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Who we are

True Green Capital Management LLC (“TGC”) is a specialized renewable energy infrastructure private equity firm based in Westport, Connecticut focused on the U.S. and Europe.  TGC is headquartered in Westport, CT in the USA, and maintains an office in London in the United Kingdom as well.

The firm was founded in July 2011 and is led by a team of professionals with a proven track record and a demonstrated capacity to originate, finance, construct, and operate distributed renewable power generation projects.

TGC believes the continued increase of power prices, decreasing entry costs of distributed power generation technology and favorable regulatory environments in both the U.S. and Europe will continue to lead to compelling investment opportunities which provide a stable cash flow stream with low correlation to the broader markets.

TGC is currently focused on the approximately $1+ trillion distributed power generation market in the U.S. and the approximately $1+ trillion distributed market in Europe with an emphasis on the sub-utility scale solar power segment. Thanks to rapid advancements in technology, the cost of distributed power generation, including solar, is now on par with traditional electricity generation sources. In many U.S. states and key European jurisdictions, it represents one of the few sources of new power generation infrastructure that can be added to the power network quickly, reliably, and cost efficiently.

To date, TGC has invested into a distributed solar power generation portfolio across 14 U.S. states and France delivering clean, renewable energy. U.S. states include Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, South Carolina, Tennessee, Idaho, California, Maryland, Colorado, and Illinois.

2011

When our company was founded

14+

U.S States where TGC has investments in

539+

MW of operating and under construction solar power plants

1200+

MW investment pipeline

Our investment thesis: From crisis to opportunity.

Will shortages of energy, materials, food, and water put the brakes on global growth?

The economics of solar.

“While we think of innovation and breakthroughs, these eureka moments no one has ever thought of before, what’s really important is another kind of innovation”