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Accelergen Energy LLC

start up
United States - Austin, TX
  • 23/05/2023
  • Unknown
  • $30,000,000

Founded in late 2020, Accelergen Energy LLC is a greenfield renewable energy developer focused on utility-scale solar, solar plus storage, and standalone storage projects. The company is helping accelerate the energy transition to zero carbon power generation for the benefit of local communities and, in turn, a better planet.


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Thomas HouleFounder

Thomas Houle United States - Austin, Texas Metropolitan Area

Thomas (Tom) Houle is an energy industry executive with a solid record of creating and leading teams in renewable energy development, financing, and construction. He is well known for his expertise in project/platform origination, investment, financing, and partnership management.

Tom recently established Accelergen Energy and is building an experienced high-quality team with strong financial backing to invest in and commercialize development-stage utility scale renewable energy assets through to operations with a focus on solar, hybrid solar/storage and stand-alone storage.

He built and led his first team early in his career creating a power trading organization along with subsequent teams in the creation of a new electric utility and development of gas-fired power plants. Since transitioning to renewable energy development in 2004, Tom has led teams in the creation of a greenfield wind/solar development company, successful origination and investment in development platforms, individual projects, and project development, contracting, financing, and construction of ~1.6 GW of wind, solar generation, and battery storage assets.