21 - 22 March 2023, Altis Grand Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal


Dhruv Menon

Ampyr Solar Europe
Dhruv Menon, CFO, Ampyr Solar Europe

Ampyr Solar Europe was founded by Hartree Partners, the AGP Group and ESI in December 2020, with each group bringing its unique power trading, EPCM and development expertise into a joint venture tasked with creating a renewable IPP for Europe.

Since December 2020, Dhruv has been the CFO of Ampyr Solar Europe, where he leads the organisation’s fund-raising efforts for both its corporate activity and its pipeline of development and construction projects in the United Kingdom, Netherlands and Germany. Dhruv was one of the first executive employees of the joint venture and has worked with the Board and shareholders to grow the organisation to 60+ people across three geographies with offices in London, Utrecht, Maastricht, Berlin and Frankfurt. In addition to ensuring that the joint venture has been adequately capitalised to fulfil its ambitions he has implemented the requisite systems, controls and financial reporting framework necessary to fulfil Ampyr Solar Europe’s IPP ambitions.

Dhruv started his career in mergers & acquisitions in HSBC Investment Bank before going on to senior structuring and origination roles at Credit Suisse and most recently at White Oak Global Advisers (a West Coast based credit asset manager, with over $7 billion under management). Dhruv has a BA/MA in Computer Science from Cambridge University, UK and a Bachelor of Sciences in Physics from Delhi University, India. He has a structured tax background and qualified for the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Association of Tax Technicians in the United Kingdom.

21 Mar 2023
 - 17:30 GMT
Panel Discussion

Across Europe, and the world, inflation and interest rates have risen to rates that haven’t been seen for many years. This will greatly impact how projects are lent money as the rates at which loans are repaid increase. Find out how you can position yourself to ensure your projects can remain profitable as margins are squeezed further.