Our Network

The American Green Bank Consortium is a network of partners composed of green banks, community development financial institutions, capital providers, developers, community benefit organizations, and other clean energy supporters working to expand and accelerate innovative clean energy investments across the United States. 

CGC created the American Green Bank Consortium (AGBC) to expand and accelerate innovative clean energy investments across the United States. The consortium partners are green banks, clean energy financing organizations, and community development financial institutions (CDFIs), sharing a similar mission and operating for the public benefit. Since its conception, the AGBC has collectively deployed $21.8 billion in clean energy investments.

The AGBC has demonstrated that there is a need for capital, technical expertise, and support at the local level to finance and deploy clean energy investments and now with the capitalization of the first US National Green Bank, CGC’s network of partners will be able to scale their impact nationwide and be a key player in a just and equitable transition from carbon to clean.

Consortium partners include:

  • Arlington County
  • Atlanta Development Authority d/b/a Invest Atlanta
  • California Infrastructure Bank
  • California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA)
  • City First Enterprises
  • Clean Energy Fund of Texas
  • Climate Access Fund
  • Colorado Clean Energy Fund
  • Columbus Region Green Fund
  • Community Development Venture Capital Alliance (CDVCA)
  • Connecticut Green Bank
  • DC Green Bank
  • Efficiency Maine Trust
  • Elemental Excelerator
  • Energize Delaware
  • Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority (EIERA)
  • Finance New Orleans
  • GO Green Energy Fund (Growth Opps)
  • Groundswell Capital
  • Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority
  • Illinois Finance Authority/Climate Bank
  • Iowa Energy Fund
  • Inclusive Prosperity Capital
  • Indiana Energy Independence Fund
  • Louisiana Clean Energy Fund
  • Maryland Clean Energy Center
  • Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
  • Massachusetts Housing Finance Authority & Massachusetts Community Climate Bank
  • Michigan Saves
  • Missouri Green Banc
  • Montgomery County Green Bank
  • Nevada Clean Energy Fund
  • New Jersey Economic Development Authority
  • New Mexico Climate Investment Center
  • New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation (NYCEEC)
  • North Carolina Clean Energy Fund
  • NY Green Bank
  • Ohio Air Quality Development Authority
  • Pathway Lending
  • Philadelphia Green Capital Corp.
  • Puerto Rico Clean Energy Trust
  • Puerto Rico Clean Energy Trust
  • Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank
  • SAVES Green Community Fund, Inc.
  • Solar and Energy Loan Fund of Florida
  • South Carolina Clean Energy and Resilience Accelerator
  • Spruce Root
  • SustainEnergyFinance
  • Tribal Infrastructure Alliance
  • Vermont Bond Bank
  • Vermont Economic Development Authority
  • Vermont Housing Finance Agency
  • Vermont State Employees Credit Union (VSECU)

National Green Lending Network

Meet the CGC Network

CGC’s winning National Clean Investment Fund application built a coalition of 18 subrecipients, that includes 16 well-established state and local green banks and two national nonprofit organizations. CGC will make financing and other support available to a network of 191 participating partners composed of state and local green banks, CDFIs, credit unions, state agencies, other non-profit lenders, labor groups, commercial & financial entities, and community benefit organizations, that will collaborate and coordinate to develop a national pipeline that can equitably drive the adoption of clean energy across all 10 EPA regions.