1005 W 41st St, Suite 201, Austin, TX 78756


Caprock Renewables

Renewable Energy Development for a Better Tomorrow

Photo credit: "Rob Davis, Center for Pollinators in Energy"

About Us


A Clean Future

We are on a mission for a clean future through Renewable Energy Development. We value our partners and pride ourselves on respectable and transparent relationships. 


Our History

We have developed more than 1000MW solar, wind and storage projects, throughout Texas, New Mexico and the Caribbean.

Our team members have been a part of some of the most exciting energy developments in Texas in the last 10 years. Some of the projects we have been part of, include the Weberville 30MW solar project for Austin Energy, the largest Utility-Scale project in Texas up to now, the Caprock 80MW Wind Project, the Wildorado 160MW Wind Ranch project, and many more. We have extensive experience in developing battery storage projects, having developed 30MW of projects in the Caribbean. To deliver such results our team has created partnerships with some of the world's largest and most advanced energy companies such as NRG, EDF, LANCO, BELECTRIC, SAMSUNG, XTREMEPOWER, and more.


Pollinator-Friendly Solar Initiative

Working alongside local wildflower centers we want to create a Pollinator-Friendly atmosphere for our Renewable Energy Developments. 

(Photo Credit: Rob Davis, Center for Pollinators in Energy)

Meet The Team

Thanasis Iatrou | CEO


Raina Hornaday | GM


Alicia Sparrow | Administrator


William Webber, Jr. | EVP of Land Management & Project Development


Jason Tillman | VP Project Development


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Caprock Renewables

1005 W 41st St, Suite 201, Austin, TX 78756



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