Landowners

Unlock long-term recurring revenue with a solar lease

WHY LEASE

Leasing a portion of your land for solar development can create predictable and reliable cashflows for decades.

A solar lease can also give landowners the option to maintain control of their property at the same time. Aspen Power works closely with landowners to develop, finance, own and operate solar and storage projects from the initial lease option through development, construction and throughout the life of the solar project, including removal at the end of the project.

BENEFITS OF A LEASE

Recurring Income

Create predictable and reliable cashflows for several decades to come.

Ownership

By leasing property, you can maintain control over the land for the next generation.

UNLOCK VALUE

Monetize otherwise underutilized land; explore “agrivoltaics” that can coexist with crops.

MaKE A DIFFERENCE

Support energy independence by reducing our country’s reliance on foreign fuel sources and earn money while doing so.

OUR COMMITMENT

We have demonstrated a commitment to being a reliable partner to leaseholders.

As long-term system owners, we own the responsibility of being good stewards of the land as well. At the end of the lease term, Aspen Power is responsible for decommissioning the solar array and returning the land back to its original state.

Decommissioning a solar project involves fully restoring the land so that it can once again be used for agricultural production or another use. This includes de-compacting any compacted soil, supplementing areas as needed with native soils, revegetating the land to help with erosion and dust control or preparing it for agricultural use.

Get in touch with our team today

Complete this form, or contact our team directly to learn more:

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John Larkin
Director, Origination
646.465.7834 (direct line)
jlarkin@aspenpower.com

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    43 MW portfolio of 13 projects

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