Our Promise
to Landowners

Dear Landowners,

Our hard work is aligned with your interests because a successful project outcome means secured income for all of us. Your land may have been in your family for generations. We understand that committing it to a new future is serious, and has implications to your grandchildren that extend beyond the financial outcome. We raised our family on a Pennsylvania maple farm (a hobby) and share the connection to land. Our Principals can name every landowner (hundreds) of each project as we maintain the relationships we built.

Nick Cohen

President and Co-founder
Doral Renewables LLC

What People Are Saying

“With commodity pricing being so volatile, it’s nice to be able to rely on steady predictable income from the solar farm.”

Mark Kolish, Landowner

We have gone from being a consumer of energy to farm our fields to now farming solar fields to produce energy. In addition, I really like the concept of conserving the soil for future generations while still harvesting energy every day.

Norm Welker, Landowner

“We have to develop alternative energy. Solar is better for the environment. We are doing our part to help combat climate change.

Swanson’s Farms

The goal is to have an operating project that provides consistent income, regardless of the weather, for decades to come. Project development is a three-step process:



During development, we incorporate feedback from local landowners and officials to design the project. We perform environmental and engineering studies to minimize the impacts from the project. During this period, payments are made to our landowners to hold the development rights but farming operations can continue without interruption. This period may last 3-4 years.



Once the project is “shovel-ready” and goes to construction, a much larger investment is made. Your payments from the project increase significantly. Regular uses of the property transform to the responsibility of the solar facility. Your income is secured for decades. 



Upon completion of construction, the project becomes an operating solar farm. Your land is now benefiting the community and the planet by creating low-cost, clean renewable energy. Eventually, when the lease ends, the land is restored to its original condition.