Our Team

Anbaric Principals

Edward Krapels

Edward N. Krapels is a leader in the rising industry of non-utility electric transmission and distribution development. He is the CEO of Anbaric Development Partners, a company behind $5 billion in independent transmission and microgrid projects buil read more
Edward N. Krapels is a leader in the rising industry of non-utility electric transmission and distribution development. He is the CEO of Anbaric Development Partners, a company behind $5 billion in independent transmission and microgrid projects buil read more

Dirk van Ouwerkerk

Dirk van Ouwerkerk is Anbaric’s Lead Partner for Microgrids. He has more than twelve years of experience as a strategic consultant and M&A advisor to the electric power industry in the US and Europe Mr. van Ouwerkerk is specialized in an investment category he defines as “market-based cleantech”, i.e. the segment of advanced energy business … read more

Dirk van Ouwerkerk is Anbaric’s Lead Partner for Microgrids. He has more than twelve years of experience as a strategic consultant and M&A advisor to the electric power industry in the US and Europe

Mr. van Ouwerkerk is specialized in an investment category he defines as “market-based cleantech”, i.e. the segment of advanced energy business models that can benefit from new regulations and government incentives, but that doesn’t need to rely on them for growth. His most recent focus has been on the “productization” of the microgrid: an attempt to turn world-class microgrid examples like those at Princeton, Cornell University, and the FDA into scalable solutions for a broader set of customers.

Timothy Vaill

Tim Vaill is the Chief Financial Officer for Anbaric Development Partners, LLC (ADP). In this role he oversees the firm’s financial planning, financial management, and strategic growth. He is the key liaison with ADP’s co-owner and investment partner, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Mr. Vaill is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Boston … read more

Tim Vaill is the Chief Financial Officer for Anbaric Development Partners, LLC (ADP). In this role he oversees the firm’s financial planning, financial management, and strategic growth. He is the key liaison with ADP’s co-owner and investment partner, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.

Mr. Vaill is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Boston Private Financial Holdings, Inc, a publically-held (NASDAQ) wealth management company with banking and investment activities nationwide. Prior to his work at Boston Private, Mr. Vaill was an Executive Officer for an American Express subsidiary, The Boston Company, and a senior financial consultant for Fidelity Investments in Boston. Just prior to joining Anbaric Development Partners, Mr. Vaill was on the Economic Development Team for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under Governor Deval Patrick.

Mr. Vaill holds a MBA in Finance from the Harvard Business School, a Master’s in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a BS degree in Mathematics from Tufts University. He serves on several boards and was formerly the Chairman of the Economic Development Council for the Town of Andover, where he resides. He continues as a member of the Investment Committee for the Massachusetts $60 billion State Pension Fund, MassPRIM.

Clarke Bruno

Clarke Bruno oversees the company’s legal affairs and projects in the Mid-Atlantic region, as well as projects in Canada. He has almost two decades of experience in the private and public sector in energy and environmental policy, project development, and litigation and regulatory law. As counsel to former New Jersey Governor Corzine, Mr. Bruno helped … read more

Clarke Bruno oversees the company’s legal affairs and projects in the Mid-Atlantic region, as well as projects in Canada. He has almost two decades of experience in the private and public sector in energy and environmental policy, project development, and litigation and regulatory law.

As counsel to former New Jersey Governor Corzine, Mr. Bruno helped prepare the State’s energy master plan and provided legal and policy analysis on the State’s initiatives to upgrade the grid, spur renewable energy projects, redevelop brownfields, and increase public and private infrastructure investments. As a senior attorney during Mayor Bloomberg’s first term in New York City, Mr. Bruno led the team that won dismissal of four twenty-year old class action lawsuits and revitalized a 50-member legal department. Before entering government, he was a regulatory lawyer and litigator for nine years and clerked for a federal judge for one year. Mr. Bruno has also developed 195 units of low and moderate income housing in New York City.

Mr. Bruno graduated with honors from Swarthmore College where he won a Watson fellowship and cum laude from New York University School of Law where he was awarded a Hays fellowship. He has lived in France, Ghana, and Brazil and is fluent in French and Portuguese.

Soam Goel

Soam Goel, Partner, Special Situations, pursues investments in transmission and microgrid infrastructure projects that are under development, campus energy infrastructure, and existing energy infrastructure that can be transformed through significant capital investments. Soam Goel has been the Chief Commercial Officer of Power Network New Mexico, a wholly owned subsidiary of Goldman Sachs Global Infrastructure Fund … read more

Soam Goel, Partner, Special Situations, pursues investments in transmission and microgrid infrastructure projects that are under development, campus energy infrastructure, and existing energy infrastructure that can be transformed through significant capital investments.

Soam Goel has been the Chief Commercial Officer of Power Network New Mexico, a wholly owned subsidiary of Goldman Sachs Global Infrastructure Fund (GSIP). He originated the $400M project for GSIP. Mr. Goel founded Enersights in 2004 to provide strategic advice to senior executives of utility companies and financial participants. Prior to that, he spent 10 years with PA Consulting and its predecessor firms where he co-headed the energy M&A practice. Under his leadership, the firm conducted assignments such as company, generation, and transmission transactions – $40M to $8B in size – for utilities, industry vendors, investment banks, and private equity. Mr Goel’s prior experience includes working for the Unilever Group of Companies as part of their fast track management development program. Mr. Goel received B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.