Mark McDonald

Mark McDonald

Inertia in the electricity grid

Never thought I’d see the day the Economist writes an article about inertia in the electricity grid. Grid inertia is equivalent to pressure in a... Read More "Inertia in the electricity grid"

Inflation explained by soaring fuel and energy costs

Approximately a third of the rich world's inflation of 8% is explained by soaring fuel and energy costs. All the while, the improvised chaos of... Read More "Inflation explained by soaring fuel and energy costs"

Let’s talk SCALE!

On the cusp of the Senate passing the landmark Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), let's talk SCALE!   Renewables: The bill is expected to dramatically increase... Read More "Let’s talk SCALE!"

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About me

An electrical engineer turned banker, I have been drawn towards sustainable energy projects throughout my career. I started my journey with working on complex energy and grid consulting projects for GE Energy, and went on to Duke University for an MBA with focus on energy and finance. Then, I worked for a medium-sized investment bank (industrials focus), followed by a large US-based energy project developer and then transitioned back into investment banking (this time with a clear energy focus). I have led equity and debt raises for growth companies, buy-side and sell-side transactions, mergers and takeovers, and SPAC deals.

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