Advances in solar siting and array construction have created opportunities for farmers and landowners.
Advances in solar siting and array construction have created opportunities for farmers and landowners. Solar leases can generate additional income for landowners. Smaller projects can generate electricity for on-farm use, reducing operating costs. Solar panels can be sited on farm buildings and less productive land to ensure that they don’t conflict with agricultural production. Increasingly, “dual-use” designs allow solar and agriculture to be co-located. The following resources can help you learn more and decide if a solar array could support your operation while keeping your best land available for agriculture.
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