Hitachi Capital America Corp. (HCA) today announced that Tom Waters has joined the company as Director, Clean Technology. Tom is responsible for developing and executing HCA’s strategy and new business development activities in the clean technology sector. He reports to Chris Pagano, General Manager of the Structured Finance business.
“The clean technology sector is rapidly growing and companies need customized financing solutions to implement their projects, which is why we are investing in additional leaders of Tom’s caliber. We are thrilled to have him on our team,” states Pagano.
HCA is a leader in providing structured finance solutions for projects such as LED lighting, HVAC optimization, combined heat and power systems, fuel cells, water conservation, building controls, and battery storage. HCA takes a project financing approach to structuring clean technology transactions, which allows the company to provide customized, flexible financing solutions, including loans, leases, and the assignment of service-based solutions such as Energy Savings Agreements and Power Purchase Agreements where energy savings are used to repay project costs.
Tom joins HCA from Key Equipment Finance, where he was Vice President of Energy Solutions. Prior to that, he held a series of senior management and sales roles with GE Capital and CPI Card Group. Tom holds a B.A. in business administration from Southern Methodist University and a master of international management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Tom is based in Denver, Colorado.
About Hitachi Capital America Corp.
Hitachi Capital America Corp. is an independent, diversified leasing and financial services company providing financing to commercial businesses and other Hitachi companies in the United States. Strategically focused on delivering solutions that drive customer success, HCA offers value-added financing solutions, a true partner and co-creation approach to working together, and world-class execution to deliver a premium customer experience.
Through the clean technology initiative, HCA is applying its financial and intellectual capabilities to help solve society’s challenges and address Sustainable Development Goals in the areas of resilient infrastructure, responsible consumption and production, affordable and clean energy, and sustainable cities and communities.