Chief Executive Officer
Bradford H. Dockser is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Green Generation Solutions, LLC, which engineers and implements comprehensive integrated energy efficiency solutions that lower operating costs while improving sustainability on behalf of a diverse set of clients worldwide. GreenGen helps its clients use energy as a driver of value across all asset types in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Brad is the Chairman of GreenGen’s Executive Committee.
During his more than two decades of real estate investing, Brad was a Principal with national real estate investment firm, MacFarlane Partners, overseeing activities of their mid-Atlantic business; Partner and Chief Operating Officer for Western Development Corporation, a leading retail and mixed-use property development firm in the DC area; and Managing Director for Starwood Capital Group’s international operations, overseeing direct investments, operating joint ventures and financing activities in Asia and Europe.
Brad began his real estate career with JMB Realty, then the largest real estate firm in the United States, and later with CRI, Inc., which was the nation’s largest owner of multifamily residential properties at the time. While at CRI, he oversaw the creation of Capital Apartment Properties REIT (CAPREIT), a privately held real estate investment trust based in Washington, DC, that focused on market-rate apartments in the eastern US.
Brad received an A.B. cum laude in Economics, as well as a Master of Business Administration, both from Harvard University. He serves as the Co-Chair of the Urban Land Institute Washington Sustainability Initiative and Vice Chair of the ULI Redevelopment and Reuse Product Council. He is also a member of the US Green Building Council, the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), and the Asia Green Building Council Steering Committee. Brad is a mentor for the Cleantech Open, the world's largest cleantech accelerator. He is a former Director of the Harvard Club of DC and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington and a past member of the Harvard University Asia Center Advisory Committee. He also was Founding Director of the Greater Washington Exploratory Committee, DC’s bid committee for the 2012 Summer Olympics.