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We know your land is your livelihood. Leasing land for a renewable energy project can support its long-term preservation while providing an added source of income for you and your family for decades to come. Let Tenaska show you how.
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Diversify your income while retaining ownership of your land. A wind lease allows families to supplement their income, keep land in their family or provide for retirement. Each turbine requires less than an acre of land, so you can continue using the surrounding area for farming, ranching, leasing or other purposes.
Let your land rest without losing revenue. Solar farms are quiet neighbors that allow land a 30-year break from crop production and associated treatment applications. No matter the weather or state of the market, solar energy is a reliable cash crop with consistent lease payments.
Battery storage facilities strengthen the local electrical grid and increase its reliability to help prevent rolling brownouts. Participating local landowners and their families are supported by consistent lease payments.
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“Tenaska has proven time and again to be a respected and responsible business partner from beginning to end.”
Landowner & Community Representative, Nobles 2 Wind Farm, Nobles County, MN
Leasing land for a renewable energy project is a commitment, and we want to be as transparent as possible to make sure this opportunity is the right fit for you and your family. We’ve compiled a list of common questions for each renewable energy category, but this is by no means all of them. Our team is ready to answer any and all questions you may have.
Posey County Solar Project
Stacy Wagner, a landowner and community representative in Posey County, Indiana, writes about her positive experience working with Tenaska.Learn More
Knox County Wind Farm
When COVID-19 limited the ability to meet with landowners, the Tenaska team held drive-through dinners for individuals and families involved in the wind farm proposed for Knox County, Missouri.Learn More
Swallowtail Solar Farm
As proposed, this solar project in Bartholomew County, Indiana, will include up to 10 acres of native, pollinator-specific plants — a nod to community efforts to preserve bee populations.Learn More
Peregrine Battery Storage Facility
The team behind this battery storage project planned for San Diego’s Barrio Logan worked with the local community to ensure the facility will coexist well with the surrounding area.Learn More
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Nobles 2 Wind Farm
This wind farm in Nobles County, Minnesota, is projected to generate more than $1.1 million in annual tax revenue, as well as more than $1.1 million annually to more than 100 participating landowners.Learn More
Tenaska & the Imperial Valley
As the first solar developer to begin construction in California’s Imperial Valley, Tenaska worked with local leaders to maximize the local economic benefits of these projects.Learn More
Condor Energy Storage
The team behind the Condor Energy Storage Project celebrated its groundbreaking in San Bernadino County, California. Said Tenaska’s Tim Hemig: “The project site location has a history of supporting regional energy needs, so it’s ideal for the Condor project, which will power the transition to more renewable energy sources. It represents California’s continued evolution toward a more reliable and sustainable energy future.”Learn More
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Tenaska Clear Creek Energy Center
Construction of this wind farm in Nodaway County, Missouri, invested more than $300 million in the regional economy — 350 local craft workers were hired, and approximately $30 million in contracts were awarded to regional businesses.Learn More
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Everyone’s land is unique, which is why we want you to connect with a Tenaska representative to discuss the process, ask questions and learn about benefits specific to you and your land. Start by filling out this form.