MCe2 History

Since our inception in 2009, Mission Critical e2 has continued to grow as a compliance products and services company by globally innovating value through technology-driven risk management.  Regulatory compliance and economic impact cost 1.8 trillion in US dollars annually.  We utilize Compliance as a Service (CaaS) and are focused on providing top-notch technical performance and product excellence to our clients.

Our company has over a decade of experience developing products and services for regulatory compliance, deploying over 1,000 monitoring systems including monitoring with remote start and diagnostics. MCe2 delivers a complete turnkey business model for energy, utilities, essential facilities, data centers, hospitals, industrial/commercial customers, and government sites.  All of this occurs behind the meter, completely under the control of MCe2 and the client needs. Regulatory compliance and economic impact cost 1.8 trillion in US dollars annually.  We utilize Compliance as a Service (CaaS) and are focused on providing top-notch technical performance and product excellence to our clients.

MCe2 has expanded products and extent of services, from simple catalyst systems and Best Available Control Technology (BACT) to complete essential primary and emergency power systems. With our Energy as a Service (EAAS), products, services and geographic footprint showcased, we are assured to have the distinct solutions for your business in an ever-changing regulatory landscape.

Data Center Duo

Together, this team of Data Center developers have over a decade of joint projects and activities to include mega-watts of generator projects, involved with hundreds of megawatts data power.

Simon Tusha

President of Mission Critical e2

Simon Tusha, the President of Mission Critical e2, is an exalted and accomplished career-focused professional that is setting a precedence within the field of data technology.  He has directed the development of over 150 data center projects, creating over five million square feet of space. Mr. Tusha’s field expertise expands to encompass planning, designing, constructing, commissioning and operations for data center environments.  His commitment for delivering results to clients is simple, the least amount of risk and greatest ROI.

Throughout an illustrious career, Mr. Tusha has amassed focused specialization in a multitude of areas that include, mergers and acquisitions, land development, security, real estate transitions and representatives, telecommunications, vendor management, disaster recovery, aperture, and data center resource management for defined distribution to clients.

Coined, “The Duke of Data Centers,” Mr. Tusha's holds the position of CTO for a data centric company he founded, True Data Centers, LLC, which continues to expand. The company offers unmatched levels of management, sales expertise and aid in designing the construction of large data center assets. His modeled philosophy has garnered the ear of numerous clients to include IBM, InfoMart and Digital Realty Trust.

Mr. Tusha has a portfolio of noteworthy accomplishments as a frontrunner within the field of Data Technology. He owned and directed Mission Critical Enterprises, Inc. which he cultivated from a one-man operation into a diverse staff of over 400 personnel and contracted employees. As a Program Manager, Mr. Tusha was a key component for CS Technology, effectively managing data center designs and build projects.  He valiantly functioned as the Director of Data Center Projects Program for British Petroleum, where he crafted an integrated approach to sync all server and infrastructure transitions with the corporation strategy.

James Richmond

Founder & President, e2 Companies

James Richmond is an experienced, multifaceted professional in multiple areas within the technical and technology industries.  As President of e2 (previously e2Comply LLC and Comply ELM Energy LLC), and mastermind behind the deployment of utility grid reliability programs and emission systems, James Richmond primarily specializes in products and services for several industries and power purchase agreements.

James Richmond is the former Founder and President of eServ, a Perot Systems Company, where he developed essential international organizational offices in India, China, Spain and Mexico. Under his visionary direction, eServ evolved into a product development company with global expansion (among the Fortune 1000 companies). For 6 consecutive years, eServ’s annual revenue increased at a rate of 50%.

Notably, eServe was awarded the Global Number One ranking by Black Book of Outsourcing in Engineering Support Services and Mechanical Engineering for 2006, 2007 and 2008.

Prior to Perot, James Richmond was one of the founders and CEO of eServ LLC. Under his direction, this organization became the largest North American product development company and largest value-added reseller of IBM, Sun Microsystems, EMC and Storage Tek in downstate Illinois. Prior to eServ, James Richmond served as the Director of Sales and Marketing for CBT Companies, Inc. in Illinois.  He was instrumental in growing and diversifying CBT Companies, Inc. into a large industry player within the Engineering and IT space.

James Richmond has been a vanguard to the outsourced product development and engineering industry for over two decades.  Immersing himself with industry analysts, he honed his expertise and defined the industry now known as Engineering Services Outsourcing.  Armed with robust technical skills, intensive sales mentality and exceptional leadership insight, James Richmond presides on the Boards of Directors for Peoria Next, Methodist Medical Center, CEO Roundtable and the Bradley Council. James Richmond currently serves as an industry consultant and strategic advisor to Dell and has taught students at Bradley University in Entrepreneurial Economics.