AgriSolar Clearinghouse

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

Our Story

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

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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.

Policy

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

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The Latest

Case Study: Million Little Sunbeams

Million Little Sunbeams: Where tradition meets innovation.  Massachusetts’ first operational dual-use solar system took root in the town of Monson, where Nate and Ania Tassinari aspired to reinvigorate their 3rd generation family…

AgriSolar News Roundup: The Power of Shade, Oregon Agrivoltaics Development, Agrivoltaics is a “Win-Win”  

The Power of Shade in Agrivoltaics  “The sun’s energy feeds grazing fodder and crops side-by-side with solar panels. ‘For farmers, it’s a two-income stream,’ said Brad Heins, professor of animal science at the University of…

AgriSolar News Roundup: Agrisolar in the Midwest, Community Solar in California, Achieving Zero-Carbon Goals  

Solar Power and Crops Grow Together in the Midwest  “Farmland is well suited for solar development of all kinds, for the same reasons it’s good for growing crops — it’s largely flat, drains well and gets lots of sun. Grazing…