8minutenergy works with landowners and local communities to create clean, safe, and environmentally-friendly projects.

Since its inception in 2009, 8minutenergy has established a reputation as a trusted partner with communities in areas where it develops projects. The company’s projects not only support a cleaner environment, but they also strengthen communities where projects are located by providing economic opportunities.

We care about the communities we work in. Large solar projects are a tremendous benefit to a community, and 8minutenergy works with key constituents to ensure a great outcome for all.

IF YOU ARE A LANDOWNER WITH A MINIMUM OF 100 ACRES THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO PUT TO WORK, CONSIDER WORKING WITH 8MINUTENERGY.
  • We provide long-term secure, lease income or we pay above market for your land.
  • Minimal water usage
  • Constant and dependable revenue stream
  • If you have marginal farm or grazing land, or a limited water supply, this is an excellent alternative

8minutenergy in the community

Local job fairs

Working with neighbors in Antelope Valley to minimize dust

Internship program with local school districts

Engaging with Sierra Club to improve wildlife habitats

8minutenergy is a Trusted Land Development Partner

IT’S BEEN EASY WORKING WITH 8MINUTENERGY TO PREPARE MY LAND FOR SOLAR DEVELOPMENT. THEY'RE RESPONSIVE AND WALK ME THROUGH EVERY STEP. TO ME, 8MINUTENERGY IS THE TOP SOLAR DEVELOPER TO WORK WITH.

EDDIE WIEST

Landowner, Imperial Valley, California

Interested? Start here.

If you own 100+ acres and are interested in putting your land to work with 8minutenergy, please fill out the form below. We will respond as soon as possible.




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You’ve got questions.

We have the answers.

General questions

  • How many people will work on the solar farm to operate it?

    Generally, up to five full-time employees on split shifts to clean solar panels and run the solar farms.

  • Does a solar farm divert existing water resources?

    No, operations use a minimal amount of water, with total usage (for panel washing and domestic use) typically expected to be much less than 8 acre-feet per year. The agricultural water associated with the land will be returned to your district’s water allocation pool.

  • Will roads have to be built to/from the solar farm?

    Not usually. 8minutenergy does everything it can to use existing roads and pathways.

8minutenergy is the largest independent solar power developer in the United States