New Energy Capital Partners hires Patrick Fox

New Energy Capital Partners has hired Patrick Fox as partner in the New Hanover, New Hampshire office. Most recently, Fox worked as director with Hannon Armstrong Capital, a subsidiary of Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital. Fox led and participated in the successful closing of more than $250 million of solar, wind and energy efficiency fundings.

Press Release

Clean energy project investor New Energy Capital Partners announced today that it has hired Patrick Fox as a Partner in its Hanover, New Hampshire office. Mr. Fox brings a decade of experience in energy and finance to the firm, most recently as a Director with Hannon Armstrong Capital, a subsidiary of Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital. While at Hannon Armstrong, Mr. Fox led and participated in the successful closing of over $250MM of solar, wind and energy efficiency financings.

Scott Brown, CEO of NECP, said, “Pat’s deep knowledge of the clean energy investment sector and relationships in the industry will help us continue our growth as we source, structure, and finance clean energy investments.” Pat Fox commented, “Interest in clean energy investments continues to grow as institutional investors seek new ideas to diversify their portfolios and gain exposure to the growth of the clean energy industry. I’m excited to join the NECP team which has a proven track record in the sector.”

Prior to his tenure at Hannon Armstrong Capital, Mr. Fox worked in the energy procurement group at Pacific Gas and Electric Company and in the debt capital markets group at Merrill Lynch. He holds a BS from the US Air Force Academy and a MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

About New Energy Capital Partners

New Energy Capital Partners is a private equity firm that invests in projects and companies in the renewable power, alternative fuels, energy efficiency and renewable resource markets, focusing on the deployment of proven technologies in highly structured transactions. NECP manages the New Energy Cleantech Infrastructure Fund and has offices in Hanover, NH and Boston, MA.