Senior Partner, Energy Capital Partners
Doug Kimmelman established Energy Capital Partners in April 2005 and serves as its Senior Partner. ECP has over $20 billion of equity and credit capital under management and is the largest independent owner in the U.S. of electricity generation, renewable power and energy storage assets, having owned over 300 individual power generation assets over the past 15 years. ECP focuses on control investments across power generation, renewables, energy storage, environmental infrastructure and midstream assets. Prior to founding Energy Capital Partners, Mr. Kimmelman spent 22 years with Goldman Sachs, starting in 1983 in the firm’s Pipeline and Utilities Department within the Investment Banking Division. He was named a General Partner of the firm in 1996 and remained exclusively focused on the energy and utility sectors in the Investment Banking Division until 2002 when he transferred to the firm’s J. Aron commodity group to help form a new business for the firm in becoming an intermediary in electricity trading markets. Mr. Kimmelman also played a leadership role at Goldman Sachs in building a principal investing business in power generation and related energy assets. Mr. Kimmelman received a B.A. in Economics from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Philanthropically, Mr. Kimmelman is developing, alongside his four children, the largest non-profit community academic and athletic center in the country in Los Angeles in honor of his late wife and is partnering on the project with Tiger Woods charitable foundation and the United States Tennis Association. He also chairs the board of Blair Academy, a boarding school in New Jersey.