As community solar and remote net metering have expanded in markets across the U.S. — namely Massachusetts, New York and Illinois — landowners are able to make additional income by leasing their land for solar on their property. The energy produced goes onto the local electricity grid and is used by the local community. In this video, Amy McDonough, VP of Project Development in New York, a leading state in community solar development right now, discusses what makes a land site ideal for solar land leases so landowners can assess whether hosting a solar farm might be right for them and their families.
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