Stephen Pang

TortoiseEcofin

Managing Director

Mr. Pang is a Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at the firm, and is responsible for the firm’s public and private direct investments across energy strategies. Mr. Pang currently serves as President and Chief Financial Officer and as a Director of TortoiseEcofin Acquisition Corp. III. Mr. Pang served as a director of Tortoise Acquisition Corp. II from the completion of its initial public offering in September 2020 and as the Chief Financial Officer of Tortoise Acquisition Corp. II from July 2020, to the completion of its initial business combination on August 27, 2021 with Volta Inc. Mr. Pang served as a director of Tortoise Acquisition Corp. from the completion of its initial public offering in March 2019, and as Chief Financial Officer of Tortoise Acquisition Corp. from January 2020, to the completion of its initial business combination on October 1, 2020, and he continues to serve on the board of directors of Hyliion Holdings Corp. Prior to joining Tortoise in 2014, Mr. Pang was a director in Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC’s Equity Capital Markets Group. Before joining Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC in 2012, he spent eight years in Citigroup Global Markets Inc.’s Investment Banking Division, where he focused on equity underwriting and corporate finance in the energy sector. Mr. Pang received a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Richmond and is a CFA charterholder.

Sessions With Stephen Pang

Monday, 7 March

  • 02:00pm - 02:40pm (CST) / 07/mar/2022 08:00 pm - 07/mar/2022 08:40 pm

    Innovations in Clean Tech Financing: Are investors ready & willing?

    Panel Innovation & Technology

    Investor demand for clean tech assets has been a leading indicator for company-level action on energy transition strategies. With higher commodity prices attracting renewed interest in the role of oil and gas companies as energy transition drivers, investors have once again reengaged with elements of the industry that were difficult to fund only months ago. What is the balance for clean tech plays versus progress on net-zero approaches at existing firms? How do legacy business models need to change to adapt to investor concerns about the pace of the energy transition? How can companies better communicate with investors on clean tech deployment strategies, and how can investors speak the language of industry operators?