With a new CIO, Endurant Energy is poised for further growth.
Distributed energy resource developer and owner Endurant Energy (Endurant) has announced the appointment of Karin Logan as Chief Investment Officer.
Logan is a 20-year finance professional with a strong track record of structuring and financing utility and distributed energy projects.
“This is an important hire for Endurant, allowing the company to streamline the deployment of our capital into distributed energy assets,” said Tom Chadwick, Endurant’s Chief Executive Officer. “I am delighted with the wealth of experience Karin brings to the table and know she will be a powerful addition to the team.”
Logan most recently came from Silicon Valley Bank, a market leader in distributed energy, where she structured and syndicated $5.0 billion in distributed energy projects. Prior to Silicon Valley Bank, Karin spent 7 years at MUFG underwriting project finance transactions across a broad spectrum of technologies in the bank and institutional markets. Karin graduated from Columbia University with a master’s in International Affairs concentrating in energy policy and holds an undergraduate degree from Lafayette College with a major in Business and Economics.
“In today’s increasingly unpredictable world, resiliency and clean energy are critical to business continuity,” said Karin Logan. “Endurant’s boutique energy solution will lead companies into the future and help them achieve energy independence with market-leading technology. I’m looking forward to finding win-win solutions for our clients that can help them source clean, reliable energy while contributing to their bottom line.”
As Endurant’s first Chief Investment Officer, Karen will be responsible for appraising new projects, structuring financial ownership of projects, and assessing the risks associated with them.
Endurant Energy is a distributed energy resource developer and owner headquartered in Chicago, with offices in New York City as well as Anaheim and Beverly Hills, California.