Chief Investment Officer, Alchemy Renewable Energy
Jonathan Gross

Jonathan Gross is the Chief Investment Officer for Alchemy Renewable Energy. He is also responsible for identifying and vetting worthwhile tax credit incentivized projects in the areas of renewable energy, affordable housing, and the rehabilitation of historically significant commercial and/or residential structures.

Committed to expanding clean energy programs, Jon has served as a founding board member of the North Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance (NCCEBA), a member of the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) and the treasurer for Clean Air Carolina, a nonprofit advocacy organization. He works with policymakers and other influencers of legislation to protect and expand renewable energy tax credit programs, advocating for North Carolina’s continued leadership in solar energy production and the state’s resulting economic development.

Previously, Jon served as partner at CohnReznick and led the Renewable Energy Transaction Advisory Group of their Charlotte office. During his tenure, he provided financial consulting and modeling, tax structuring, equity placement, accounting, attestation, cost certification and other relevant financial services on behalf of investors, developers, solar and other renewable energy project sponsors, general partners and community development entities on all aspects of their transactions.

Jon earned a BA in accounting from Temple University. He is a licensed certified public accountant (CPA) in North Carolina and Pennsylvania, and a member of the American Institute of CPAs, North Carolina Association of CPAs and Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs.

Education & Professional Associations

  • BA in Accounting, Temple University
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA), NC & PA
  • American Institute of CPAs
  • North Carolina Association of CPAs
  • Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs
Credit Expertise:
Renewable Energy
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