Category: Landowners

Landowners Getting Paid For Solar Lease On Your Land

Getting Paid For Solar Lease On Your Land

How will I get paid for leasing my land for solar panels? There are quite a few ways to be paid when you lease out the solar rights on your land. Across the country, deal terms vary. But generally, for Utility Scale Solar Farms, the developer will pay you $10 – $40 per acre per …

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Landowners Solar Rights Value

Solar Rights Value

Can LandGate tell me the values of my land for a solar farm? Yes. LandGate provides your potential dividend for a solar farm. It is a valuation of your property’s worth in solar resources. The potential dividend for solar rights is derived using solar irradiance data, incidence angles, topography, distance to substations, electricity prices, government …

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Landowners Lease Land For Solar Farm

Lease Land For Solar Farm

Do I have enough land for a solar farm? When it comes to solar farm land requirements, location is more important than the amount of land you have. Even if you only have a few acres, you still have a chance to generate income by leasing your land for a solar farm. Go to landgate.com, …

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Landowners Carbon Capture and Storage: The Role of Pipelines

Carbon Capture and Storage: The Role of Pipelines

The amount of energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) released globally increased 6% in 2021 to 36.3 billion tons, as reported by the International Energy Agency (IEA)*. For power plants that will continue to use coal and natural gas, carbon capture and storage will help to mitigate CO2 emissions. Globally, industrial sources such as chemical, cement, iron, …

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Landowners Mineral Rights in Colorado

Mineral Rights in Colorado

Do you want to know how much the mineral rights on your Colorado land are worth? That’s what LandGate is here to help you do. Please reference our comprehensive guide below to understand what mineral rights are, how to obtain them, and how to estimate their value. Understanding Mineral Rights in Colorado The first step …

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Landowners Pore Space Usage for Storing CO2 Underground

Pore Space Usage for Storing CO2 Underground

At LandGate, we are starting to get a lot of questions from property owners about storing CO2 underground in pore space. They are confused and they have the right to be. They are hearing that surface owners will be paid. They know they can list their surface on LandGate and be paid for leasing their …

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Landowners FAQs for Mineral Rights & Royalties

FAQs for Mineral Rights & Royalties

What are my royalties worth? LandGate offers a free third-party valuation of your mineral rights and gives you a good starting point for negotiations. However, the best way to optimize your price would be to list them on a competitive marketplace. LandGate is a free, online, and transparent marketplace for your royalties. For example, perhaps …

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Landowners Carbon Credits, Explained

Carbon Credits, Explained

What is a carbon credit? A carbon credit is a tradable commodity, like a stock, that represents one ton of carbon dioxide that has either been removed from the atmosphere or has been avoided being released into the atmosphere.  Activities that remove carbon from that atmosphere can be quantified and verified in order to generate …

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Carbon Offset Developers 26 Million Acres Needed for Zero-Carbon Goals

26 Million Acres Needed for Zero-Carbon Goals

“Carbon neutral” and “net zero goals” are often thrown around in conversations about energy, but what does it actually mean for the lands of America? How many acres will be required for  each state to achieve zero-carbon emission? Assuming fossil fuel and biomass energy would be replaced with green energy, it would take 13 million …

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Carbon Offset Developers U.S. transition to renewables is doable, but requires acreage the size of Kentucky

U.S. transition to renewables is doable, but requires acreage the size of Kentucky

The United States’ drive to transition its economy to run on 100-percent renewable energy has made impressive strides. Since 2010, the share of U.S. power that is generated from renewable sources has more than doubled to 18 percent of all electricity consumption. Fueled by technological advances, that pace of expansion is likely to continue. The …

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