With climate change a global issue, Full Cycle Energy Fund has made a positive move and a sound investment in its new COO Sam Tabor who has an amazing track record at far surpassing expectations in all his endeavors. Full Cycle Energy is attacking and revolutionizing energy production while reducing plant operating cost, improving fuel efficiency and dramatically reducing carbon emissions. The fund was created to finance and own projects that convert waste into clean fuel to power communities worldwide. Sam Tabar indicated on Instagram that Full Cycle Energy Fund plans to invest in new plants as well as retrofit traditional electric generation plants to lower cost and create environmentally friendly fuels from Municipal Solid Waste.
Full Cycle Energy Fund and Synova Inc, operating partners, have a patented OLGA design that has improved upon the waste to energy technology as well as implemented gasification. The process combines gasification technology with tar removal procedures to achieve positive results. Sam Tabar, the new Chief Operating Officer, has much experience as a capital strategist and fund manager with well known institutions as well as a law degree and experience counseling clients on hedge fund structure and formation, regulatory and compliance issues and investment management.
Sam Tabar is sure to bring his successful strategies to Full Cycle Energy Fund and the experience he gained at Sparx Group as a PMA Investment Advisor, where he was promoted to Managing Director and Co-Head of Business Development. He worked on and managed the global marketing and investor relations for a $2 billion hedge fund. His rolodex of potential qualified investors was over 2000 and he developed another 400 additional introductions. He also helped the firm to raise $1.2 billion in assets. Later, after joining Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific region, he again counseled hedge fund clients and managed the entire capital allocations cycle between fund managers and investors.
In this role, Tabar’s rolodex was over 1,250 institutional investors. He again re-entered the legal side of hedge fund management in 2013 as a Senior Associate, He is also a private venture capitalist including an investment with a social mission that supports women in Africa and Asia called SheThinx, a company that redesign undergarments for feminine hygiene and donates products to the women in those nations. With such a successful career, Sam Tabar is sure to increase the success of the effort find greener sources of energy, lower energy production cost, and lessen carbon emissions and the green house effect. Check out Sam Tabar’s GoFundMe page to see more about what he’s bringing to the table, in terms of helping African children.