Landowners interested in renewable energy urged to come…

Landowners interested in renewable energy urged to come forwards

Landowners and farmers in the Bradford area who are interested in hosting a renewable energy project on one of their sites are being urged to come forward.

Renewable Connections, a leading solar and battery developer in the UK, is looking to partner with farmers and landowners in the area.

Keenan Gratrick, of Renewable Connections, said: “Many landowners are looking to diversify their businesses – and we can support them to do this. 

“Typically for a solar or battery site, we would partner with a landowner for 30 to 40 years, which is guaranteed income for the duration of that time.  

“We also design our projects to maximise biodiversity benefits and to enable farmers to continue food production on other parts of their land.  

“And in the case of solar farms, sheep can graze under the solar panels. 

“It’s a win-win for UK energy and food production.”

He added: “We currently work with landowners all over the UK and to date have had a 100 per cent success rate in gaining planning consent for our solar and battery projects. 

“We believe this is because we’re a responsible developer.”

Those interested in the opportunity can contact Renewable Connections by calling 020 7749 2650 or emailing