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Solar Leases

  • 1.  Solar Leases

    Posted 01-20-2021 14:48

    Does anyone have information on terms and consideration for Solar Leases in Texas?

     

    Philip R. "Rusty" Rice, CPL

    Vice President – Land

    Sydri Energy Group

    10210 North Central Expressway, Ste. 130

    Dallas, Texas  75231

    Office:  214.373.8626, Ext. 5

    Fax:  214.373.8630

    Cell: 214.802.6676

     



  • 2.  RE: Solar Leases

    Posted 01-21-2021 12:45
    Rusty, 
    Give me a call....depending on the specifics we may be able to assist.

    DGOW!
    Steve 

    Steven M. Harris   Vice President Business Development & Sales Management
                                      DGOW #Don't Get OutWorked

       
    Phone: 817-717-3835 
    Cell: 214-298-4188
    Fax: 817-717-3836
    Website: purplelandmgmt.com
    Address: 210 East 8th Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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  • 3.  RE: Solar Leases

    Posted 01-22-2021 15:41
    Rusty,

    We have done extensive ESG land work in Texas and the midwest. I will give you call today.

    Thanks!

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    Jared Clarke RPL
    Operating Manager
    Forza Resources, LLC
    Fort Worth TX
    (469) 767-7322
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  • 4.  RE: Solar Leases

    Posted 01-25-2021 08:05
    We are landmen and licensed brokers of agricultural, and ranch land and water rights and solar projects in New Mexico. We are also a licensed Escrow Company.

    William M. Turner, Ph.D., CPG
    WestWater Resources
    Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102

    Tel: 505-843-7643
    Email: wturner@waterbank.com

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    William Turner
    Albuquerque NM
    (505) 843-7643
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  • 5.  RE: Solar Leases

    Posted 01-21-2021 12:45

     

    I have done solar land acquisition and can help you.

     

    Rick Wood

    813-901-0098

     

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  • 6.  RE: Solar Leases

    Posted 01-21-2021 12:45
    I checked it out several years ago but did not qualify.
    They required access to 3 phase power lines and 100% mineral ownership.