Marc Fetten


Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Marc Fetten started his career with Bayer Corporation where he led Finance and Mergers and Acquisitions activities in Europe and North America. Marc has extensive international business experience having lived and worked in Singapore, Germany, Great Britain, and the United States. Throughout his corporate career, Marc has focused on pharmaceuticals, polymers and energy development. Marc started his own investment group in 2009 which focuses on renewable energy and infrastructure projects. He is currently invested in, and actively operates a portfolio of companies called GreenGasUSA, that focus on reducing harmful greenhouse gases by capturing fugitive methane emissions and converting these to usable fuels made available to industrial, commercial, and ultimately residential customers. GreenGas has helped companies such as Duke University, Mercedes, Enviva and Berkshire Hathaway Group achieve carbon neutrality by displacing fossil fuels with renewable fuels. Marc is an adjunct Professor for Entrepreneurship and Sustainability at the College of Charleston. He is passionate about helping students identify viable business models and exploring their implementation in an increasingly dynamic and tech driven marketplace. Marc has a Bachelor of Sciences degree from the University of Applied Sciences and Management in Essen, Germany and a Masters of Business Administration from Bradford University in England.

Sessions With Marc Fetten

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 10:30am - 11:10am (CST) / 08/mar/2022 04:30 pm - 08/mar/2022 05:10 pm

    Achieving Net Zero Through Biomass Fuels: Wood, crops, manure?   

    Panel Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power Carbon Management/Decarbonization

    Biomass fuel is a lynchpin in many net- zero plans. With policies like California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard recognizing biomass fuels’ low to negative carbon emissions, these fuels have seen enormous growth over the past five years. From feedstocks to business models, what challenges are posed and what opportunities are offered by one of the brightest segments in energy?