Foundations, endowment managers, family offices, and high net individuals are currently well-positioned to play catalytic roles in the evolving cleantech ecosystem. To take advantage of this existing opportunity, wealth owners and managers committed to solving climate and energy challenges must utilize the full range of tools at their disposal to support the companies, new models, and investors that are driving the next shift in the investment cycle for cleantech.
Join us as we launch our latest paper, Developing Your Cleantech 2.0 Investment Strategy: A Primer for Wealth Owners, Foundations, Endowment Managers, and Family Offices and explore the cleantech investment landscape for philanthropic and family office investors. This session will equip you with the right information to engage your team and advisors to pursue promising opportunities in cleantech. Rob Day of Spring Lane Capital and author will share some highlights from the piece, with Ken Alston of CALCEF and Ben Gaddy of Clean Energy Trust offering examples of innovative ways to invest in, and scale cleantech. Shawn Lesser of Big Path Capital and sponsor of the paper will moderate the discussion.
Shawn Lesser, Co-Founder and Partner, Big Path Capital (Moderator)
Robert Day, General Partner, Spring Lane Capital
Kenneth Alston, Investment Manager, California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF)
Dr. Ben Gaddy, Director, Technology Development, Clean Energy Trust