Savion is a utility-scale renewable energy developer focused on solar energy and energy storage development. Currently, Savion only develops projects in the United States.
What Savion Does Not Do:
*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.
Savion’s team of experts carefully consider all aspects of development to secure approvals and energy-related agreements necessary to facilitate the construction and operation of a solar or energy storage project. Just a few of the many key functions the Savion development team performs are outlined below:
You can learn more about our step-by-step development process here.
Our vision for the future includes a decarbonized U.S. electric grid with affordable renewable energy available in all markets. We believe our work in developing premium, long-term, utility-scale solar and energy storage projects contributes to that vision. The Savion name might be new to some, but our team consists of industry-leading experts with years of experience in successful utility-scale independent power project development.
Our headquarters is in Kansas City, Missouri, but most of our developers live and work in their respective project areas. Several are from rural and farming backgrounds and have extensive professional and personal experience in renewable energy.
Two of our core values are our commitment to customers and landowners and to operate with accountability to create and maintain valued partnerships. We believe our projects create value on a broad environmental scale, as well as generate local economic opportunities for the country’s rural and urban communities. Through our development process, we take care to minimize impact and maximize benefits for project landowners and host communities. We have an in-house environmental team of experts dedicated to the studies and examination of ecological and wildlife conditions. They also focus on cultural resource sensitivities, local planning criteria, and land use. Their oversight ensures our proposed projects remain in harmony with local residential and natural areas.