547 Energy invests in and partners with innovative companies and development platforms around the globe that focus on cleantech, renewable power, energy efficiency, grid resilience or the digitalization of the energy sector.

Below is a select list of our active investments and partners.

Aer Soléir

547 Energy partnered with European clean energy industry veteran, Andy Kinsella, to launch a new company with a mission of developing, constructing, owning, and operating a multi-gigawatt portfolio of onshore wind, solar and energy storage projects throughout Europe.  The new platform, Aer Soléir, will be headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. 

BlueFloat Energy

With a corporate vision of accelerating the global deployment of offshore wind as a key enabler for the energy transition and economic growth, BlueFloat Energy is developing offshore wind energy projects in multiple geographies. BlueFloat Energy was founded by a team of floating offshore wind pioneers with extensive knowledge and hands-on experience in executing floating offshore wind projects.

CleanArc Data Centers

CleanArc Data Centers is changing the future of data center power by bridging clean energy with best-in-class data centers. Supported by 547 Energy, CleanArc Data Centers brings together data center and energy industry veterans to lead hyperscalers through their clean energy transition.


ENORA is a subsidiary of ENTEKA S.A., which was established in 1984 and is one of the leading Greek companies in the renewable energy sector in Greece. 547 Energy has partnered with ENORA to pursue wind and solar energy projects.


NetOn is a renewable energy development platform focused on the development and operation of self-consumption energy projects for commercial and industrial (“C&I”) customers throughout southern Europe. NetOn is led by Alberto Martin, a leading executive in the clean energy industry, and is based in Spain.

Realized investments:

ConnectGen LLC

ConnectGen was founded by a group of like-minded energy professionals who have collectively developed, built, financed and operated billions of dollars’ worth of energy projects. In March 2024, Repsol acquired ConnectGen from 547 Energy.

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