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OYA Renewables and Appalachian Energy Innovator Oil Well Shares Sign Joint Venture for Landmark Clean Energy Development

OYA Renewables (“OYA”), an energy transition solutions platform, and Oil Well Shares (“OWS”), a leading Appalachian-based energy company, announced today the formation of Chrysalis Energy, a joint venture (“JV”) to develop and construct community and utility-scale solar, wind and energy storage infrastructure projects across the PJM* region.

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Guide to Leasing Your Land to Solar

This guide on leasing land for solar answers all your fundamental questions and outlines the process from start to finish.

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Solar Farm Requirements: Everything You Need to Know

Solar farms are a win-win as they enable landowners to make money off of unused land, serve residents with access to better utility rates, and help states tackle energy and environmental targets. Learn about how solar farms harness unused land for the benefit of many.

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Community Solar Info Session: Transcript and Video

Information Session: Community Solar and the Solar Project in Franklin County, New York

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Solar Panel Life Cycle Analysis Proves Sustainability

“What happens to a solar panel at the end of its life?” is one of the most common questions we are asked. There’s no easy answer but a Life Cycle Analysis helps us optimize recycling through choosing optimal processes and products.

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5 Questions You Should Ask Before Leasing Your Land for a Solar Farm

Know what questions to ask before leasing your land for a solar farm.

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Solar Farm Case Study in Minnesota

David and Loni are third-generation farmers in Montevideo, Minnesota with a 46-acre plot of available land for solar. After 40 years of working the land, they were open to exploring other sources of income and changing the use of their land.

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Harvesting The Sun is The New Cash Crop

Long hours, hard work, and the uncertainties of weather and yield are nothing new to farming, but the 21st century presents new and unique challenges—and the results are increasingly dependent on factors beyond farmers’ control.

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