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New York-based Hudson Clean Energy Partner, a private equity firm that invests in companies focused on renewable power, has announced that Shaun Kingsbury has joined their firm as a partner and will be responsible for the firm's European offices based in London.

Kingsbury has worked for over 20 years in the energy business, with senior roles at Centrica Plc. and Shell. He also has extensive experience as an entrepreneur-in-residence for 3i, where he advised the private equity firm on their investment in Global Energy Services.

"I'm very excited about joining the premier investment management team in clean energy," says Kingsbury. "Their outstanding results in past ventures speak volumes about their abilities, and I look forward to contributing to the firm's successful growth in the sustainable energy sector."

SOURCE: Hudson Clean Energy Partners



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