We work closely with landowners nationwide to protect and maximize the value of their land by hosting solar energy. We believe in long-term partnerships with our landowners that hinge on open communication and shared economic benefit, and our goal is to simplify the process – from site identification, to infrastructure, to permitting and zoning – to ensure a successful project.
Generous lease and purchase terms.
Clear communication and partnership for every step of development.
No responsibility for equipment or development.
A long-term lease can provide income for generations to come.
Acadia only needs the physical address of the property to begin assessing its suitability for a solar project. If you can provide any additional specifics, such as the historical use and ownership, all the better.
Our lease and purchase terms are designed to be attractive to landowners. We evaluate each property within its respective market to establish a fair and beneficial price for both parties. We understand there is a lot you can do you with your land and we want to make sure your decision to host a renewable energy facility is one that you and your family will benefit from and be proud of for years to come.
This depends on the size of the solar project, but generally construction takes 6-12 months.
Solar, wind and battery storage are renewable energy resources that do not have long term environmental impacts like those associated with fossil fuel energy sources. These projects do not produce water, noise, or air pollution.