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About Savion

Savion, LLC is one of the largest utility-scale solar and energy storage project development companies in the United States, with a growing project portfolio of more than 10 GW. Savion was formed when Macquarie’s Green Investment Group acquired the solar and energy storage unit of Tradewind Energy. Led by two of Tradewind Energy’s founders, Savion launched with a mature development business platform including a highly skilled and experienced development team. The company is committed to creating a decarbonized energy grid of the future by replacing the nation’s electric power generation with renewable sources and delivering electricity to diverse markets at lower cost to customers.

Company History

Savion emerged as an industry-leading organization following Macquarie’s Green Investment Group’s (GIG) acquisition of the solar and energy storage unit of Tradewind Energy. Built on a foundation of specialized expertise, the Savion team operates with a vision for the transformation of the country’s electricity supply to renewable sources.

Green Investment Group Limited (GIG) is a specialist in green infrastructure principal investment, project delivery and the management of portfolio assets, and related services. Its track record, expertise and capability make it a global leader in green investment, dedicated to supporting the growth of the global green economy. For further information, visit www.greeninvestmentgroup.com.


Key Facts


Founded

2019

Ownership

Savion, LLC is a part of the Green Investment Group and an indirect subsidiary of Macquarie Group Limited. Savion, LLC is a privately held company, and Macquarie Group Limited is an Australian publicly listed company.

Headquarters

Kansas City, Missouri

Partners and Customers

Commercial and industrials, investor‐owned utilities, cooperatives, municipalities, state and federal utilities, landowners, project host communities, county leadership

U.S. Presence

Workforce of over 90 professionals serving customers across the United States. Solar and energy storage development across portions of the Regional Transmission Organization including the Eastern Interconnection and Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), the Southwest Power Pool (SPP), the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO), as well as select jurisdictions within the PJM Interconnection.

Technologies

Utility-scale solar
Stand-alone battery storage
Co-located solar + battery storage

Expertise

  • Utility-scale solar power project development
  • Utility-scale energy storage project development
  • Project design and engineering
  • Transmission interconnection and delivery
  • Meteorology
  • Environmental studies
  • Land acquisition (real estate/title/mineral work)
  • Permitting
  • Financial analysis
  • Origination and energy marketing
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and resource mapping systems
  • Project acquisition and due diligence
  • Energy storage integration

Projects

Please visit our project pages for solar and energy storage project development information.


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Media Contact

Kelly Cooper, Parris Communications
(816) 931-8900
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