Mr. Deutch is a Partner at NGP Energy Capital Management, L.L.C. (NGP) where he heads energy transition investing.  Founded in 1988, NGP is a family of private equity investment funds with $20 billion of cumulative equity commitments organized to make equity investments to the energy industry. Mr. Deutch is also Chief Executive Officer of NGP Energy Technology Partners III, LLC.  Mr. Deutch has invested in the energy technology sector since 1997 and his extensive experience includes early to late-stage investments in renewable energy, power quality/reliability, distributed generation, energy management and control, and power electronics.   Mr. Deutch is also Managing Partner of NGP Energy Technology Partners (NGP ETP) which he founded in 2005 with NGP.  From 2015 to 2018,  Mr. Deutch was Partner, COO, and President of Social Capital, a $1.8 billion Silicon Valley-based investment firm, where he helped launch SC Public Equity Partners and Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings Corp. (NYSE-IPO.A). From 1997 to 2004, Mr. Deutch was Managing Director at Perseus, L.L.C., where he led or co-led the firm’s energy investing activities and was a member of the firm’s Executive Committee.  At Perseus, Mr. Deutch helped launch Perseus CDO I Limited, Perseus Acquisition-Recapitalization Fund, and Perseus-Soros Biopharmaceutical Fund, L.P. From 1986 to 1988, Mr. Deutch was a financial analyst in the Mergers & Acquisition Department of Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc.  Mr. Deutch is a board member of Form Energy Inc., Voltus Inc., and TPI Composites Inc. (NASDAQ:TPIC).  He is a former board member of, among other companies, American Wind Capital, Beacon Power (NASDAQ: BCON), Community Energy Inc., Evergreen Solar (NASDAQ: ESLR), Renewable Energy Group (NASDQ: REGI), SatCon Technologies (NASDAQ: SATC) and Switchback II Corporation (NYSE: SWBK-UN).  Mr. Deutch was a Strategic Advisor to Switchback Corp. (which merged with ChargePoint, Inc.)  Mr. Deutch is a member of the External Advisory Board of the MIT Future of Storage Study and the Board of Trustees of the Menlo School.  He previously served on the Advisory Board of the MIT Future of Solar Study and the Boards of the Folger Shakespear Library (including 3 years as Vice-Chairman), the International Center for Women, the Washington Performing Arts Society and was a founding member of Capital for Children.  Mr. Deutch holds a J.D. with distinction from Stanford Law School and a B.A. in Economics from Amherst College, where he was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa