December 4th, 2009

The Biggest, Badest, Greenest Private Equity, Green Venture Capital List in the World

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Since I starting the blog a month ago, I’ve received a couple requests for information on green private equity companies, green VC, and green angel investors from friends, and colleagues that I went to Babson with.

This list will be valuable for entrepreneurs looking for funding, or those who are interested in ‘green’ investing, financing or consulting.

First, you should know that the word green private equity may or may not hold any water. It will depend on the firm and how they define the word ‘green’. I have done very little vetting of the list.

The list is not separated between private equity and venture capital. You’ll have to do this research on your own. If you find mistake, broken link, a company that a missed, or a company that clearly should be on this list let me know.

Enjoy! The list currently stands at 250 companies.

@ Ventures
3i Corporation
406 Ventures
Aberdare Ventures
ABS Capital Partners
Acacia Venture Partners
Adamas Partners, LLC
Adams Street Partners
Advanced Technology Ventures
Advantage Capital Partners
Advent International
Aetos Capital LLC
AIG Global Investment Group
Alexander Hutton Venture Partners
Alliance Technology Ventures
Allsettled Group, Inc
Alta Communications
Altus Capital Partners
Alyra Renewable Energy Finance, LLC
American Capital
American Prairie Foundation
Ampersand Ventures
Anthem Venture Partners
Apax Partners, Inc.
Appian Ventures
Arch Venture Partners
Arclight Capital Partners
Argosy Partners
Ark Capital Management
Arsenal Capital Partners
Ascent Venture Partners
Atlas Venture
Aurora Funds, Inc.
Austin Ventures
Bain Capital, Inc
Baird Venture Partners
BancBoston Capital
Bank of America
Battery Ventures
Bay Partners
Berkshire Partners LLC
BEV Capital
Bexar Capital, LLC
Bison Capital Asset Management, LLC
Blue Hill Partners, LLC
BNP Paribas
Borealis Ventures
Boston Millennia Partners
Boulder Ventures Limited
Braemar Energy Ventures
Brentwood Associates
Brook Venture Funds
Cambridge Associates
Canaan Partners
Capital Resource Partners
CapitalDynamics
CapStreet Group
Cargill Financial Services
Cariad Capital, Inc.
Carlyle Group
Centennial Ventures
Chatterjee Group
Chicago Growth Partners LLC
Chisholm Private Capital Partners
Citibank, N.A.
Claflin Capital Management, Inc.
Clarus Corporation
Climate Change Capital
Climate Change Capital
Commonwealth Capital Ventures
Concord Partners, Ltd.
Conning Capital Partners
Convergent Ventures Inc
Cowen and Company
CVC Capital Partners Ltd.
DAC Management, LLC
Diamond Group
Doll Capital Management
Draper Fisher Jurveston
Dubilier & Company
Echelon Ventures
Elevation Partners
Emigrant Capital
EnertTech Capital
Environmental Capital Partners
ETF Group, Inc
Evercore Partners
Financial Technology Ventures
First Reserve Corporation
FLAG Capital Management
Flurrymail
Fort Mason Capital
Frazier & Company
Frontenac Company
Fulcrum Management, Inc.
Full Circle Fund
GE Equity
Gemini Investors, LLC
General Atlantic Partners
Global Environment Fund
Graham Partners
GrandBanks Capital
Granite Ventures, LLC
Greenmont Capital Partners
Greylock Management Corp.
Grove Street Advisors
GTCR Golder Rauner
H.I.G. Capital
Hamilton Robinson, LLC
Hanover Partners
HarbourVest Partners, LLC
HealthPoint, LLC
Heritage Partners
Housatonic Partners
Illuminated Funds Group
Index Ventures
Infinity Capital
Innosight
Innovation Valley Partners
Integral Capital Partners
Intel Capital
Inverness Capital Partners
Investcorp
Investor’s Circle
Ironwood Capital Partners
J.P. Morgan Investment Management, Inc.
J.W. Childs Associates, L.P.
JT Venture Partners, LLC
Kenmont Capital Partners L.P.
Kestrel Ventures LLC
Keystone Capital, Inc.
Khosla Ventures
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Kodiak Venture Partners
Kohlberg & Company
Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Company
Kranenburg Capital Management LLC
Landmark Partners
Latona Associates
Lazard Technology Partners
Lexington Partners
Lindsay, Goldberg & Bessemer
Lineage Capital
M/C Venture Partners
Madison Dearborn Partners
Madrona Venture Group
MainSpring Capital Partners, LLC
Manchester Humphreys Inc
Mayfield Fund
MCG Capital Corp
MDS Capital
Meritage Private Equity Fund, LP
Meriturn Partners
Milestone Capital Management
Mohr, Davidow Ventures
Montgomery & Co
Morgan Stanley
Morgenthaler Ventures
Murphy & Partners LP
NeoCarta Ventures, Inc.
New Enterprise Associates
New Venture Partners
Newbury Ventures
Newtek Ventures
NGEN Partners
North Atlantic Capital Corporation
North Haven Partners
North Hill Ventures
Norwest Venture Partners
Nth Power
Oak Hill Venture Partners
Oak Investment Partners
Olympus Partners
OneLiberty Ventures
Pacific Venture Capital
Palladium Equity Partners
Palomar Ventures
Parish Capital Advisors, LLC
Partech International
Peninsula Equity Partners
Permal Capital Management
Polaris Venture Partners
Polaris Venture Partners
Pouschine Cook Capital Management, LLC
Prism Venture Partners
Quad Ventures
Raymond James Financial
Redpoint Ventures
Republic Financial Corporation
Richina Capital Partners Ltd.
Riverstone Holdings, LLC
RockPort Capital Partners
Sandler Capital Management
Saratoga Partners
Saugatuck Capital Company
Schroder Ventures K.K.
Seacoast Capital Corporation
Seaport Capital
Sequel Venture Partners
Sequoia Capital
Shawmut Capital Partners
Sherbrooke Capital
SJF Ventures
Soros Fund Management
Spoke Software
St. Paul Venture Capital
Stanton Capital
Starwood Capital Group
Sterling Ventures Ltd
Sternhill Partners
Stolberg Equity Partners
Stonebridge Associates
Summer Street Capital Partners
Summit Partners
Sun Capital Partners, Inc.
Sutter Hill Ventures
SVB Financial Group
TA Associates, Inc.
Taconic Capital Advisors, LLC
Tavistock Group
Technology Crossover Ventures
Technology Partners
Telos Venture Partners
Texas Pacific Group
TH Lee Putnam Ventures
The Blackstone Group
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
The Wicks Group
Thomas Weisel Partners
Ticonderoga Capital
Tobat Capital, LLC
Trident Capital
Triton Capital
Triumph Capital Group, Inc.
True Ventures
Tuckerman Capital
Tudor Investment Corporation
U.S. Venture Partners
Urgent VC
Velocity Equity Partners
Venrock Associates
Versant Ventures
Vestar Capital Partners
Von Braun & Schreiber Private Equity Partners GmbH
Walden Capital Management (Walden VC)
Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe
WestView Capital Partners
William Blair Capital Partners
Willis Stein & Partners LLC
Willowridge Inc.

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Chris Williams is the editor of Green Light Distrikt and Chief Marketing Officer at HeatSpring . He has experience in business development, prototyping and new venture research with a focus on geothermal heat pumps, solar thermal and solar photovoltaic technologies. Chris is an IGSHPA accredited geothermal installer and NABCEP certified solar installer. Chris is focused on solving customer facing issues in the creation and adoption of clean energy technologies and products. Chris has installed over 300kW of solar and tens of geothermal systems. He's invented the PV Pal , developed many trainings at HeatSpring, publishes the NABCEP Study Guide , the Hitchhikers Guide to Cleantech and has done due diligence research for Urgent VC . Feel free to connect with him @topherwiliams , on Linkedin , or through email about new ventures, collaborating, writing, research or whatever is on your mind.

  • http://www.thesnowboardscene.com Jesse Tolz

    Have you seen The Day The Earth Stood Still? Yes it stars Keanu Reeves, barf, but the plot is that aliens come to rid the planet of humans, since the earth is precious and the only downfall of its life is the human race. Erasing us equals a new start for planet earth. There’s a scene with John Cleese where he presents Keanu Reeves with the reality that change happens on the precipice of destruction. Forced and instigated evolution through chaos and demise. Do we need utter despair for true societal change. If so, how do you define rock bottom? I know what Ken Seeley (Intervention) would say… We’re just a bunch of addicts anyway.

  • http://www.thegreenlightdistrikt.com Christopher Williams

    Hmmm interesting point. I fundamentally disagree with the point that human are somehow ‘un-natural’ and that us changing (or some would say destroying the planet) is not correct. Being ‘correct’ is a moral issue and does not deal with nature.

    There are many species that make their own environmental inhospitable for themselves. For example, certain species of lichen or shrubs that grow after a forest fire. These species make their environments places that are fertile for other species but not themselves. They kill themselves.

    It seems that fundamental difference between us and them is not whether we’re natural or not, but that we have feelings.

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