Wind and Solar

In the U.S., wind power does not only drive economic development for your local community, but it also creates a source of additional income for you and your loved ones with little to no impact on your farmable land. The average wind farm still leaves about 98 percent of your land untouched, giving you the flexibility to continue your daily activities during development. Because of these benefits, wind energy has quickly become one of the fastest growing sources of electricity over the past 150 years.

The solar industry is growing at an equally rapid rate, with more than 81 gigawatts of solar capacity installed nationwide. Similar to wind farming, solar farming provides your community with vast economic development and your family with an additional source of income. Solar farms are a great alternative to wind farming and are best for sunny pastures that don’t get a lot of natural wind.

UKA is committed to honesty and quality through every step of the renewable energy development process.
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