Anthony Clark

Anthony  Clark
Associate Director, Commercial, Industrial and Institutional Programs at Connecticut Green Bank
Yale School of Management, MBA, 2014 Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Master of Environmental Science, 2014

Anthony Clark is Associate Director for Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Programs at CT Green Bank, where he leads new product development and go-to market strategy for commercial and industrialsector. His portfolio includes energy storage, grid modernization,high-performance new construction, and utility partnerships.

Prior to joining the Green Bank, Anthony was a global operations and environmental strategies fellow at General Electric where he focused on reducing negative environmental impacts within GE’s own operations and in the supply chain. He has previously worked on energy resilience at the New York City Housing Authority, headed the science and policy publications shop at the Natural Resources Defense Council, and consulted to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection and the National Renewable Energy Lab.

Anthony holds an MBA and Master's of Environmental Science from Yale University and a BA from Wesleyan University.

Authored Articles

Citi Director Outlines Progress and Hurdles in Financing Clean Energy

What do leaders in the banking industry think about the potential of privately financing solar power, wind energy, and energy efficiency? In this interview, Michael Eckhart, managing director and global head of finance and sustainability at Citigroup, shares his optimism about the transition to clean energy and his observations about the persistent obstacles in the market – including the need to scale up financing for energy efficiency.

Kauffman Reflects on Launching Green Bank and Animating Markets in NY

Last Monday, the Clean Energy Finance Forum spoke with Richard Kauffman, chairman of energy and finance for New York and chairman of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). This conversation offers a close-up look at the process of creating the NY Green Bank (NYGB) and the broader initiative to transform energy policy and markets to achieve economic and environmental benefits.