Michael Weaver

Michael WeaverMichael Weaver is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CTG Power Systems International, Inc. (CTG-PSI) and its affiliate companies: CTG Energy Services, Inc., CTG Engineering International, LLC,  RTC Power Systems International; The Renewable Technologies Corporation (RTC) and CTG Capital Partners, LLC located in Tampa, Florida. CTG-PSI is an integrated energy solutions provider that delivers cost-effective, reliable engineering, procurement and project management services to the electrical power generation sector.
As CEO and founder, Mr. Weaver and his executive team oversee and coordinate each company's various business enterprises and provide customer-centric business leadership from strategic planning and revenue management to sales representation, marketing, project development, finance, and management to clients in the power generation community.

Mr. Weaver contributes more than twenty years of senior-level management experience investing and building entrepreneurial ventures into profitable businesses, handling aggressive corporate and client leadership roles, and solidifying profitable relationships with clients and vendors in the global energy arena. CTG-PSI works with major power generation equipment manufacturer's  such as Pratt & Whitney Power Systems, Siemens and Rolls Royce Energy Systems to acquire and deliver the best possible power generation solutions to our clients. CTG-PSI is also trusted and globally respected for its expertise in appraisal and valuation services, power engineering, construction, project and construction management (EPC), logistics, procurement, capital asset and project finance, start-up, operations and maintenance services (O & M).

CTG-PSI is a privately held international energy services company celebrating its 20th anniversary of success. The Company delivers a diversity of creative energy equipment and project management solutions focused on new, decommissioned and refurbished heavy electrical power generation equipment and the associated EPC and O & M services to support the installation and operations of equipment for power projects around the globe.

Mr. Weaver has started and led numerous businesses to sound financial success in  by striving  to provide consistent, ethical and stable leadership, lending his vision and management skills to growing operations on an international scale, with innovative service offerings, a comprehensive management style and clear market direction driven to exceed the client’s expectations. He previously founded and was Managing Director of Facility Management Associates (NY and GA) and OfficeTek Systems LLC (NY).  He provides the company’s leadership and a consistent and clear vision promoting continuous client satisfaction, coupled with unparalleled pre-and post-sales support encompassing feasibility and design engineering, procurement and construction services support leading to more productive, cost-effective and successful projects for our clients.

Mr. Weaver brings a natural ability to build and energize sales channels while creating new revenue streams and building new relationships with its past and current client base, always looking toward expanding energy business lines including venturing into renewable energy growth opportunities with a particular focus on biomass power generation opportunities.

Mr. Weaver is a native of upstate New York and graduated with honors from Rochester Institute of Technology. He spent nearly eight years as an administrator and trainer with the American Arbitration Association and Center for Dispute Settlement and is certified as an arbitrator by the American Arbitration Association. He has been honored to be a guest lecturer on ADR including conciliation, negotiation, mediation, and arbitration at the Maxwell School of Citizenship at Syracuse University and the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada. He also has served on numerous non-profit boards and remains active in the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).

Mr.Weaver was recently re-appointed for a two-year term by US Commerce Secretary Rebecca M. Blank to the Secretary’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee.