Georgiopoulos Launches Green Maritime Partners

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Peter C. Georgiopoulos launched Green Maritime Partners, LLC (GMP), a private equity fund targeting environmentally sustainable investments within the maritime and clean energy sectors. 

“Environmental reform in the maritime industry is becoming a critical issue.  GMP also intends to fund promising projects in the clean energy area outside of the maritime industry. I am proud to be part of this important initiative,” said Georgiopoulos, Founder and Chairman, Green Maritime Partners.

GMP will combine investment professionals with advisory teams in the maritime and clean energy sectors. 

In the maritime industry, Green Maritime Partners’ will fund businesses dedicated to emissions reduction, energy efficiency, environmental remediation and other sensitive issues.  GMP will also fund alternative and renewable energy assets and other projects related to the clean energy sector.  Investment sizes will range from $5 to 20 million.

All investments will be evaluated and prioritized based on their commercial viability and proximity to income generation. Peter Georgiopoulos will serve as Founder and Chairman of Green Maritime Partners LLC.  Co-founder Chris Teryazos will be responsible for its operations.

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