Chuck Jordan

Founding Partner | 25 Years Experience

Chuck Jordan is a founding partner of Arroyo. Working with Mr. Field, Mr. Jordan directs the overall business development and daily operations. Chuck oversees transaction origination, negotiation and execution, as well as directing the commercial activities of Arroyo’s investments.

Prior to joining the Arroyo team in June 2003, Mr. Jordan worked as an advisor to Bear Stearns in examining investment opportunities within the domestic and international energy space.

Mr. Jordan has an extensive background in the domestic energy space from both a regulated and unregulated perspective. He previously served as a director for Mirant Corporation, the unregulated subsidiary of The Southern Company, where he was responsible for acquisitions, business development, origination and asset management in the southeastern United States. His efforts led to the acquisition of a portfolio of contracted generating assets and the development of over 1,200 MW of greenfield power generation projects. While at Mirant, Mr. Jordan was also responsible for asset management and short-term origination activities for more than 2,300 MW of unregulated generating capacity in the southeast.

Previously, Mr. Jordan served as a project director for Southern Company. In this role, Mr. Jordan was part of the team that developed the initial business plan and strategy for Southern Power (a subsidiary of Southern Company with over 8,700 MW of generation today).  At Southern Company, he was one of four executives selected to participate in the firm’s two-year executive development program.  The program included leadership assignments in corporate planning, trading, finance, asset development and fuels. Prior to this, Mr. Jordan was involved in all aspects of bulk power operations, trading and fleet optimization.

Mr. Jordan also served as a project lead for Harris Corporation, where his efforts led to the development of the generation dispatch control and interchange scheduling portions of the XA-21 Energy Management.

Mr. Jordan holds a MBA from the University of Alabama and a BS in electrical engineering from the University of South Alabama.