Previously Senior Managing Director at Macquarie and CEO of Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation Renewable Energy Holdings, Bill brings thirty years of experience to his roles in sustainable energy, infrastructure investment and corporate development. Bill’s success in the banking, private equity and venture capital sectors is grounded in his experiential understanding of the key levers of business success.
Most recently served as a Managing Director at Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets where he served as Chairman of the Board of Hawaii Gas, the only regulated gas utility in the state. During his tenure at MIRA, Mr. Wolf also served as the Asset Director for MIC Renewable Energy Holdings, a new investment vertical founded by Bill Green, that grew to a portfolio of 345 megawatts of wind and solar projects. Prior to joining MIRA, Mr. Wolf held senior investment positions at several middle market private equity funds.
Most recently served as Chief Commercial Officer of Smart Wires, an electric transmission technology firm enabling high grid penetration of intermittent generation. Mark grew revenues from zero to $100M changing how to sell innovation to utilities. Previously, Mark was responsible for renewable infrastructure investments at Chevron Renewable Power, partnering with MIC Renewable Energy Holdings investing in wind, solar, and geothermal generation. Earlier in his career, Mark was a wind developer and a strategy consultant.
Previously a Partner at Fitzgerald Analytics, a boutique consulting firm where she helped a diverse roster of clients achieve their goals by creating the essential building blocks for action. Cynthia also served as Chief Program Officer at Catholic Charities of the East Bay. Realizing that large-scale environmental solutions would revolve around finance she became a serious options trader, recognized as one the few industry female “rising stars”.
Dominique has more than 20 years of water industry experience in management, strategy and business development, operational improvement of large private utilities and the negotiation of large, international environmental contracts. He previously served as CEO of SUEZ’ Advanced Solutions segment (formerly Utility Service Group) and SUEZ North America Environmental Services and Advanced Solutions.
CAI’s VP, Water Origination, Brynne brings a decade of experience in the water and wastewater industry. Prior to CAI, she planned and developed water reuse projects at Carollo Engineers, the largest water-only consulting firm in the US, and specialized in non-potable water recycling, groundwater augmentation, and direct potable reuse for clients across California.
Former Assistant Secretary of Energy and Director of Climate Change and Energy Initiatives at Google, Reicher has served three U.S. presidents, testified before the U.S. Congress more than 50 times, helped launch Google’s pathbreaking energy work, set new energy efficiency standards and accelerated wind deployment as Assistant Secretary of Energy, and co-founded one of the nation’s earliest clean energy project investment firms.
CAI's VP, Finance & Operations, she most recently served as a Senior Vice President at HPS Investment Partners. Prior to HPS, Diane worked at Harmonic Fund Services, a private equity and hedge fund administrator. Earlier in her career Diane worked as the Director of Finance at MCAP, a mortgage financing company and as a senior associate at KPMG LLP.
Kevin is the Managing Partner of Sustainable Insight Capital Management (SICM), a New York-based, global investment management firm that combines a unique alpha-generating process with ESG principles. He has over 38 years of Wall Street experience in trading, technology, risk and asset management and over 25 years of entrepreneurial ventures in impact investment, organic farming and e-commerce. Kevin is a globally recognized leader in the field of sustainable investing and is a passionate advocate for action in the fight against climate change, having identified climate change as a megatrend in 2004.
Thomas Lurquin is a managing director at Huck Capital. Thomas brings over two decades of experience both as an investor across the private asset classes, and in the energy sector specifically and as a management and strategy consultant advising Fortune 100 companies in North America and Europe.
Alex is a Greek environmentalist and shipping entrepreneur. He is founder of Forwards Ships, an environmental initiative to convert the maritime industry from bunker fuel to liquefied natural gas, with aim to cut ship emissions of atmospheric nitrogen oxide by 80%, and particulate matter by 99% both major contributors of air pollution mortalities. In 2019, Forward Ships was granted patent for its LNG ship fuel technology by South Korea. In 2018, Alex received the “Most Sustainable Project” award for Forward Ships in Copenhagen at Maritime2020, and the GREEN4SEA Shipping Award in Athens.