Women in Energy

Volt Energy hires Tiffany Elliot as partner to lead capital sourcing

Volt Energy Utility

Volt Energy Utility, a company that develops, finances, and operates utility-scale solar projects, announced this Monday it hired Tiffany Elliot as a partner at the firm. She will lead the company’s project acquisition function and all capital sourcing activities, including project evaluation and capital allocation; project financing, corporate financing, and project monetization strategy.

Firstly, Tiffany Taylor is an energy professional with more than twenty years of industry experience leading capital markets and business development functions across the conventional generation and renewable space, focusing on utility-scale solar and energy storage.

Moreover, prior to joining Volt Energy Utility, Tiffany was the founder and CEO of Clean Capital Partners; a financial advisory firm providing best-in-class execution capability in sourcing and deploying sponsor equity capital on behalf of developers and long-term sponsor investors.

In addition, her company also focuses on providing structured hedge and offtake advisory execution expertise to support renewable project financings.

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Volt Energy recognizes Ms. Elliot as a top element

Furthermore, Ms. Elliot served as the head of U.S. project sales for Cypress Creek Renewables; and senior vice president of market strategy and business development for Recurrent Energy. There she led the company’s origination, structuring, mergers & acquisitions, and corporate strategy efforts.

On the other hand, before Cypress Creek, she held several leadership roles on the commodity desks of leading trading organizations such as Citigroup Energy and Calpine Energy Services, where she was responsible for executing structured power and natural gas transactions.

Finally, Ms. Elliot also has a B.B.A in Finance and B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. About her appointment to Volt energy, the company’s CEO, Gilbert Campbell, commented. “Tiffany is recognized in the industry for her exceptional analytical skills and the ability to listen carefully and understand the needs of all stakeholders involved in complex project acquisition and finance negotiations.”

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