List of three Renewable Energy Investors from Texas

List of three Renewable Energy Investors from Texas

This article is based on our list of the 150 largest renewable energy investors in North America containing general contact details, company details as well as information about the investor type and asset focus. The list also offers personal contact information.

Texas is not only famous for their oil industry but also for its huge share in the country’s domestically produced energy – and investors know that too! As it was the first state in the nation to produce electricity powered by wind energy, the start of renewable energy generation was made early on. Today, the state is not only very present in the branch of wind energy but it also considered as one of the leading states within the solar energy potential. Therefore, many renewable energy investors are headquartered in Texas of which some will be highlighted in this article.

1. Leeward Renewable Energy

With headquarter in Dallas, the renewable energy investor places its focus on solar farms and onshore wind parks. Since the founding in 2003, Leeward Renewable Energy was able to install a total capacity of 2000MW. Striving to drive their purpose of growth-oriented renewable energy generation forward, the portfolio company of OMERS Infrastructure, actively aspires to realize new developments and acquisition opportunities.

2. Vesper Energy

With the goal of contributing to a sustainable, decarbonized future, the Houston based renewable energy investor owns energy storage facilities across the United States. By accelerating innovative solutions with their investment approach, Vesper Energy commercialized more than 680MW of solar projects.

3. Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners

In February 2021, Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners was awarded with the Investment Fund of the Year – ESG Investing Awards. This achievement clarifies that the Houston based company is very aware of its responsibility and therefore actively taking on the challenge of the energy transition. By striving for an enduring impact and the pursuit of environmental, social and governance goals, the renewable energy investor manages 11.2 GW of renewable energy and transition assets.

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