Jeffrey Schub

Vice President Operations at Coalition for Green Capital
MBA, Yale School of Management, 2013

Jeffrey Schub became the Vice President of the Coalition for Green Capital shortly after graduating from the Yale School of Management where he focused on clean energy finance and development. While at Yale, Mr. Schub worked as a Finance & Strategy Associate at Greenskies Renewable Energy, a commercial and utility-scale solar developer in Connecticut. During business school, he also worked at EnerNOC, the leading demand response provider, performing operational efficiency and customer service analyses for critical demand response events. At Yale, he conducted academic research on the on-going market creation and stakeholder engagement of the budding U.S. offshore wind industry.

Prior to that, Mr. Schub was a Senior Analyst at Analysis Group, a leading economic consulting firm. While there, he led dozens of case teams, conducting qualitative and quantitative research and building economic models across a range of industries in support of client litigation, primarily focused on technology and intellectual property.

Mr. Schub graduated from Brown University with honors, receiving Bachelor’s Degrees magna cum laude in Economics and Public Policy.

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Green Bank Case Studies Reveal the Framework of Progress

Working to build a strong support system for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy requires a collaborative approach with all hands on deck. In the rocky seas of this year’s federal and state climate and energy policy, state and local green banks are emerging as a potentially protective anchor that policymakers can create. Yale Center for Business and the Environment is currently building a training program that will use a set of green banking case studies on innovative clean energy-finance structures that students developed last year. This week, the first case study is being published.