About Azimuth Renewables

Azimuth Renewables is a full-service solar energy development company located in the heart of the Midwest.

We evaluate and assess your land for solar power options that will have the most significant benefit but the lowest impact on your land.

We are based in St. Louis, Missouri, but our scope is nationwide. We have a proven track record of working closely with local communities, like yours, to deliver clean, affordable utility-scale solar projects that benefit you and your community.

Affordable, Innovative & Creative Solutions

Strong partnerships are key. We work closely with landowners, county officials, utilities, and other community stakeholders from start to finish to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible.

Collaboration is critical to ensure that our projects have a positive impact on your community while also providing maximum performance for investors.

Azimuth Renewables works closely with our sister company Azimuth Energy to deliver technical expertise in the design, engineering, and construction of our projects. Founded in 2009, Azimuth Energy is an engineering, construction, and procurement company focused on solar energy, storage, microgrids, and energy efficiency projects.


Azimuth Renewables Leader David Bunge

David Bunge leads Azimuth Renewables. David has been developing utility-scale solar projects since 2007 and directly developed over 100MW of utility-scale solar projects throughout the United States. He has worked in all aspects of the solar industry, from manufacturing to finance, and joined Azimuth Renewable to deliver clean, affordable solar power to communities nationwide.

Before joining Azimuth Renewables, David served as Vice President of Strategic Development for Cypress Creek Renewables (CCR). In this role, David was instrumental in helping CCR deploy over 1.5GW of solar. Today, CCR has one of the most significant development pipelines in the United States and continues to deploy hundreds of megawatts of solar each year.

Do you have questions about the ways solar can benefit you and your land?