Landowners with available acreage in Washington and Oregon may be great candidates for leasing land for large solar projects. These projects generate lease revenue for you, provide electricity for local utilities, and help increase our energy independence using clean sources of renewable energy.
It can take several years to develop, design and build a solar farm. Short-term lease payments are often provided during this development phase and long-term lease arrangements spanning 20+ years are negotiated before a project begins construction. Energy produced from a solar farm on your land is generally sold directly to local utilities to provide clean energy to the region around you. Solar developers handle the design, financing and construction of a project to make this possible.
A few key factors determine the feasibility of using land for solar developments:
Location near transmission lines and substations
Available acreage (with a minimum of 10 acres generally suggested)
Geological characteristics of land (flat slope, few rocks/trees)
Availability for long-term leases (20+ years)
A&R Solar has partnered with regional developers who have experience developing hundreds of megawatts of solar energy. Contact us using the form below. We’ll get back in touch shortly, ask a few more questions about the land, and help you determine the feasibility of providing your land for a solar energy project.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us more about your available land.