Start a Solar Farm

The thrust to find alternative sources of renewable energy has created solar farming as an opportunity for those in the agricultural sector. Do you have a farm or ranch or space that might be a good candidate for solar farming? Find out from our guide some basic information about this opportunity.

The interest of the government and many concerned groups in developing sources of renewable energy is creating opportunities for those in the agricultural sector.

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Biofuel production, for example, is creating a market for soybean farmers. Solar farming is another opportunity created by the drive to create cleaner forms of energy than those coming from traditional sources. Some governments are providing several million dollars to fund projects to put up community solar farms as part of their energy programs.

Solar Power as Alternative Energy Source

The sun can be a “free” source of electricity for homes, farms, and businesses through the use of photovoltaic (PV) systems that convert sunlight into a form of energy that can drive motors and power lightings.

If you have a farm or ranch as small as less than an acre, with open rooftops or a location that gets direct sunlight consistently throughout the day and whole year-round, you might consider installing a solar energy system as an alternative source of power. Having a solar energy system will allow you to produce your own electricity in a cleaner process.

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Solar Energy System Cost

A limiting factor when deciding to tap solar energy, however, is the large initial investment for the system. While getting power from the sun could eventually lower down electricity bills, there is an upfront cost to pay when installing a PV system.

The cost will depend on factors including where the PV system will be mounted, its size, and the supplier and installer of the equipment. It can range from around $20,000 to $40,000. And yet, if your site is far from power lines and to get electricity, you have to extend power lines, installing a solar energy system might still be less expensive.

Consult companies that specialize in selling and installing solar energy systems. They can advise you on investment needs and whether your site is suitable for a solar energy system. One company providing solar electricity installation around the country is Clear Skies Solar, Inc.

You can maximize the value of your investment by getting additional income for whatever surplus electricity you may have. Find opportunities to sell surplus power to other homes and farms for added income. Also research for available solar tax credits, rebates, and federal grants that you may avail of. Visit these resources: American Solar Energy Society, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service, National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.

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  • kambar said on December 13, 2009
    Dear Sir, I have a farm in Kerala, India would like to install solar energy and how much cost will be for this. Kindly send me details. With regards,, +966595411938
  • Mothepu Mohlouoa said on February 8, 2010
    Dear Sir, I have a 10 acre farm which I would like to start a Solar Farm on can you please advice how to go about and how much will it cost
  • Dan said on February 20, 2010
    I am interested in helping provide resources and maybe even capital into solar farming. please email: Dan your contact info at:
  • Ron Milne said on February 24, 2010
    Dan. I live in Santa Barbara, California, USA. Have a contractor license and am interested in starting a Family owned Solar Farm. What can you offer? Sincerely, Ron Milne
  • Mary Gregori said on March 12, 2010
    I live in Hammonton, New Jersey, US and am interested in starting a family solar farm on five acres of land. Does the government offer rebate incentives to residential property owners interested in solar farming? I am presently in the process of having a ground mounted system installed for our personal use. Please advise. Thank you, Mary Gregori
  • NILESH GHATE said on March 18, 2010
    Dear sir, i am electrical manager. I am interested in solar power project. i have my farm of two acres . So send me the guideline to start the same & subsidy provided by government. Thanks
  • Jagdish said on April 5, 2010
    Dear Sir, I have 2 acres of land in UP india, would like to start a solar farm. Can you please advise how to go about and let me know the costing. Would appreciate your timely response. Thanks.
  • John DiNapoli said on April 8, 2010
    Hi, I Have a 20 acre farm in NJ. Would like to start a solar farm. Thank you for your help in this matter.
  • Michael Todd said on April 19, 2010
    Hi, in Sacramento Ca with 9.5 acres and would like to start a solar Farm. any help would be greatly appreciated. Michael
  • Debarshi Basak said on April 19, 2010
    My name is debarshi basak from mumbai india. what cost will i have to pay to install a solar farm across an acre of land??
  • Nanarao said on May 17, 2010
    i have an agriculture land of around 4 acres in Maharashtra, district Buldhana. i want to do solar farming, can i do. how much electricity i will be able to generate in this 4 acres of land. your guidance is required.
  • Syed Muhammad Ali Shah said on May 17, 2010
    sir i am interested in installing the solar energy system at my farm for the usage of electrical appliance up to the power of 50horse power. i would like your guidance in this view. can you tell me approximate price for installing this? what would be the life of solar energy panels. my farms are located in DISTRICT TANDO ALLAHYAR SINDH PAKISTAN. I WILL BE WAITING FOR YOUR REPLY.
  • Cheatan Mahajan said on May 26, 2010
    Dear Sir/ Madam, I have 15 Acre of land and i am interesting in solar farming as temperature in our terrain is 48-49degree Celsius. please guide me in this regard and also subsidies, procedures etc.
  • john said on May 30, 2010
    I have about 1.5 acres of land and I'm interested in a solar farm. I live in south Carolina. Would the power company be interested in buying power from a small solar farm.
  • Rob said on May 31, 2010
    i'm interested in purchasing some land in canada ontario. please send me details on costs and payback values, grants ect, thank you
  • N K Nayak said on May 31, 2010
    We have 20 acre land in Bolangir Distt. of Orissa. We want to make some modern agricultural farm for which we need electricity. If we adopt Solar energy what will be the cost of the project, can we sell any extra power generated to the grid, also can we benefited through earning and selling of CER. please advice
  • Ashish Dongre said on June 4, 2010
    Hello everyone, First of all i thank you all and appreciate your interest in solar power. Let me introduce myself as a representative of a fastly growing institution from central India in the solar business. We are having a couple of large solar farm projects under pipeline which may be central India's biggest. Our company has highly qualified and experienced staff for r & d for solar panels. We deal in semiconductors,LED lights,solar street lights,solar home lighting and other solar powered products. We can help you for the solar farm project. For details contact Ashish Dongre, Technosafe Electrical Services. 9730033950, 02030228751
  • Christian N. Kraus said on June 16, 2010
    My family and I live on approximately ten acres of completely open pasture land in rural southeastern Georgia. We are very interested in starting an energy farm, utilizing both solar and wind energy production as its goal. Anyone in the Georgia area who could help us would be GREATLY appreciated. Regards.
  • Divyang Thaker said on June 22, 2010
    I am interested in starting solar farm in rural maharashtra ( India ). The land available to me is around 55,000 sq. mt. Please provide me with details of manufacturers of solar panels and what after sales service they can give in India. Can they help with the installation of the Power plant or the sub station. Heard there are carbon panels which are more effective than the P.V. panels. Can you give details of this panels.
  • Thomas Reed said on June 22, 2010
    I have 60 acres in central Alabama that I want to put a solar farm on. It is flat and can be cleared asap for installation. I can be reached at 504 975 2419.
  • joe kelly said on June 25, 2010
    i live in san antonio, tx and have about 10 acres south of town. I would like to start a solar farm. please, any info, such as reliable manufacturers, and the average cost that electric companies pay per watt or kilowatt would be helpful.
  • prashant gawali said on July 9, 2010
    hello sir, my self prashant and i have an 65 acre non agriculture land at sangli dist maharashtra
  • Judy Grace said on July 11, 2010
    Hello, I have 10 acres in Morongo Valley Ca (20 minutes northwest of Palm Springs ca.). A friend of mine is taking courses in Solar Energy and installation and he tells me that my land would be a good place for a solar farm. I'm interested in leasing my land to people or a company that wants to run a solar farm. My land is zoned for agriculture. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you :)
  • aakash said on July 12, 2010
    hello sir . i want to start up my own solar power plant. i am a student. please tell me what should i study to start a solar power plant. as i want to do that business. my land is in gujarat. it is the best place for solar plant, please prvide me some knowledge
  • Ashish Dongre said on July 12, 2010
    Hello Mr.Chetan Mahajan & Mr Prashant Gawali, Thanks for your interest in such an innovative concept. For any type of assistance regarding solar farm, please feel free to contact on the following details, Regards, Ashish Dongre, Product Manager (Solar), Technosafe Electrical Services. Pune Office: The Pentagon, Office no: 608, Near Panchami hotel, Pune- Satara road, Parvati, Pune-411009. Ph.: 09373167160, 9372331247, 9730033950, 02030228751
  • Power-x said on July 13, 2010
    We can help in starting a solar farm. Please contact Zia Khan at (209) 465-0296 or Please note New Jersey is a great state for Solar Farms
  • sam sheraf said on July 14, 2010
    I like to start a commercial solar farm to generate 2MW power. and being able to expand into 10 MW . please help me with some $ # time frame , financing for panels and other system parts , land preparation . fencing . maintenance , profit and loss of the operation , time to ROI $, or break even ? thank you . .
  • rodney turner said on July 20, 2010
    I am vice President of a solar company in North Carolina. We have experience worldwide. E-mail me and we can get you started.
  • Richard Hensley said on July 20, 2010
    I live in Bryan OH, USA. i currently have no land that i own. i have had the idea for a solar farm for probably 10 yrs now. I am very interested in starting a solar farm, was looking for cost per acre to install solar panel system for commercial farming and if possible any other info that would be useful in following this avenue. I am very interested to know costs of starting this and possible production outcomes to evaluate whether I should attempt doing this in my area.
  • Basavaraj Balehosur said on July 24, 2010
    Sir, I want to start a commercial solar farm please advice me about investment, capacity, suitable place & land requirement. Thanking You. Haveri/Karanataka/India
  • David Nobles said on July 24, 2010
    I live in Texas, USA. I have five acres that I would like to develop into a solar farm. I live in a very rural area and there is lots of potential for growth. I am looking for investors to help with Initial start-up and six month operating capital. Only serious inquires will be answered. Please email me at if interested in further discussions. Please put solar farm in topic line. Keep in mind I have a spam blocker, so please fill out the allowed sender request so I can allow you through.
  • R.Ramesh said on July 25, 2010
    Am Ramesh having 16 years experience in solar photo voltaic module manufacturing unit who needs help as a consultants to set up PV Module Manufacturing unit to meet as per the global standard IEC, UL, BRE, and designing of Solar system like Home lighting system, Solar street light, solar power plants to form house and also selection of raw material suppliers required to make solar modules. Contact interested investors to cell # +91 0 9845111580
  • John Lytle said on July 27, 2010
    I have 56 acres in Louisiana and 100 acres near the California/Nevada state line. I have researched the solar farm industry and spoken with several companies: some want to take me all the way to permit, however they want large fees just to get there. I feel a pension fund or hedge fund group could benefit tremendously with the tax incentives, write offs and other incentives. I can be reached at 949-679-0625 (California time) or email:
  • Alex Blasscyk said on July 30, 2010
    Please contact me if you are interested in selling or leasing your property for solar.
    - New Jersey Property (sorry no other states)
    - Can not be Farmland Preservation
    - 50 plus acres is required (unless you are located next to a substation)
    - I will buy or lease the land
    Email me today,
  • M Latif said on August 6, 2010
    I am interested to start small solar power manufacturing business in UK. Can you kindly supply me information of the supplier of machinery for the solar power manufacturing systems.
  • Marvine Jenkins said on August 8, 2010
    What is typical for an electric company to pay for the lease of farm land to put up solar panels on it. We have a 200 acre farm in PA and have been offered 1,000 per acre but we feel that it is worth more. Are most of these companies neg on their offers?
  • anthony c said on August 10, 2010
    my parents and i own 160ac. very near the grid. in san bernardino, CA. we were offered (verbally)$15K-20K per ac. payable in 3 years. I believe this property has potential to become an income producer. How can I get funding for such a project? If I can not develop property into solar farm ourselves, I am afraid we will have to sell to "them". Thanks for your advice... anthony
  • Alex Blasscyk said on August 14, 2010
    1k per usable acre / 20 to 30 year lease agreement. Thanks... Alex Blasscyk
  • April Woodall said on August 25, 2010
    Just inherited 21 acres of land in Alpine, Alabama. Seeking more info on leasing the land for a solar farm or cell phone towers. Thanks
  • Louis Nnamuchi said on August 25, 2010
    I am an Electronic Engineer trained in England. I have space for solar farms and for other Agric outfits. Any genuine interested entrepreneur should contact me for partnership . Engr. Louis Nnamuchi No7 Town School Road Emene -Enugu, Nigeria. GSM PHONE-+2348035078757 or +2348055989398
    We are an advisory and financial consultant for renewable energy projects. we fund renewable energy projects. We would be interested to take up the projects that require funding or turnkey kinds. you can get us at 9820124145
  • Donald said on August 27, 2010
    parish county, louisiana United States. need more info on leasing the land for solar farm have about 30 acres of land with timber trees that have been cut about a year ago, maybe more land when I receive more information to present to others.
  • Nick said on August 31, 2010
    I am from the caribbean with loads of Sun and i have 1 acre of land in the island of Barbados. i would like to know how much panels and procedures to start a solar farm
  • vishal makharia said on September 2, 2010
    Any one looking for setting up a solar power plant in rajasthan india plz contact: or 9414059982
  • SHYAMAL ROY said on September 7, 2010
    I am having a land about 10,000 sq.ft.Part of the land I will construct a double storied residential building, a bore hole pump & green house for medicinal plants. Apprx. power requirement will be 10KW, 3phase. What will be the cost? How much subsidy will be paid by Govt.for this? Also pl.intimate in case of no direct sunlight during rainy season & other period, the system can take care of electricity requirement. Further to inform you that there is no power line of any voltage near by(2KM radius).
  • Edward said on September 7, 2010
    I have 2,000 acres in South Carolina and I'm curious to know the requirements for installing a large solar farm. Does the government offer funding?
  • Michael Greco said on September 8, 2010
    I'm a solar designer in NJ & NY.. if you have any questions.
  • Alan Stephenson said on September 8, 2010
    I am in Durham, NC and have farmland and want info on a SOLAR FARM operation. Please contact me asap
  • Frances Lane said on September 9, 2010
    I have 85 acres a solar company wants to lease for a solar farm. Who do I contact for information as to price for the lease, per acre per month. Is there a knowledgeable agent I can contact for information ? Would appreciate some help.
  • anthony navarro said on September 15, 2010
    I have a farm that is around 50 acres can u please send me more information in regards to cost of setting up a solar farm on the outskirts of the city of Adelaide, Australia. Also any other prerequisites i need to know in accordance to legalities. Kind Regards, Anthony Navarro
  • kuldeep said on September 16, 2010
    I have 3 acres of land in rewari (haryana)at front of N.H 71 and I want to start a solar farm on it.If any types of government scheme about it then help me.
  • Carmen H Reyes said on September 28, 2010
    Hi, I got 14.25 ac in 29 palms california close to marines base, and i like to have some information to start a solar farms, or some one to go as a joint venture, since i got the land that can be good for solar farm. you can email me at sincerely. Carmen.
  • Opportunity said on September 29, 2010
    Ontario has introduced the worlds newest FIT program for the installation and operation of Solar Farms. Landowners who have non-agriculture graded property can benefit by working with an Engineering, Procurement & Construction company such as Northern Electric Energy to develop their property. For more information go to or for information and advice.
  • Brian Vesco said on September 30, 2010
    I have 75 acres in Lamar, South Carolina USA and would like to see if a solar farm is feasible. Thanks
  • Russ Renner said on September 30, 2010
    I have a 700 acres in Northwest Wyoming. Local REA is in favor of a solar farm. I already have the needed transformers in place. I need info on how to get grants etc. Tax credits? A good reliable solar panel company. Sincerely, Russ
  • Sven Levister said on October 3, 2010
    I just recently found this information and own 300 acres just outside of Raleigh N.C. Please contact me with an potential interest in solar farming. You can contact me a 980-253-6504.
  • henry said on October 6, 2010
    hi. i was looking in buying land and setting up a solar farm. would it be possible for me to get some information about this. ex. cost, incentives, permits, how much power can be made on each acre, etc. any type of information that would be beneficial.
  • daven said on October 10, 2010
    nice to read so many people interested in the solar farm, we are company that is building more than 500 MW of solar farms across the country if anyone wants to either have a joint venture or willing to sell right kind of land near the transmission lines than contact me we are based in austin tx
  • Thomas Juba said on October 11, 2010
    Located in NC, I can provide solar panel systems for solar farming, roofs, and other uses. If you have the land or wishing to invest I would be interested to joint venture the use of such products. My brother's firm is a highrise glazing contractor and now also produces solar panel systems as a manufacturer.
  • Janice Dozier said on October 17, 2010
    Hi I'm looking to sell my 4.95 acres of land right off 521 highway in manning south carolina to any agencies or companies looking to build solar panels for farming, electricity, heating etc, if any one interested in buying the 4.95 acres contact me at above E-mail.
  • Janice Dozier said on October 17, 2010
    I've been trying for a long time to lease the 4.95 acres and no luck with that so I decided to sell it.
  • Archie said on October 18, 2010
    I'm located in NE Louisiana and have 40 acres of farm land. What do I need to do to start a Solar Farm? Will I be able to sell power to homes and the the Utility Companies? Thanks in advance for your time and assistance.
  • Lee R Smith said on October 19, 2010
    Hi, I am glad that there is so much interest in the solar field. I 'invented' a solar system myself years ago but it used (consumed) water in making steam for a turbine type generator even in a 'closed' system. I have since decided that photovoltaic is the way to go. No water used and that is a good thing. I would like to build a solar farm, or do maintenance on an existing one. I am very excited about this field...I think that the more people making solar power the better. Please contact me with any information or job offer at my e-mail address. I will re-locate! Lee in AZ
  • Drew said on October 20, 2010
    My dad has a farm in NC. There is about 40-80 acres of flat unused farmland on either side of a fair-quality gravel driveway. I would like to lease this land to a solar power specialty company for purposes of selling the power back to Duke Energy. There is actually a Hi-Z power line easement through the farm. The farm is currently in "hobby" phase for my dad and a solar panel section could coexist easily. Only about miles from High Point (pop. 70,000). North Carolina, USA
  • Drew said on October 20, 2010
    Update to above, 10 miles outside High Point, NC. Drew email is
  • kirk said on October 20, 2010
    Looking for landowners in Louisiana ONLY who have acerage available for potential solar farm projects. Ideal locations would be close to existing utility transmission lines and would have plots of approximately 30 to 50 acres available. email:
  • ram prakash said on October 24, 2010
    sir, we have a 20 acre land near vijayawada in krishna dist. Andhra pradesh, Inadia. we are planning to start a solar farm project in that place. There are electricity lines running in the village with a less house-hold area. we are very excited towards the venture. looking forward for your assistance. thank you.
  • Anis Tinwala said on October 28, 2010
    We have lands in different locations in maharashtra. We have 5 acres of land near sangli district of maharashtra. The climate is definitely suitable for this kind of project. Kindly let us know what is the exact procedure for this & how to go about it.
  • Franklin Wright said on December 8, 2010
    My family own 65 acre of land in Rock Hill SC 29730 and was looking to lease it out for a solar farm
  • Jonas said on December 9, 2010
    If you have a California parcel 50 acres or greater and are interested in leasing your land for a solar farm, contact me at I will evaluate your property and help you broker a long term lease of your land.
  • alfred Dixon said on December 9, 2010
    I am interested in locating a solar farm in the wake county N.C. And Duplin County N.C. Areas. What is the average cost per mega watt to build a solar farm. Also I am interested in building a 20 mega watt solar farm in Nigeria, West Africa to energize a proposed resort
  • Engg Khalid Ansari said on December 11, 2010
    we are manufacturing solar panel in Pakistan on German Q cell these panel are of high quality and low prices if anybody is interested to purchase we can offer him/her on factory prices THANKS
  • elvira/jose puentes said on December 14, 2010
    hello, We are looking to rent/lease 2.3 acres of land. In Tonopah Arizona we have no experience, but willing to learn. We are positive we would like to lease for solar farming please respond asap. Much much thanks, elvira/jose puentes, 623) 205- 0836, 806 e. Amelia ave. Phoenix Az.85014
  • Guy Roberge said on December 16, 2010
    I own land (30 acres) in Arundel, Maine on U.S. Rt. 1 and would like to know if it could be profitable to build a solar farm here. Any information on costs, grants, incentives and funding would be greatly appreciated. Guy Roberge 608 Elm St. Biddeford, Me 04005 E-mail
  • vankss said on December 19, 2010
    Hi We can give guidance in developing solar farm and even have joint venture for developing the same if it is in India. Only my advise to entrepreneurs is it is not cheap without any incentive from government.
  • Bo Whittle said on December 23, 2010
    Main Office is in Southern NJ. I must say, I read the article above, and the readers comments, and am a little concerned about a key part that was left out of all of this. As an owner of a Solar Company that installs, services, repairs, maintains and builds solar utility facilities, I have yet to see any comments on the Feasibility study that has to be done on any solar project. No company in the industry , that is legitimate, does not do anything, until a full study has been performed. And by the way, this study is paid for by the owner of any potential project. So before anyone, thinks that owning or building a solar farm does not require a capital outlay, you need to talk to a company that is going to be totally upfront with you about costs directly associated with any project. And as always, this study is needed before an exact cost can be calculated.
  • jayne said on December 27, 2010
    I have 80 acre in Ariozna will lease it out for solar farm. the land is on Highway 66 by Cholla Power in Joseph City AZ frontage road 4801
  • lester said on January 5, 2011
    i am looking for feasibility study for solar commercial in mid ga.,"used" for small city southeast solar facility with high unemployment 13%. will give tax credit for gift.
  • Michael Bell said on January 6, 2011
    I have 10 acres in Cantonment Fl, I would like to lease my land to a solar energy company. the land is already cleared of trees, and the land is on top of a hill, it gets full sun all day long.
  • mark said on January 9, 2011
    We have 20, 80, 10 acres lots in Palmdale (los angeles county). We would like to either joint venture or lease these lots for solar farm. Please send more info.
  • kamini singh said on January 12, 2011
    I have 5 acres of land in Galt California and would like to lease for solar farming.Please send information and details.
  • Satheesh said on January 13, 2011
    Hi, I would like to know how solar energy can be made use of in a rural area in India-Karnataka state-Tirthahalli taluk which is a heavy rainfall area from June till October. The soil is mostly laterite and the main crops are paddy(Oriza sativa) & Areca(Areca katachu). Because the terrain is hilly and supply of electricity is erratic, need alternate energy for domestic & agricultural needs. We have around 10 acres agri. land.
  • Madanmohan Chawla said on January 17, 2011
    We offer integrated solutions to start solar farm of installed capacity upto 100kW in Ontario, and 5 MW in India. Please complete the "contact us" webpage on Nuworld Research website and propose how we can work together to start solar farms.
  • Phil said on January 20, 2011
    I have 50 acres in eastern Colorado and would like more information on the cost and return of a solar farm.
  • Madan Syal said on January 23, 2011
    I have 167+ acres of hilly land, in California. I would like to know if there is any interest to lease it for the production of SOLAR AND/OR WIND ENERGY. THE WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD HAS LOTS OF WINDMILLS.
  • Taylor Morrison said on January 24, 2011
    If your needing a grant written for Solar Farms . . email me: I charge $1K down and the remaining $1k when you get your grant money
  • Kusam Avinash said on January 25, 2011
    i am having 5 acres of land in chennai, Tamilnadu, india, i am interested in setting up a on-grid solar pv system. please let me know in 5 acres land how much i can generate power and the procedure to sell it to the government.
  • Ramesh said on January 27, 2011
    Dear, Kusam Avinash. If you need solar PV project details send your inquiry to my mail id
  • eva yang said on January 28, 2011
    we are looking for solar farm project in new jersey my email address is :
  • murari said on January 29, 2011
    We have 10 acre land in Alwar District Rajasthan India . We want any joint partner to install solar power manufacturing industry. phone- 9910155255
  • Aston Solar said on February 3, 2011
    Please contact us if you are interested in selling or leasing your property for solar.
    - NJ and PA Property
    - Can not be Farmland Preservation
    - At least 10 acres open land is required (unless you are located next to a substation)
    - We will buy or lease the land
    Email me today,
  • Venkat said on February 6, 2011
    Hi, I have 108 Acres of land suitable for Solar Farming in one of the warmest & brightest areas in India. Please feel free to contact me on 9900570876. I would be interested either leasing this property or developing it in a joint venture.
  • SolarEvaluationatnocost said on February 6, 2011
    Interested land owners in US for developing or leasing your land for solar send a request to to get a free evaluation, financial analysis report of your solar project.
  • Dawn Althouse said on February 7, 2011
    Hello- I am interested in leasing or buying 100 acres for Solar Farming in California PG&E Pacific Gas and Electric territory. No investment capital required. Huge profit sharing opportunity for land owner!
  • Harry said on February 13, 2011
    Hi we are a group of people buying farm land and we only want to buy something can pay us back. so please kindly send me info on solar projects if we can lease our land to any company. right now we have 300 hundred acres in shelbourne ont ca and we recently got 1 wind turbine on one of our farm its 22 year lease agreement. we are interested in solar project. please contact me back. thanks
  • Vincent Anthony onyango said on February 14, 2011
    Hello I am based in Kenya east Africa. We are interested in setting up solar farms in the arid and semi arid areas in Kenya. The areas receive plenty of sunshine all year round. We would like to generate solar power for local use in the semi arid areas and sell excess power to the Kenya power generation company through the national power grid. There are large tracks of under utilized open land that can be hired for the purposes of setting up the Solar farms. We are looking for both technology a investors who are interested in teaming up with our company to realize the project.
  • J. Johnson said on February 14, 2011
    Hi, I have an 100-acre farm in South Georgia, U.S.A. I am really interested in starting a Solar Farm, and I need an Advisor in this field that can give advice in the following: Cost of Start up, if there are Govt. grants, and investors who will be interested in teaming up with our company to see the whole scope of the project, ASAP? Your help will be greatly appreciated.
  • M. warnon said on February 15, 2011
    I have 35 acres in Washingtonville, NY USA. What are the possibilities to start a Solar farm in the north East? Any grants available? Thanks
  • Shashwat said on February 17, 2011
    Dear Sir, I am a LED lighting designer. I have several land holdings throughout India, and sincerely wish to set up Solar farms in almost all. Please suggest and show a platform to start. Thank you
  • Michelle Y. Coe said on February 20, 2011
    I would like to know the cost to develop a solar farm in the following locations, the buyers for the energy and financing/incentives: Indianapolis, IN. Orlando, FL. Miami, FL San Diego, CA


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