Before you lease your land to a solar farm, you should know why it’s a good idea and understand your own reasons for doing it. First, take a look at your land. If it’s a flat, open space that’s 20 to 25 acres, your land is a good candidate for an average-sized solar panel farm. You should also know that once a solar developer installs the solar panels, they’ll have very little impact on the physical state of your land. However, the presence of solar panels can improve your future land values. Land leasing for solar also provides you with a steady, reliable income.
While these are great benefits, you should also know your own personal reasons for leasing the land to a solar farm. Do you want to get involved with renewable energy? Do you want to help generate renewable energy and help distribute it into your community? If you do, you should lease your land to a solar developer.