Landowners receive substantial payments to allow us to lease their land to construct and operate optimally sized solar and energy storage projects. Lease your land to earn reliable long-term income and deliver affordable clean energy to your community.
Once the lease term is completed and we decommission the solar site, the land will return to its natural state, since we strategically avoid grading and building additional roads as much as possible.
Since 2019, we have worked with over 400 land owners to develop 1,000+ parcels for optimally-sized solar projects.
Our long-term lease agreements provide you with the security of fixed, reliable payments for up to 40 years.
We take care of everything for you, from the initial land assessment to development and construction, as well as ongoing operations and maintenance.
Our solar projects minimize environmental damage while producing low-cost, renewable energy for your community.
David F., Landowner (California)
Over the last decade, David Ferro has grown increasingly worried about the future of his home and land in Marin County. Longer, more frequent, and more severe seasonal droughts combined with warmer temperatures have led to water scarcity and crop yield instability. At the same time, devastating wildfires have damaged nearby communities and led to extended power outages for his family and community.
Mr. Ferro signed an agreement to lease his land to Renewable America for a solar energy project that will deliver critical power to his community’s electric grid. This will not only provide him with the certainty of fixed long-term revenue, but it also empowers him to contribute to his community’s energy security.
Jeff J., Landowner (California)
We don’t expect you to be an expert in solar – that’s our job. We take care of development and continued operation management of our projects, so your experience is easy and seamless.
You simply get to enjoy dependable income through fixed lease payments. We respect you and your land, so we take care to minimize long-term environmental impacts and future disruptions throughout the process. When the project is decommissioned at the end of its life, we ensure that your land is restored to its original natural state.