Ms. Campfens has over 20 years of management experience. She previously served as Executive Vice President (EVP) of Sea Breeze Power Corp. As EVP, She managed Sea Breeze Power's wind, transmission, and business development initiatives based on principles of accountability and sustainability.

Many of these initiatives were the first of their kind in British Columbia, including the pioneering Cape Scott Wind farm that was the first wind farm project in British Columbia to receive federal and provincial Environmental Assessment approvals. In addition, Ms. Campfens managed the international regulatory processes for the first international merchant transmission line to be granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the Canadian National Energy Board.

Ms. Campfens’ experience and strong leadership skills have positioned her as a prominent figure in the industry, resulting in her election/appointment to pivotal roles, including Director at Clean Energy BC, Director at CanWEA,and a founding Director of the BC Women in Energy Network.

Ms. Campfens received a BFA degree from NSCAD University in 1991 and an Executive MBA from Simon Fraser University in 2006.

Mr. Campfens has served as Chief Financial Officer since February 1, 2005. He has extensive experience working with clients in all areas of the energy sector. Mr. Campfens was formerly a member of the PriceWaterhouseCoopers team advising the Ontario Government on its electricity sector restructuring initiatives. He has also worked previously for the Federal Competition Bureau (conflict resolution and market study in the Canadian petroleum industry), as a Research Associate in the Energy and Environment Group at the Conference Board of Canada, and in the Energy Research Group at Simon Fraser University. Mr. Campfens holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, along with an MBA in Finance from the University of Ottawa, a Masters of Resource and Environmental Management from Simon Fraser University, and a Masters degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toronto.
Ms. Bird plays an integral role in establishing and implementing company objectives and strategy at Sea Breeze Power Corp. and overseeing the successful progression of the company's projects. She holds several years of experience in the renewable energy industry managing clean energy projects, driving development activities, as well as liaising with stakeholders, agencies, consultants, government and First Nations.

Ms. Bird has previously served as Manager of Business Development at Sea Breeze Power, as well as Managing Director for reconcept Renewable Energy Ltd. She has acted as Executive Director of BC Women in Energy Network, has sat on industry committees representing the renewable energy industry, and continues to be an active participant in several industry associations.

Ms. Bird received a BSc. from Mount Allison University and an MSc. in Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia.

James Griffiths manages Sea Breeze's Wind Development department to ensure that projects are developed in a strategic and focused manner. This involves coordinating a team of staff and consultants in the planning and execution of desktop and field studies at candidate wind farm sites to investigate key engineering, environmental, social, or other issues. Sea Breeze's development team also encourages involvement in the development process by First Nations, local communities, and potential project partners and equipment suppliers.

Mr. Griffiths managed the 99 MW Cape Scott Wind Farm project (formerly called Knob Hill) to the point of achieving its contract with BC Hydro, EA Certificate, and equity financing; that project is now owned by GDF-Suez with commercial operations expected to begin in 2013. Mr. Griffiths also managed regulatory proceedings for the Vancouver Island Cable project in 2005/06.

Mr. Griffiths completed his Master of Science degree in Environment & Management at Royal Roads University in 2006. His thesis project involved an exploration of the effectiveness of an ecosystem-based management framework in planning a large wind farm project and simultaneously protecting ecosystem structure and function. Mr. Griffiths teaches a course in wind power development at British Columbia Institute of Technology and is also involved in various volunteer initiatives around Vancouver.

Mr. James returned to the Company in 2016 after completing an M.B.A. at the University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business. His familiarity with the Company and the renewable energy industry, coupled with a honed business acumen, positions him as a valuable asset to the company across a broad range of areas. This versatility bolstered by his ability to form strategy and effectively manage complex issues. He currently coordinates one of the Company's electrical transmission projects--the Juan de Fuca Cable--under development through a joint venture with Boundless Energy. In addition, he plays a key role in producing the project and corporate communications, as well as participating in corporate strategy and implementation.
Mo Vahedifar joined Sea Breeze in 2012 after completing the Environmental Engineering Technology program at BCIT (British Columbia Institute of Technology). Mr. Vahedifar has also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Ecology and Environmental Biology from the University of British Columbia in 2009.

Mo currently manages renewable energy projects for Sea Breeze Power Corp. He works with the Manager of Wind Development to inform strategic decisions regarding wind projects. He also manages the Environmental Assessment and permitting processes for projects, including coordination of internal staff and external consultants; and oversees the production of related documents. He supports the review of technical and environmental information for projects, including due diligence on prospective projects.

He also leads all GIS work and specializes in detailed desktop suitability analysis of potential renewable energy projects. In addition, Mo seeks out and analyzes new potential wind sites and optimizes wind farm layouts.

Finally, Mo manages and participates in the installation of meteorological towers.