Providence Asset Group rebrands as Providence Climate Capital
- Providence Asset Group reaffirms its clean energy mission with rebrand
- Providence Climate Capital, formerly Providence Asset Group, invests in innovative solutions throughout the energy cycle, including partnering with Australian universities to commercialise new climate-tech
- New name makes its purpose clearer than ever as a leading specialist-investor focused on decarbonisation
Pioneering climate technology investment firm Providence Asset Group has rebranded to Providence Climate Capital.
The new company name and updated brand better reflect the company’s investment focus in breakthrough climate technology, intelligent asset management, and circular economy solutions.
Providence Climate Capital [PCC] is focused on solutions to the challenges faced by clean energy asset owners as global energy markets continue to transition to sustainable energy. PCC addresses these and accelerates the global decarbonisation journey through providing financial capital and the intellectual capital it has built and developed over several years.
Over the last 12 months, PCC has continued to work closely with the founders and senior management teams across its diversified portfolio of utility-scale solar and energy storage assets, as well as climate tech startups LAVO, Evergen, Studio Air, and REMI.
The firm also continued to strengthen its Executive Team and Board, and welcomed partners Infrastructure Capital Group, Smartest Energy and CBA.
Commenting on the rebranding and renaming to Providence Climate Capital, Alan Yu, co-founder and CIO of PCC, said:
This new name marks the next chapter of our vision to be a leading specialist investor and recognised green energy expert working closely with renewables companies and start-ups. Our aim is to accelerate the global adoption of these innovative companies and technologies and to accelerate global decarbonisation, whilst further enhancing investor returns.
Alan Yu Co-founder and CIO of PCC