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Climate Change Capital Private Equity appoints cleantech panel

Climate Change Capital Private Equity, a EUR200m fund which invests in later stage European cleantech companies, has appointed a panel of energy and cleantech professionals to advise its investment team.

The advisory panel includes: Peter Jones, former Biffa director; Lord Oxburgh, former non-executive chairman of Royal Dutch Shell; Dr Gayle Jackson, president and chief executive officer of Energy Global; Thomas Seibold, partner and member of the board of the Base Group; and Dr Anthony White, adviser to Climate Change Capital and founding member of the UK Government’s Energy Advisory Panel.

The panel will act as a sounding board for CPE’s investment team in respect of industry and sector trends and provide input on specific opportunities both pre and post investment.

Simon Drury (pictured), a partner of CPE, says: “We are delighted to have formed such a prestigious group of leading industry experts representing a cross section of the fund’s investment sectors. Their experience and insight of these markets will be invaluable to new investments, but also support the development of existing portfolio companies.”

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