EcoElectron Ventures
Providing Cash and Management Expertise to Very Early Stage Clean Energy Ventures in San Diego, CA

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The EcoElectron Ventures team consists of seasoned energy investors and entrepreneurs who have successfully started and exited from early stage enterprises. Key principals have extensive relationships with a variety of investor groups focused on emerging energy technologies, providing the capability to secure the follow-on funding required to bring a concept to market.

There are no fees for EcoElectron’s services. On the contrary, you will receive cash investment and active partners in your business.

In return for our direct involvement, we expect to receive founder investment returns and to have more control over investment dollars compared to passive investors.

Josh Lampl, Investment Manager

Josh LamplJosh Lampl has provided strategic, financial and marketing consulting to early stage companies for the past ten years.  He is on the board of CleanTech San Diego, managing partner of a diversified investment partnership, and director of an independent foundation.  He has served on the investments selection committee for the Investors’ Circle, a national organization that invests in sustainable businesses using the investor angel model.  He is a founding investor of the Cleantech Venture Network, a sponsor of venture capital forums and accelerator for clean energy and clean technology companies.
From 1985 to 1990 he was a relationship manager for Chase Manhattan Bank’s broke/dealer division. Prior government experience includes legislative assistant for a Member of Congress. He received his MBA from the University of Michigan.

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