Coalition for Green Capital’s mission is to accelerate the transition to the clean energy economy by establishing Green Banks at the local, state, federal, and international levels to spur greater private investment in renewables, energy efficiency and clean transportation.
The Coalition for Green Capital’s (CGC) mission is to drive greater clean energy investment into existing and new markets, in the United States and in developing countries with the goal of creating a 100% clean energy platform.
There is an opportunity and need to dramatically increase investment by connecting abundant capital with untapped and underserved markets and technologies.
To realize this opportunity, CGC incubates local clean energy finance organizations – often called Green Banks – and structures public, private and mission-driven capital for investment through those organizations. A large network of local clean energy finance organizations can access hard-to-reach projects, expand clean energy equity, and provide a scalable model for a thriving network for clean energy investment.
CGC, a 501c3 non-profit, is the leading expert and implementer of Green Banks, with a decade of work around the world that has led to over $2 billion of clean energy investment.
Mr. Hundt founded the Coalition for Green Capital in 2012 and currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Hundt imagined the Green Bank concept in 2009, and has been a driving force behind the Green Bank movement over the past several years.
Jeffrey Schub is the Executive Director of the Coalition for Green Capital (CGC), a nonprofit that incubates and supports local clean energy finance institutions – Green Banks – to drive greater clean energy investment into existing and new markets, in the United States and in developing countries.
Andrea serves as the Director for Global Green Bank Development at the Coalition for Green Capital (CGC) where she leads efforts to bring the Green Bank model to developing countries in support of scaling up climate finance to achieve national climate goals.
Jill works with state and local governments to develop new models for accelerating clean technology adoption. Jill is a founding board member of the Climate Access Fund, a new initiative incubated at CGC to expand community solar access in low- and moderate-income communities in Baltimore and across Maryland.
Alex Kragie is the Director of the American Green Bank Consortium, a membership organization that gives voice to and creates value for Green Banks in the US.
Rob oversees development of Green Banks, Climate Finance Facilities and similar investment vehicles in emerging markets in Latin America, SE Asia and Africa. In this role Rob manages business plan design for these institutions, and capital raising from sources including the Green Climate Fund and Development Finance Institutions.
Alejandra Nunez is CGC’s first General Counsel. Ale comes to CGC from Sierra Club, where, as a Senior Attorney, she led litigation and regulatory work on a range of climate change policies. This includes the Clean Power Plan and the New Source Performance Standards, the CAFE and GHG vehicle standards
Sidonie manages CGC’s Rwanda Green Bank program from Kigali. As Project Lead in Rwanda, she has primary responsibility for designing, structuring and raising capital for the Rwanda Catalytic Green Investment Fund. Sidonie previously spent 9 years in the finance industry both in Europe and Central and West Africa.
Paul Scharfenberger is the Executive Director of the Colorado Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) – CO’s recently incorporated nonprofit “Green Bank”. Paul is responsible for identifying unserved and underserved clean energy opportunities in Colorado and working with a variety of stakeholders to structure creative and attractive finance solutions to bring those opportunities