Using a renewable energy resource such as wind power not only helps the planet, but provides incentives for those who participate in wind farm projects. Take some of our landowners for example who have signed our wind farm land lease, they are not only becoming a part of a movement that is focused on offsetting the use of fossil fuel, but also receiving financial income for leasing out their vacant land.

The Dedicated Camp Host

Douglas is one of our landowners who had decided to lease out his land for our wind farm project. Although most of our landowners do not live on the land we lease, this is not the case for Douglas. He actually lives on his land, and apart from it being where he resides, his land is also a campground and trail system for others to enjoy as well.

 It is clear that Douglas enjoys the intrinsic value of his land, and appreciates that he can still use it even after signing a wind farm land lease. Camping and hiking is an excellent way to use the land, and exposing people to the beauty of nature is a great way to get them to appreciate it as well.

It wasn’t until Douglas saw “the devotion of the Alcen team,” when he decided to take a plunge into the world of wind energy. Some of the benefits that Douglas has enjoyed since signing our wind farm land lease is that he gets to continue using his land, and he is generating additional income, all while contributing to a cause that is helping to reduce the amount of CO2 harming the atmosphere.

"It is clear that Douglas enjoys the intrinsic value of his land, and appreciates that he can still use it even after signing a wind farm land lease."

The Girl Scout with a Passion

Kristina is another one of our landowners whose passion for conservation happens to span decades. Since her days as a girl scout, Kristina has always been talking about renewable energy, doing her best to spread the word about its positive benefits.

 Through her devotion to renewable energy, Kristina learned about the potential of wind farms. The knowledge that she obtained persuaded her to sign our wind farm land lease. When asked about the topic of renewable energy, Kristina’s response was, “California’s Resources are depreciating rapidly. Unless we do something to conserve our resources, we will drain our state dry.”

 As a dedicated Californian, Kristina will continue to work with the rest of the state to “save our water and energy crisis.” Although California is already home to many wind farms, adding more to the state will help to emphasize how beneficial wind energy is.

"By leasing out your land for a wind farm project, you’d be giving your used or vacant land a new purpose! Your land would become an essential part of the renewable energy movement that is sweeping the nation away from fossil fuels and toward cleaner energy."

The Third-Generation Land Owner

Marguerite’s land had been passed down for three generations before we offered to lease out her land for our wind farm project. The land that was once used as a homestead, now remains vacant, and just happens to be in the perfect place to host a wind farm.

 When asked about why she wanted to be a part of a wind farm project, Marguerite said, “It would be nice for the land to be used to better the environment.” By hosting her land to a wind farm developer like Alcen, Marguerite will not only be helping the environment, but she will also be receiving a secure form of income for her and her children’s future. With the incredible benefit of the secondary income, her advice to anyone considering it? “Go for it! What do you have to lose?”

The Potential in Your Land

By leasing out your land for a wind farm project, you’d be giving your used or vacant land a new purpose! Your land would become an essential part of the renewable energy movement that is sweeping the nation away from fossil fuels and toward cleaner energy.

 Renewable energy helps to offset pollutants by providing energy from a source that never runs out, which is ultimately why the United States has invested so much into wind power. It is estimated that wind energy provides landowners with $222 million dollars per year.

 Those that are a part of a wind farm project like our landowners listed above are all helping to combat climate change by helping to preserve our atmosphere and the environment, all while receiving financial gain for their participation.

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