Jackson Lehr


Jackson Lehr brings 20 years of diverse experience in environmental sustainability across investment, development, early-stage, and multinational corporate settings to his role as CFO at Aspen Power. Jackson’s expertise in distributed clean energy stems from both principal investing and development/operations across multiple platforms including regulated utilities. 

Most recently Jackson served as an Operating Partner at Energy Impact Partners (EIP), a leading venture capital firm focused on the clean energy transition. Prior to EIP he served in several leadership roles at National Grid across both its regulated and deregulated businesses, including cornerstone transactions and partnerships with EnerNOC, Geronimo Energy and Sunrun. Earlier in his career, Jackson was a partner in GO Ventures, a holding company that incubated energy-efficiency, renewable energy, and other green businesses. He also helped grow the boutique management consulting firm GreenOrder and began his career at Bechtel working in the field on large civil-environmental infrastructure projects. Jackson holds undergraduate engineering degrees from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.