Wunder Investor Q&A - Skip Larson

Wunder Investor Q&A - Skip Larson


Who is Skip Larson?

I am a product management professional who started my career as a maintenance engineer with Texas instruments and made my way into purchasing, application engineering, sales and finally settled on managing products. In the middle of my career I was able to learn a lot about high tech manufacturing, including how to make solar panels among other things.

Skip on Wunder Capital.

What about Wunder Capital and our offering made you invest?

I liked the market space Wunder looked to serve. Solar is but one of the many great ideas to keep literal enegy flowing through the economy while leveraging established infrastructure and resources. The missing piece seemed to always be financing a long term investment in an economy built on short term results. Wunder spoke to this well and I bought in.

As an investor, how important is creating impact with your investment (specifically within the environmental sector)?

Impact is a key part of any investment I like to make. Returns are great to strive for and are a necessary component. Complimenting returns is the creation of an ecosystem that can stimulate future gains and to this end solar fits the model quite well for now. My simple thinking is that when compared with other available investments, solar can cost efficiently feed energy consumption which drives tools and equipment used in today's economy.

Wunder Capital is helping to accelerate the proliferation of solar by financing the commercial solar revolution. Wunder also offers investors a great way to invest in the future of energy. Learn more about Wunder by visiting WunderCapital.com.

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