Nexamp is a vertically integrated developer, owner, and operator of solar projects around the county. Not only do we take care of every step of the project, we’re in it for the long haul, and we’ll be with you until the end.
Exact size requirements vary by market, but we generally require 10 acres of land or 40,000 square feet of roof area.
At the end of the project life, we remove the system, remove all materials, recycle the solar panels, and restore the project site back to its original condition.
We typically look for anywhere from 20 to 40 years as this is the average lifespan of the project. At the end of the lease, you have the option to renegotiate the terms of a new lease, or we will decommission the system and restore the project site to its original state.
We take all the necessary steps to ensure that your land is returned to its original condition after decommissioning the project. While there may be temporary changes to your land due to the installation of steel posts and concrete pads which are necessary to support the arrays and electrical equipment, all of this will be removed at the end of the project life.
Solar farm construction term length ranges depending on the size of the array. As a rule of thumb, it takes 3-4 weeks per 1 MW installed, weather permitting.
Tax impacts vary by location, but rest assured that Nexamp takes responsibility for any increase in taxes as a result of the solar farm being located on your property.