Taurus Names Managing Director of New Energies and Sustainable Investments
Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC, headquartered in Boston, has appointed Eric Bradley as managing director of new energies and sustainable investments. He joins Taurus as managing director overseeing the firm’s two subsidiaries – EcoSmart Solution, a green energy service provider; and RENU Communities, the retrofit arm helping spur the transition to a carbon neutral built environment.
In his new role role, Bradley will oversee capital raising efforts, business growth for these subsidiaries, and identify additional partnerships or investments to complement the Taurus clean energy offering. Bradley will also drive Taurus’ Sustainability program and oversee its broader ESG objectives.
“Taurus is a leader in sustainable real estate investing, and an innovator in new energy services with EcoSmart Solution and RENU Communities,’ said Bradley. ‘This is an exciting time to bring innovative clean energy technologies like geothermal, solar and energy storage, and electric vehicle services to the new and built environment.”
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).