If you own property that is suitable for renewable energy development, there may be a valuable resource just over your head that is currently passing you by. Renewable energy facilities like wind turbines and solar panels can help you cultivate that resource, providing a source of stable, predictable revenue for your family without significantly impacting your current land uses. This resource can be harvested without using any water, without creating any pollution, and without creating more work for you. By participating in a renewable energy project, you can help generate clean energy, new revenue for your community, and added financial security for your family.


Municipally owned electric utilities and electric cooperatives are always searching for ways to keep providing low-cost, reliable energy to their members. Renewable energy can offer great solutions for municipals and cooperatives by offering fixed price pricing for 20-25 years. Through a traditional Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), municipalities and cooperatives sign a contract to purchase a specified amount of energy from a renewable energy project for a specified length of time at a specified price. PPA’s are generally more attractive to utilities, municipalities, and electric cooperatives, because they remove fuel uncertainty, while addressing potential EPA regulations and water scarcity issues.


At Solimar Power Partners, we know our development success depends on collaboration. Renewable energy projects can bring great benefits to communities. These projects boost local economic development by generating significant tax revenues for local school districts and supplying an infusion of new income to local landowners and businesses. We use standard economic impact modeling tools to calculate the anticipated benefits each project will bring to its local community, and we share these estimates with local community members in the planning process. Renewal energy projects also bring great social benefit to local communities by producing electricity without generating any pollution or using water.

Solimar Power Partners conducts numerous studies throughout the development process to understand any impact our projects may have, and we site and design our facilities to minimize these impacts using industry best practices. Every jurisdiction is different. Projects at Solimar Power Partners always meet or surpass industry best practices and comply fully with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements.

We always strive to make sure local leasers are informed and kept updated on the progress of projects we are working on in their area. Regardless of the size of the project, the renewable energy development process is complex. From siting to environmental research, to permitting, leasing, and construction, our experienced team is available to answer questions, participate in community dialogues, and share information about our work and our plans.