Terms of Use

Please read the following terms and conditions (“Terms of Use”) before using the Electron Capital Partners, LLC (“Electron”) website (“Site”).

Your access to and use of the Site is subject to these Terms of Use and all applicable laws and regulations. These Terms of Use constitute a legal agreement between you and Electron. The Site is available only to, and may only be used by, individuals who can form legally binding contracts under applicable law. By accessing and using the Site, you accept, without qualification, these Terms of Use.

All persons using the Site expressly agree to the Terms of Use as a pre-condition to using this Site for any purpose. The materials on the Site (including, without limitation, news articles, informational materials and manager-specific information) have been prepared for informational purposes only and do not constitute financial, legal, tax or any other advice. All information contained in or accessible by the Site is provided “as-is,” and Electron expressly disclaims any express or implied warranties with respect to the fitness of the information contained herein for any particular use, as well as its merchantability, application, or purpose. In no event shall Electron be responsible or liable for the correctness of any such information or for any damage or lost opportunity resulting from use of the Site or any of its information. Before making any investment or hiring any investment manager you should consult with professional financial, legal and tax advisors to perform appropriate diligence and to assess the risk associated with a particular investment.

Nothing in this Site may be considered as an offer or solicitation to purchase or sell securities or other services. If any provision in these Terms of Use is held to be invalid or unenforceable, then the remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect. Users of the Electron Site may view, download and print information and materials on this Site for its personal and internal business use provided that all hard copies contain all copyright and other applicable notices. Information on the Site may be subject to confidential treatment and is made available solely for your authorized use.

No user may reproduce, modify, copy, alter in any way, distribute, sell, resell, transmit, transfer, license, assign or publish any information obtained from this Site. Users shall not use this site at any time for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited and shall comply with any applicable local, state, national or international laws or regulations when using this Site. Electron, and the logos and marks included on the Electron site that identify Electron services and products, are proprietary. The use of such terms, logos and marks without the express written consent of Electron is strictly prohibited.

Copyright in the pages and in the screens of the Site, and in the information and material therein, is proprietary material owned by Electron unless otherwise indicated. The unauthorized use of any material on the Electron Site may violate statutes, regulations and laws, including, but not limited to, copyright, trademark, trade secret or patent laws.


All information (including AUM) current as of [September 1, 2022]. 17-year track record includes original Electron Capital Management (2004-2008) and SAC (2008-2012). Track record and historical performance are subject to complex assumptions and composite performance results that have inherent limitations; no representation is made that the performance figures presented are accurate, or that past performance is in any way indicative of future results. Indices that may be referenced in this Site are for comparative purposes only. The performance of Electron and its investment vehicles is likely to differ from indices.

Past performance is not indicative of future results. Performance figures may reflect estimated and unaudited returns; returns derived from annual audited returns of predecessor and related entities; and composite performance results derived by Electron from account information, some of which was maintained by third parties. In preparing performance figures and returns, Electron considered a variety of methods of converting historical account information into estimated “hedge fund” returns and selected the methods that it believes are most representative. Other conversion methods could have resulted in significantly lower or higher returns. In addition, Electron made assumptions about the expected operations of the Account. It can be expected that some or all such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results.

Any investment involves a significant degree of risk.