Midwest Energy Emissions adds Chris Lee to board

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Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. (ME2C) in Ohio recently added Chris Lee to its board of directors.

Lee will serve as an independent director. He has been the chief financial officer of the Butler Machinery Company, a construction equipment and agriculture equipment dealer, since July 2014.

"Chris Lee's high-level knowledge and understanding of financial accounting is unparalleled, and is adjoined by his integrity,” Chris Greenberg, chairman of the board of directors, said. “Chris is an important addition to ME2C's board of directors as we continue to add expertise across key financial verticals. His independence will facilitate the company's goal to eventually list on a major stock exchange. I am excited to welcome Chris to our great team."

Previously, Lee worked as a partner with Eide Bailly LP, a public accounting firm. 

Lee earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from North Dakota State University.

"Today, Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. is executing on a critical path toward building a large and thriving energy-technology company in the mercury emissions control industry,” R. Alan Kelley, CEO of Midwest Energy Emissions, said. “We are spending every day in the field selling our patented mercury emissions solutions, executing on our existing contracts and preparing for what should be a very significant ramp in revenues over coming years. Our board has been bolstered with great talent and leadership, which we believe will enable us to deliver well-deserved returns to our shareholders."

Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. (ME2C) in Ohio recently added Chris Lee to its board of directors.

Lee will serve as an independent director. He has been the chief financial officer of the Butler Machinery Company, a construction equipment and agriculture equipment dealer, since July 2014.

"Chris Lee's high-level knowledge and understanding of financial accounting is unparalleled, and is adjoined by his integrity,” Chris Greenberg, chairman of the board of directors, said. “Chris is an important addition to ME2C's board of directors as we continue to add expertise across key financial verticals. His independence will facilitate the company's goal to eventually list on a major stock exchange. I am excited to welcome Chris to our great team."

Previously, Lee worked as a partner with Eide Bailly LP, a public accounting firm. 

Lee earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from North Dakota State University.

"Today, Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. is executing on a critical path toward building a large and thriving energy-technology company in the mercury emissions control industry,” R. Alan Kelley, CEO of Midwest Energy Emissions, said. “We are spending every day in the field selling our patented mercury emissions solutions, executing on our existing contracts and preparing for what should be a very significant ramp in revenues over coming years. Our board has been bolstered with great talent and leadership, which we believe will enable us to deliver well-deserved returns to our shareholders."