Daniel Oros joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers as a partner in 2009. He is a member of the greentech team, where he focuses on investments in the Green Growth Fund. The Green Growth Fund focuses on adopting solutions to combat the world's climate crisis and using natural resources more efficiently.
Before joining KPCB, Dan was a vice president in the Goldman Sachs Special Situations Group and a member of its alternative energy investing team. Dan most recently led the team’s effort in the solar industry. He was directly involved with its investments in First Solar and SunEdison, while also advising on technology and financing for Goldman’s activities in solar power plant development. During his time at Goldman Sachs, Dan also researched and evaluated investments in other areas, including renewable project finance, thermal power generation and the carbon economy. Before joining the Special Situations Group, Dan was a spot currency market-maker on the Foreign Exchange desk at Goldman Sachs.
Dan holds a B.S. degree with distinction in management science and engineering from Stanford University, with a concentration in financial and decision engineering.