Principal, Leaf Clean Energy Fund
Matt Fedors is a Principal at Leaf Clean Energy Fund, a resource innovation and energy technology fund that provides venture and growth capital to support well-managed, rapidly-growing companies. Matt joined Leaf in 2010 and focuses on investments in selected subsectors including renewable power generation, natural gas, resources and chemicals, and water. Prior to Leaf, Matt worked with venture capital firms in the US and Europe in the clean energy and technology sectors. Earlier in his career, he was an investment banker with JPMorgan’s Energy group and Leveraged Finance group. In these roles, he advised on transactions totaling $75+ billion across mergers & acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, and capital markets issuances.
Matt serves as an advisor to the US Department of Commerce on their Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Committee, serves on the Leadership Council at the American Council on Renewable Energy (“ACORE”), and is a founding member of the NextGen Angels investing group in Washington, DC. He was also a co-author of the Carbon Principles, a voluntary agreement among investment banks, electric utilities, and environmental advocacy groups. He holds a MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia, a Masters in Environmental Policy from Cambridge University, and a BSE in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.