AgriSolar Clearinghouse

Connecting businesses, land managers, and researchers with trusted resources to support the growth of co-located solar and sustainable agriculture

About AgriSolar

The AgriSolar Clearinghouse is an information-sharing, relationship-building, public communications hub for all things agrisolar. The AgriSolar community:

  • Connects farmers, developers, researchers, and the public
  • Provides practical technical assistance
  • Develops best practices and innovative solutions to barriers
  • Evaluates financing options
  • Promotes sustainable agrisolar opportunities

AgriSolar Information

Join a field trip, listen to a podcast, watch a webinar, peruse the library, or chat with an expert.

Financial Resources

Find utility incentives, grant funding, ownership structures, lease options, and tax information to finance your project.


Find guidance on contract language, procurement guidelines, and government policies.

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The Latest


AgriSolar Podcast Ep. 6: The Big Picture and Nitty Gritty of Agrisolar

This episode is a conversation between NCAT Energy Program Director Stacie Peterson and Iain Ward, a farmer and founder of Solar Agricultural Services. It is the sixth in a series of AgriSolar Clearinghouse podcasts that are being featured…

Case Study: Slate Solar PV Park

Indart sheep grazing around solar panels. Located in Kings County, the Slate Solar PV Park produces power for hundreds of thousands of California citizens, while simultaneously providing food and shade for its resident sheep herd. The…

WEBINAR: AgriSolar in the Pacific Northwest

In this video, Max Greene and Emily Griffith of Renewable Northwest discuss the state of agrisolar development in the Pacific Northwest.  
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