Being a participant in a Natural Energia’s project offers landowners an opportunity to cultivate a stable long-term revenue from the installation of wind turbines or solar panels on their farms. The best part is this increased income does not require any additional work on your part.

Natural Energia offers landowners two business plans: the first one consists in signing long-term lease agreement with the landowners, establishing a strong partnership during the project life time. The second one, Natural Energia make an offer for the land acquisition.

Natural Energia’s projects are designed and constructed to minimally impact the current use of your property. Solar projects allow you to maintain current land use outside of the solar project footprint. Wind projects allow the continued of the land use such as farming, ranching, logging and/or mining around the footprint of the wind turbines and access roads.

Landowner advocacy is one of the priorities of the Natural Energia. Because we understand that you are an important part of the process, the projects are developed openly with the landowners. The Natural Energia has a qualified staff that is capable to answer any questions about the project and the lease agreements.

Local communities enjoy many benefits from wind or solar projects. Those projects increase the investments in the local economy, besides creating hundreds of jobs during the development, construction and operation phases of the projects.

Natural Energia’s team has the goal of developing a long-term relationship with each landowner in every project we develop since we recognize that these projects are only possible through mutual collaboration. As landowner advocates, we strive to provide you with the best information possible, prompt responsiveness, and expert advisory. When working with Natural Energia, you’ll always get a straight forward and honest answer.

You can maintain all normal activities on your property once a wind energy project is operating. Wind projects typically take up only about 3% of your land. You can farm or ranch right up to the maintenance road surrounding the wind turbine foundation. Some landowners have earned more from the wind turbines on 3% of their land than they have from farming or ranching the other 97%.

Well-designed utility-scale wind turbines are generally quiet in operation and it is possible to have a normal conversation at the very base of an operating wind turbine. The sound heard from wind turbines at a distance, as with other local sources of sound, is affected by many factors including the wind direction, meteorological conditions, vegetation and other barriers. Since wind projects are always located where the wind speed is higher than average, the background sound of the wind itself will often “mask” any sounds that might be produced by operating wind turbines.

The wind industry as a whole takes the safety of wildlife very seriously. Extensive avian and wildlife studies will be completed prior to construction in order to best design the wind project to minimize any impact.

A solar project needs an exclusive surface usage, but you can maintain regular use of your property outside of that area.

Solar panels placed on trackers can be between 6 to 9 feet tall at maximum height. A fixed tilt solar project can be up to 10 feet tall at maximum height – about the height of a single storey building.

Solar projects have its peak production during a summer day. However, the solar panels can produce electricity in both direct sunlight and indirect light. So even when it’s cloudy, solar projects can still produce energy.

Solar panels, trackers, and inverters are designed with a 30-year lifespan, so most projects are contracted to last that long.

If you have interest in finding the energetic potential of you land and to be part of a clean energy project, contributing not only to the diversification of the Brazilian energy mix, but with the sustainable use of our natural resources, sign in as a landowner.

Fill out your name, email and send us your property coordinates or a geolocation archive (land boundaries preferably) and we will contact you soon. These archives must be in Google Earth (.kmz) or AutoCad (.dwg) type formats. For other formats, contact us.

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+ BENEFITS

Being a participant in a Natural Energia’s project offers landowners an opportunity to cultivate a stable long-term revenue from the installation of wind turbines or solar panels on their farms. The best part is this increased income does not require any additional work on your part.

Natural Energia offers landowners two business plans: the first one consists in signing long-term lease agreement with the landowners, establishing a strong partnership during the project life time. The second one, Natural Energia make an offer for the land acquisition.

Natural Energia’s projects are designed and constructed to minimally impact the current use of your property. Solar projects allow you to maintain current land use outside of the solar project footprint. Wind projects allow the continued of the land use such as farming, ranching, logging and/or mining around the footprint of the wind turbines and access roads.

Landowner advocacy is one of the priorities of the Natural Energia. Because we understand that you are an important part of the process, the projects are developed openly with the landowners. The Natural Energia has a qualified staff that is capable to answer any questions about the project and the lease agreements.

Local communities enjoy many benefits from wind or solar projects. Those projects increase the investments in the local economy, besides creating hundreds of jobs during the development, construction and operation phases of the projects.

+ FAQ

Natural Energia’s team has the goal of developing a long-term relationship with each landowner in every project we develop since we recognize that these projects are only possible through mutual collaboration. As landowner advocates, we strive to provide you with the best information possible, prompt responsiveness, and expert advisory. When working with Natural Energia, you’ll always get a straight forward and honest answer.

You can maintain all normal activities on your property once a wind energy project is operating. Wind projects typically take up only about 3% of your land. You can farm or ranch right up to the maintenance road surrounding the wind turbine foundation. Some landowners have earned more from the wind turbines on 3% of their land than they have from farming or ranching the other 97%.

Well-designed utility-scale wind turbines are generally quiet in operation and it is possible to have a normal conversation at the very base of an operating wind turbine. The sound heard from wind turbines at a distance, as with other local sources of sound, is affected by many factors including the wind direction, meteorological conditions, vegetation and other barriers. Since wind projects are always located where the wind speed is higher than average, the background sound of the wind itself will often “mask” any sounds that might be produced by operating wind turbines.

The wind industry as a whole takes the safety of wildlife very seriously. Extensive avian and wildlife studies will be completed prior to construction in order to best design the wind project to minimize any impact.

A solar project needs an exclusive surface usage, but you can maintain regular use of your property outside of that area.

Solar panels placed on trackers can be between 6 to 9 feet tall at maximum height. A fixed tilt solar project can be up to 10 feet tall at maximum height – about the height of a single storey building.

Solar projects have its peak production during a summer day. However, the solar panels can produce electricity in both direct sunlight and indirect light. So even when it’s cloudy, solar projects can still produce energy.

Solar panels, trackers, and inverters are designed with a 30-year lifespan, so most projects are contracted to last that long.

+ REGISTER YOUR PROPERTY

If you have interest in finding the energetic potential of you land and to be part of a clean energy project, contributing not only to the diversification of the Brazilian energy mix, but with the sustainable use of our natural resources, sign in as a landowner.

Fill out your name, email and send us your property coordinates or a geolocation archive (land boundaries preferably) and we will contact you soon. These archives must be in Google Earth (.kmz) or AutoCad (.dwg) type formats. For other formats, contact us.

Send your file