The rental market will gain traction with the accelerated growth of the energy source in the country and allow extra income to farmers and ranchers.
Solar energy companies have sought to lease rural land, many of them arable, to install their photovoltaic generation plants, creating a new income opportunity for Brazilian farms, which can obtain stable, long-term remuneration, and even higher than that obtained with crops in some cases.
The agricultural land leasing market for solar projects has existed for some time in Brazil, but it should gain traction with the accelerated growth of this energy source in the . . .