It’s important to know if your land is a special agricultural district for property tax subsidization. In most states that we operate in, solar development in these districts can cause a change in property taxes, so consider this before entering […]
Minimal to none. Solar projects present no harm to wildlife. We’ve spotted birds, hawks, deer, bears and other species all in and around our projects over the years. Project fencing can be designed to allow smaller wildlife to enter the […]
This depends on your specific situation and goals as land purchases are a good option if you have no future use for the land, and want to have cash immediately. Land leases are also a good option if you would […]
Project development time can vary due to a number of factors but development generally takes 12-24 months and construction takes about 3-6 months depending on the size of the project.
No. As the owner of the solar project, Encore will be responsible for all activities pertaining to, or that occur as a result of the project.
The owner of the solar project will pay all taxes due on the solar. The landowner will continue to pay all property taxes due on the land.
Take a quick look around the property. Does it have good southern exposure? Are there hillsides or trees to the south, east, or west that may shade the project? In certain locations, this can be a good resource for evaluating […]
Each solar project is fenced in with a 6 foot agricultural style fencing, but the surrounding area can still be used for farming and other agricultural uses. In some cases, Encore can bring additional value to your land via contacts […]
It depends on a number a state-specific factors, but generally speaking you need at least 15 acres.