EDISON, N.J., April 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- New Jersey based energy project developer and financial solutions provider Green Campus Partners, LLC ("GCP") announced that Joshua Briggs, formerly of Siemens Medical Financial Services has joined the company as Vice President, Business Development responsible for the Rocky Mountain and Midwestern regions.
Josh is a veteran in the field of performance contract financing and municipal leasing with over 18 years experience working in municipal capital markets and developing customized financial solutions for state and local governments across the country. Josh's previous employers include Banc One Leasing Corporation, Key Equipment Finance, Key Capital Markets and Huntington Capital Corp. Josh received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and holds an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh's Katz Graduate School of Business.
Mike Horkey, Managing Director and GCP co-founder, said, "We are thrilled to have Josh join our growing Energy Efficiency Finance team. Josh is an industry veteran with deep ties to the geography he'll cover for GCP. Being located in the Denver metropolitan area places Josh in the middle of some of the most vibrant efficiency markets covering numerous state and local governments, not-for-profits and large corporations."
Josh brings a lot of enthusiasm to GCP. "This is a great opportunity with a great team to leverage my expertise," said Briggs. "The GCP model will continue to set the standard for the industry going forward. We are quick, creative and nimble and can respond to opportunities faster and more efficiently to better serve our clients and partners We value the relationships with our customers and ESCO partners, and we will ensure our success by continually and consistently providing a value-added solution."
About Green Campus Partners LLC
GCP's singular focus is helping its clients convert their efficiency and green ideas into solutions. GCP is a catalyst within the Energy Services industry, serving as a valued conduit for productive relationships between contractors, energy users and investors. GCP's business model targets co-development, financing and implementation of projects in three key segments of the multi-billion dollar Energy Services industry: energy efficiency, renewable energy and distributed generation.
GCP's co-development model uses close collaboration with world-class engineering, procurement and construction contractors to design and build projects financed and, in many cases, owned by GCP. Business development is focused on financially strong end-use clients with energy-intensive facilities, including governmental entities, institutional clients and select commercial and industrial clients and concerns.
SOURCE Green Campus Partners LLC