US Renewables Group
Mr. King is the Managing Partner of CrossRiver Capital, a small financial advisory and investment holding company located in New York. Mr.King was a Founding Partner and Managing Director of US Renewables Group (“USRG”), the leading private equity group focused on renewable power, bio-fuels and chemicals, and related infrastructure. Prior to co-founding USRG, Mr. King was the Head of Energy and Utilities, North America at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, and spent over a decade with Chase Securities in London and New York. Mr. King lead the Chase Global Project Debt Fund, LLC, a $3 billion fund he raised and managed to facilitate long-term, primarily fixed-rate investments in the power, oil & gas, chemical and environmental sectors. For more than twenty years, Mr. King has advised on or financed structured, project, cross-border and acquisition transactions on six continents for many of the world's most prominent energy and infrastructure companies, raising more than $25 billion in the process.
Mr. King started and led USRG Renewable Finance, an affiliate of USRG focused on structured debt products. In 2011, USRG Renewable Finance structured and arranged the debt financing for the landmark $1.4 billion SolarStrong project for SolarCity - the largest programmatic residential solar financing ever completed at the time.
Mr. King is a member of the Board of the Geothermal Energy Association and takes an active role in forming State and Federal policy concerning renewable energy. Mr. King has an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley and a BA in Politics from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
About US Renewables Group US Renewables Group (USRG) is one of the largest investment firms focused exclusively on the renewable energy industry. USRG was founded in 2003 and has over $750 million of capital under management to invest in the renewable power, biofuels, and renewable infrastructure sectors. USRG has made 23 diversified investments across three investment funds. USRG has offices in Los Angeles and New York.