Your contact person
Many landowners have land that is of little commercial value or produces low yields. This land is ideal for generating electricity from renewable energies.
Ground-mounted photovoltaic systems can be built on almost any land. You may receive payment for electricity generated from a photovoltaic system through the German Renewable Energies Act (EEG) or by selling it through a power purchase agreement (PPA). Interesting areas that are eligible for a solar park under the EEG are:
If none of these conditions can be met, it may still be possible to sell the generated electricity through a PPA. In the case of PPA ground-mounted PV systems, SENS is looking for plots of land that fulfil the following criteria:
If your land is suitable for a ground-mounted PV system, you can lease it to SENS and receive a passive income for 30 years! You will be using your land to produce electricity from renewable energy and making an important contribution to the energy turnaround. Are you a landowner and interested in leasing your land? Then please contact us.
Do you own a plot of agricultural land that you would like to lease? Then please contact us without delay! To find out whether your land is suitable for solar park use, simply get in touch with our contact person Katharina Kreß by email or by telephone at +49 93125064 160. Alternatively, you can fill out the contact form. We look forward to hearing from you!
In the second step, our solar experts contact you to determine your local grid operator's closest grid connection point. You are still not committing yourself to anything at this stage. Grid operators generally take up to 8 weeks to process a ground-mounted PV system enquiry.
Building a solar park requires permission from your local authority. At the beginning, a meeting is held with the authority to present the planned project. If the feedback is positive, further planning steps can be initiated.
After allocation of a suitable grid feed-in point, we make an on-site appointment with you to conclude the leasing agreement incorporating your individual requirements and those of SENS. The lease runs initially for 20 years. The agreement can be extended twice, each time by five years. This means you could receive a passive income for the next 30 years!
In cooperation with the municipality, the planning permission and construction consent processes can start with the successful decision on the site layout. The planning application process considers all the interests of the public, local authorities, public utilities and municipal services providers. This ensures that the plans have the agreement of all the public bodies concerned, for example the district nature conservation or listed building protection agencies.
With planning permission and construction consent granted, the solar experts at SENS and their long-term partners begin building the solar park. After delivery of the components, work can start on the substructure, installation of the solar modules including cabling and the inverters. As soon as construction starts, you receive your first payment for leasing your land.
With the installation and start-up of the solar park complete, you and SENS can make your joint contribution to the energy turnaround!