Phoenix, AZ – National consulting firm, Capital Review Group (CRG), announced the appointment of energy industry leader, Ben Montclair, as President, effective immediately.  Montclair brings a strong background in finance and solar project development to the company, leading CRG in their unique whole-facility approach to energy management and savings to clients through incentives, tax effects, and high-performance energy technologies.

Montclair brings valuable expertise in financial modeling and due diligence related to commercial-scale energy projects, enhancing CRG’s energy solutions focused on tax-optimized energy systems.  Prior to joining CRG, Montclair was Southwest Regional Manager for CarbonFree Technology Corp., helping develop and arrange financing for commercial-scale, PPA-funded solar projects in the U.S.  CRG founder, Marky Moore, explains that Montclair’s insight into energy strategy and finance bring added value to his role as President, “We are thrilled that Ben joined our team – and he has already provided clients a glimpse into energy security that is dynamic, unique, and without question – with foresight.”


Montclair is also co-founder of a school of sustainability in Phoenix, Arizona – the Sonoran Sustainable Building Advisor Program – offering professionals advanced training and certification in the fundamentals of sustainability sciences and best practices.  The course is recognized by the USGBC as a “mastery” level course in the subject.  Montclair’s earlier career includes roles in technology and financial services.  He earned an MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business, where he headed the school’s for-profit consulting organization, the Masters Consulting Group.

Moore, a National Certified Sustainable Building Advisor and LEED™ Accredited Professional, will continue to provide energy efficiency guidance as well as critical tax and specialty services to accounting and legal professionals, clients and institutional partners.

About Capital Review Group

CRG operates at the intersection of tax strategy and facility engineering to enhance returns on energy projects for facilities.  CRG specializes in Section 179D Certification under the EPACT 2005, specialty tax credits and deductions, capital asset reclassification, business tax credits, Capital Needs Assessment, specialty construction/engineering consulting and ASHRAE Level energy audits.    CRG’s clients are generally organizations seeking to optimize returns on investment in energy-related projects at their facilities.  For more information, visit