Washington, DC— The Coalition for Green Capital (CGC) today announced the departure of Executive Director Jeffrey Schub after nine years leading the organization. Schub, a leading expert on green bank finance institutions, will depart at the end of April.
“I would like to thank Jeff for his years of dedication and work with the Coalition for Green Capital,” said CGC Chairman and CEO Reed Hundt. “Under Jeff’s tenure, we’ve built a network of green banks in red and blue states across the country, developed lasting partnerships with leaders in government, non-profit, finance and environment justice communities, and succeeded in passing legislation to create the Clean Energy and Sustainability Accelerator in the House of Representatives three times. We are grateful for Jeff’s tireless work, dedication to advancing green financing and years of leadership of the organization. We wish him the very best in his future endeavors.”
“I’m extremely proud to have led the team at CGC and worked alongside our colleagues and partners across the public and private sectors to make incredible progress over nearly a decade,” Schub said, “I am confident the team will carry on the critical work of growing the green bank network and accelerating the deployment of clean energy projects across the country. ”
CGC’s Chairman and CEO Reed Hundt will lead the organization as the board searches for a new executive director. CGC’s Hannah Beinecke will manage the organization’s administrative work and Henry Litman will lead all policy work.
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The Coalition for Green Capital (@CGreenCapital) is a non-profit with a mission to halt climate change by accelerating investment in clean energy technologies and by advocating for, creating and implementing green bank institutions. Green banks are a proven finance model that uses public and philanthropic funds to mobilize private investment in renewable energy, energy efficiency and other decarbonization technologies. For over a decade, the Coalition for Green Capital has led the Green Bank movement, working at the federal, state and local level in the U.S. and in countries around the world. For more information, visit: https://coalitionforgreencapital.com/.