Bryan L. Martel, Managing Director,
founded ECG with
the goal of addressing global environmental problems
by significantly expanding private equity
investment in effective clean technologies. Bryan is appreciated as a vital
link in the industry, fostering strategic connections and relationships
between the investment communities, cleantech solution companies, scientific leaders and policymakers.
Within ECG, Bryan provided strategic leadership and grew a broad range
of business development initiatives. He led the team in working closely with
limited partner trustees and executives, fund managers and general partner groups
to provide environmental due diligence, performance monitoring, and reporting services
that account for the real environmental impacts created by investments in clean energy and technology.
Bryan served as the Special Advisor to Pacific Corporate Group and the CalPERS Clean Energy
and Technology Fund. In this role he was involved in the selection process and monitoring of
environmental performance of these private equity investments. In 2009, Bryan served as Advisor
to Executive Director Michael Ditmore of Novim. In this role Bryan supported Novim's
work in providing scientific options to the most urgent problems facing society.
Recognizing the need for material amounts of capital to impact climate change on a global scale,
Bryan worked with Uday Khemka from the Sun Group, HRH The Prince of Wales, and the University
of Cambridge's Programme
for Industry to establish in 2007 the P8 ("Pensions 8.") This program brought together
board members and CEOs - decision makers - from 8 leading pension and sovereign funds, along with
top scientists and policymakers to address critical climate change issues by putting capital to work.
Before ECG, he was the Founder and CEO of Mobius Technologies, a material
science/clean-technology company. At Mobius, Bryan led the development and commercialization
of a world scale recycling process with operations in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prior to
Mobius, Bryan worked at The Dow Chemical Company and Bechtel. He received engineering degrees
from Berkeley and is a registered Professional Mechanical Engineer in the State of California.
Bryan lives with his wife and two children in the Sierra Nevada foothills,
and enjoys skiing with them throughout the winter at Squaw Valley where he also teaches as a Ski Instructor.
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