Turn your low-value land into a long-term investment. We lease, as well as buy, land and are looking for suitable properties to build solar parks on.
Sweden has a lot of land currently unsuitable for use in forestry or agriculture which could instead contribute towards sustainable electricity production.
Large, uninterrupted plots are best suited for the development of solar parks.
The ability to connect to the grid is a requirement for all types of power production.
The amount of sunlight available determines how much electricity can be produced by solar parks. This, in turn, is affected by geographical location, surrounding vegetation and buildings, and local weather conditions.
By leasing your land to Sunna, you can be sure that you’re making a smart investment. For yourself as well as for the environment. As a landowner, you will receive a long-term and secure income whilst also contributing to the production of renewable electricity and the promotion of biodiversity.
At Sunna we want to be your secure partner throughout the whole process. From development and construction of the solar park to the day the solar cells have reached the end of their technical lifespan. We are backed by established capital partners from across the Nordics, giving us financial stability and long-term sustainability within the Swedish energy market.
By building our solar parks on locations with low ecological value, we do not compromise existing agriculture, animals or nature.
Our solar parks are easy to plan, and the technology contains no moving parts resulting in fewer potential complications over time.
The construction of a solar park leaves little lasting impact on its location. The installation process is almost entirely reversible and the land can be restored to its original state when the park has reached the end of its life expectancy. In addition, large parts of the construction can be reused and the modules recycled.
Locally produced solar power creates resilience for local communities. This provides access to renewable electricity, sets the conditions for low local energy prices and enables more connectivity to the grid. A solar park also creates opportunities for new businesses and the expansion of existing commercial developments.
Contact is made! We discuss the opportunities available to you through solar power and share all the necessary details about our solar parks.
We meet at the property in question and go over the conditions. We´ll discuss all your questions and thoughts.
We assess the potential for building a solar park on your land.
A project agreement is signed so that we can undertake deeper investigation of the land. Landowners receive a project fee to facilitate our access.
The process of technical project management and the application for relevant permits and licences is started.
If permits are granted and connection to the grid confirmed as possible, both parties sign a lease agreement.
Building a solar facility usually takes 3–6 months depending on the size of the facility.
Once the solar park is built, we ensure that it is optimised for the production of solar power. We are responsible for overseeing, analysing and maintaining the facility.
Sunna is developing a large-scale solar park on land affected by flooding and unsuitable for agriculture.
Sunna is developing a large-scale solar park of 14 megawatts outside Gislaved in Jönköping County on an area of about 20 hectares.
Sunna is developing a large-scale solar park in electric grid area SE3 together with local landowners and long-term investors.
Bergvik Skog Öst and Sunna Group have signed an agreement on cooperation for the establishment of large-scale solar power in Uppsala County.
Sunna is developing a large-scale solar park in Vetlanda kommun.
Biodiversity entails supporting landscapes that can support several different species and large genetic varieties. It’s vital we protect biodiversity because of its central role in ensuring the survival of systems that support both nature and human life. Healthy biodiversity is crucial, for example, in underpinning the supply of clean water, air and the pollination of our crops for food production.
Scientists are also in agreement that the current pressure on biodiversity is very concerning. In the spring of 2018, the UN-established Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) published reports which assessed the loss of global ecological health to be as great a threat to the world as climate change.
We must do better at protecting our biodiversity. To ensure the continued development of stable ecosystems, pollution and greenhouse gas emissions must be reduced and more of our landscape rewilded and given back to nature.
Electricity generated by solar power is a crucial building block in the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions and will play a significant role in the electrification of the future. Solar parks built on existing low value land also ensure that greenfield sites remain untouched, and existing biodiversity supported and allowed to flourish.
As a landowner solar power represents both a wise investment and also dependable, long-term income for at least 30 years. Income is generated through rent, at either a fixed amount, variable based on the park’s electricity production, or a combination of both. Your investment in a solar park also increases the amount of renewable electricity available in the Nordic market and strengthens the biodiversity in Sweden.
The land on which the solar park is built will undergo some temporary changes during its construction. Vegetation and trees will be removed (the trees will, however, keep their roots). Temporary gravel roads will be created for construction traffic and soil excavated for the placement of items such as cable shafts.
We try our utmost to avoid changing or damaging soil during construction. Solar panel racks are piled into the ground, leaving minimal imprint on the soil’s properties.
Because the land on which a solar park is built on is left almost entirely untouched, a fully functioning solar park also contributes positively to local biodiversity..
The expected operating lifespan of a solar park is at least 30 years, but in our experience most solar parks have a longer life. Solar energy production also require minimal maintenance.
We expect construction to take 3–6 months, depending on the size and condition of the land. Connecting the park to the grid and receiving permits and approval from the County Administrative Board and government authorities often takes between 1–3 years. This means that first contact, construction and delivery of the finished facility requires 2–4 years.
The installation of a solar park is almost entirely reversible. The plot holding the park can be returned to its former state and large parts of the instalment will be reused and the modules recycled.
When the lease agreement expires and the facility has reached the end of its operating life, we make a joint decision on how to proceed. The park can either be removed, in which we restore the land to be used for other purposes, or we replace any worn out parts and continue to produce renewable electricity together.
We work for the long-term and, in association with our strong Nordic capital partners, look forward to a secure partnership between us as owners and you as landowner. Our business plan is based on long-term thinking, with many years of experience and competence in large-scale solar power systems.
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