California, Hawaii and Massachusetts lead the way when it comes to solar farms, but New York is fast catching up. The clean energy push is real and upon us. Indian Point nuclear power plant in Buchanan, NY is shutting down by 2021. This closure will create a need to replace the approximately 2,000 megawatts produced daily from this facility.
Solar Infrastructure expansion will also create jobs and secondary income for the land owners who convert their land or buildings to solar farms and communities.
In 2003, 185 solar projects were completed in New York, and just 10 years later in 2013,
New York had 4,372 completed projects. As of 2017 there are 13,582 solar projects completed in New York, and many more underway.
J.S. Land Services can aid your Solar project development with property technology services coupled with outstanding field agent negotiation experience. Using GIS technology, we can help plan and execute your next solar farm project by combining real property with local regulations, wildlife considerations, topographic land features, and proximity to existing infrastructure.