Give your land a more

meaningful task

Lease your land for a solar farm

Maximize your land and minimize your work. By leasing your land to us, you open the door to a whole new source of income without having to do more than let the sun do the work. With our long-term contracts, you can expect secure and stable income for many years to come, while helping to promote the environment. The lease is index-linked and has a term of 49 years. At the end of the lease period, the land is restored and the solar park is cleaned up.

What type of soil can you build on?

All types of land can be built on, but this does not mean that building on all types of land is profitable. When we examine the land, there are many factors that we take into account in our calculations, such as the distance to the electricity grid connection point, the cost of the land work, solar radiation and many more. Therefore, each site is unique in its own way, which is why we are interested in all types of sites.

How does it work?

Our task is to ensure that the land meets the requirements for a successful project. The process of developing a solar power project varies depending on the municipality and regulatory decisions, as well as the size of the solar farm. This is how the planning process works.

1. Landowner contact

We get in touch with a landowner who has a suitable area of land for a solar park.

2. mapping

We make a preliminary survey of the land, if the area meets the necessary requirements, the project proceeds.

3. Authorization process

The next step is the authorization process to obtain a building permit. This process can take up to a year. For larger areas, an environmental impact assessment may be required.

4. Financiers

Once the permitting process is complete, the site is presented to our funder and construction of the park begins.

5. Commissioning and Revenue

Once the solar farm is built, the landowner starts receiving his rental income, and the solar farm starts producing electricity.

6. Dismantling

At the end of the contract period, the facility is cleaned up and possession of the land returns to the landowner.


Solar combined agriculture for the sustainability of diversity

Agriculture is one of the most important industries in large parts of Finland and is needed to ensure food security and keep the countryside alive. Therefore, at Aurinkokarhu we strive to cooperate with agriculture whenever possible. This can be anything from sheep grazing and maintaining the land, beekeeping, or sowing special crops.

As a result, the environmental impact of solar energy production is minimized and sustainability is maximized.