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Company Overview of Braemar Energy Ventures

Company Overview

Braemar Energy Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in early, mid, late, and expansion stage investments. The firm seeks to invest in technology and communications opportunities in the energy sector with a focus on energy technology, clean fuel processes, advanced power conversion, clean fuel storage, electrical and mechanical storage, pollution control, management and energy efficiency, power electronics and power semiconductors, and information technology and energy communications (Energy Intelligent Networks). Within the clean fuel processes, it targets efficient natural gas extraction; hydrogen extraction from renewable and non renewable sources; and bio fuels, waste fuels, an...

340 Madison Avenue

18th Floor

New York, NY 10017

United States

Founded in 2002





Key Executives for Braemar Energy Ventures

Partner Emeritus
Age: 83
Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Age: 53
Age: 55
Chief Financial Officer
Managing Partner
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

Braemar Energy Ventures Key Developments

Braemar Energy Ventures Presents at Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst Conference, Sep-27-2013 11:50 AM

Braemar Energy Ventures Presents at Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst Conference, Sep-27-2013 11:50 AM. Venue: Waldorf Astoria, New York, New York, United States. Speakers: Neil S. Suslak, Co-Founder and Managing Partner; Managing Partner of Braemar Energy Ventures II, L.P.

Braemar Energy Ventures Closes Braemar Energy Ventures III

Braemar Energy Ventures announced that it closed its third fund, Braemar Energy Ventures III, at the maximum amount of $300 million on June 19. The company noted that the Fund will invest in venture and expansion-stage energy technology companies that serve the conventional and alternative energy markets to help deliver cleaner, cheaper, more efficient and reliable energy solutions. The Fund, which was oversubscribed and closed at an amount that is higher than Braemar's $250 million Fund II, attracted many new and returning institutional investors from the U.S., Europe and Asia. Among the larger institutions participating in the Fund were existing LP's MassMutual, Alpinvest Partners, Morgan Stanley Alternative Investments, Macquarie and GIC Special Investments - the Government of Singapore. Existing investors were joined by new financial LPs that included Munich Re, HarbourVest, the State of Rhode Island, RIT (Rothschild Investment Trust) and Invesco on behalf of the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS). There were also several strategic investors from the energy industry including the utility AEP (American Electric Power) and several multinational energy companies from Asia and the Middle East.

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