List of the 30 largest renewable energy developers in Texas 
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Get access to our list of the most important renewable energy developers from Texas as an excel file for 99,99€. Developers create new renewable assets like solar parks and wind farms. The list includes all Texas based developers from our map and further information (like executives’ names, contact details, etc.). The list includes free-of-charge updates and additional entries for one year, sent out via email.
Last update: 08th of May, 2023
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This list is an excerpt of our list of the 350 largest renewable energy developers in the United States
List of 3 large renewable energy developers from Texas
By being the leading state in the context of energy production and generating more than one fifth of the country’s domestically produced energy, Texas is one of the most important areas within the United Stated for energy developers. Since Texas provides a large area and many sunny days, it also features great potential for the renewable energy production – resulting in many renewable energy developers having their headquarter there. In the following, three energy suppliers with base in Texas will be presented.
1. OCI Solar Power
Based in San Antonio, the renewable energy developer realizes and operates solar photovoltaic projects. By providing not only sustainable energy but also economic benefits, OCI Solar Power implements their core values such as sustainability, commitment, innovation and excellence. Besides their own projects, they also support the fields of Biotechnology, Research, Environmental stewardship and many more.
2. NRG Energy
The stock-listed company (NYSE: NRG) with headquarters in Houston focuses on the development of onshore wind parks and solar farms. As NRG Energy strives for a more sustainable and reliable energy supply, the energy provider makes use of new digital technologies and management tools.
3. CLS Sustainable
CLS Sustainable is characterized by providing an all-in-one approach to sustainable energy solutions. The Fort Worth based developer is planning to invest $300M in renewable energy projects within this year after having already constructed 233MW of solar power throughout the last years. Thereby, the renewable energy developer is able to combine experience and expertise in the field of energy efficiency, solar energy as well as finance and operations.
Texas-based developers for wind farms, solar parks and more
Texas is known for its vast stretches of land – the perfect place for solar farms and wind farms. ATexas is known for its vast stretches of land – the perfect place for solar farms and wind farms. Accordingly, Texas is a popular state for renewable energy project developers. Project developers are central to the successful expansion of green energies. Developers select land, handle studies and permitting, plan and design the projects, and are closely linked to installation companies and other necessary stakeholders. Our list is the most extensive database of Texas-based renewable energy developers and gives a great overview of companies with a renewable energy project pipeline.
Continuous improvement of our lists through deal screening and crowdsourcing
In order to compile our list, our team screens every possible renewable energy deal in the United States, analyzes the involved parties and adds them to our database. Every project developer in our list can also be found in our directory. In case we missed a relevant North American renewable energy developer, you can submit a new listing here. In case we made an error on a certain firm – for instance not mentioning the installed capacity – you can always report an error on the respective page. Through crowdsourcing, we consequently improve our list. As our list is directly downloadable and editable in an Excel format, you can filter the entries according to your wishes, for example developers specialised in solar energy.
Included columns in our list
- Company Name
- Legal form
- Stock listed?
- Ticker symbol
- Onshore Wind
- Offshore Wind
- Hydrogen projects
- Energy storage
- LinkedIn Management
- Regional Focus
- Founding year
- Installed capacity in MW
Picture Sources: Yitzhak Rodriguez & Chuttersnap via Unsplash (08.05.2023)