Vince Tenorio

Yale School of Management, MBA, 2019 Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Master of Environmental Management, 2019

Vincent is a third year joint MBA/MEM candidate at SOM and FES with a focus in sustainable infrastructure finance and climate change.

At Yale, he is the Student Program Manager for the Conservation Finance Network and a member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management. Previously, Vincent spent five years working in water quality analysis and environmental management for the City of Dallas and EA Engineering, an environmental consulting firm.

In the summer of 2017, Vincent interned in corporate strategy at Land O’Lakes and evaluated opportunities for the cooperative’s newly-created SUSTAIN business unit. He spent his second summer in investment banking at Guggenheim Partners, working across diverse industries, including cybersecurity, manufacturing, insurance, and power, where he supported the sale of a portfolio of generation assets in PJM as well as a capital raise for a renewable energy construction firm.

Vincent holds a Bachelor of Arts in environmental analysis from Pomona College, where he focused on water quality issues. His favorite activity is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, in which he both competes and coaches.

Authored Articles
Sun in the sky

Following the Sun

As of Q3 2018, the solar industry has deployed a total of 60 GW of capacity across the United States, according to the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA). By now, solar PV is no longer seen as a risky investment, but a mature industry. For years, much of the activity in solar deployment has been concentrated in just a few markets like California, Arizona or Massachusetts. Unsurprisingly, the markets that have shown the greatest growth over the past decade have also become highly competitive both in terms of the sheer number of active solar developers and installers, but also in...