Hexagon Energy is an independent energy development firm. We believe that the path to a clean energy future requires a range of new sources and technologies. We develop projects across six diverse energy solutions with one common goal—powering a clean future.
Over the past 13 years, the principals of Hexagon Energy have developed and financed over 6,500 MW of energy, representing over $1 billion USD in invested capital. We bring this experience and insight to every project.
We pursue the best opportunities across all new energy technologies, building a diverse and balanced portfolio. Our team has developed projects, large and small, from a multitude of energy sources in the U.S. and abroad.
We are a sophisticated development team with the skill to lead projects from start to finish. Our size and experience provide flexibility coupled with dedicated, personal service.
Hexagon Energy develops projects across six new energy solutions.
Solar energy is the fastest growing source of energy in the U.S. Having developed more than 400 MW of solar energy, the Hexagon team brings mature and efficient development services to underserved markets and niche opportunities.
Wind energy was the largest source of new electricity in the U.S. in 2014. With roots in the wind industry dating back to 2002, the Hexagon team has developed over 6,000 megawatts of wind energy. Hexagon is targeting emerging technologies, sites, and approaches that can yield higher production at lower cost.
Plentiful, consistent, and predictable, wave energy has the ability to provide renewable base load power to some of the world’s most populated regions. Hexagon Energy is planning early development projects that capitalize on strong government incentives and unique geographic constraints.
The world’s oldest source of renewable energy, biomass power (or biopower) generation is expected to grow more than fivefold over the next 25 years. Hexagon is exploring advances in technology that are creating new opportunities for biopower.
Geothermal energy has the ability to provide consistent base load power with a small footprint. Because of this, geothermal power is forecasted to be one of the fastest growing sources over the next 25 years. Hexagon is exploring new applications for geothermal power, both in the US and abroad.
Energy storage provides the ability to better manage our power supply, promoting a more stable and efficient electrical infrastructure. Energy storage includes a wide array of technical solutions deployed alone or in combination with energy sources such as solar and wind. Hexagon Energy is currently pursuing both integrated and standalone energy storage projects.
Founder and CEO
Matt is the founder of Hexagon Energy. He is an experienced entrepreneur, previously founding and managing successful renewable energy companies including Greenlight Energy (wind), HelioSage (solar), and Columbia Power Technologies (wave).
Acting Chief Development Officer
Dave is the acting Chief Development Officer for Hexagon Energy. In this capacity, he is responsible for the development of Hexagon’s portfolio of renewable energy projects across the US.
Drew is the Managing Director of Hexagon Energy. In this capacity, he is responsible for overseeing strategic direction and general operations of the company.
Director of Engineering
Nick is the Director of Engineering for Hexagon Energy. He is responsible for the engineering and design of our renewable energy systems.
Steve joined Hexagon Energy in early 2015 as a Development Manager. His responsibilities include market research and analysis, as well as energy sales.
Adam serves as a Development Manager for Hexagon Energy. He is responsible for the development and management of wind and solar energy projects.
Scott serves as a Development Manager for Hexagon Energy. He applies his engineering background and international development experience in the evaluation of new technologies and projects.
Associate Development Manager
Buzz serves as an Associate Development Manager for Hexagon Energy. He is responsible for the development and management of solar energy projects.