Sunwealth® Welcomes Charley Gould as VP of Asset Management and General Counsel

Sunwealth, the clean energy investment firm breaking down barriers to solar investment in underserved markets, today announced that Charley Gould has joined the organization as Vice President of Asset Management & General Counsel. In this new role, he will oversee asset management and compliance for Sunwealth’s groundbreaking Solar Impact Fund as well as attend to the organization’s legal matters.

Prior to joining Sunwealth, Gould served as senior counsel for Nova Ventures Group, a private equity firm with a global portfolio of industrial technology companies serving a variety of industries, including energy, aerospace, semiconductor and infrastructure. Prior, he served as Director of Legal Affairs and Corporate Counsel at Blu Homes. Gould began his career in private practice assisting privately held companies, entrepreneurs, and non-profit organizations in all stages of the business cycle - startup to acquisition.

“Charley’s experience guiding growth-oriented ventures will be critical to Sunwealth as we scale the size and impact of our Solar Impact Fund,” said Jonathan Abe, Chief Executive Officer at Sunwealth. “He’s a talented lawyer who brings a business-oriented approach to each deal, and we’re grateful to have him join the Sunwealth team.”

“Sunwealth’s clean energy expertise and technology-driven process make affordable clean energy accessible to communities across the country while providing triple bottom line returns to investors,” says Gould. “I am thrilled to join the Sunwealth team and look forward to working with our partners to invest in the future of energy.”

Charley holds a Bachelor of Arts from Boston University and a Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law.

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About Sunwealth

Sunwealth is a clean energy investment firm working to change who has access to renewable energy by changing the way we invest in it. Combining deep experience in solar development and finance with roots in the community and impact investing sectors, Sunwealth invests in diverse projects that deliver clean energy to communities while providing market-rate return potential for investors. The company’s Solar Impact Fund allows participants to forecast the impact of their investment from the beginning – and see that impact develop in real time through transparent monitoring and measurement tools.  Learn more at

Under no circumstances is the information contained herein to be considered an offer to sell or as a solicitation of an offer to buy any financial product. Investments are offered only via definitive transaction documents and any potential investor should read such documents carefully, including all the risk factors relating to the investment, before investing.

Jon Abe