Prime opportunity for energy schemes, says Roadnight Taylor

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There has never been a better time for landowners to seek ground rent from energy schemes, with some worth up to £8m over their lifetime. But there are some important pitfalls to avoid, warns power and energy consultant Roadnight Taylor. “The average landowner’s chances of getting an energy scheme are greater now than ever” says CEO Hugh Taylor. “However, there has also never been a more appropriate time to be prudent and not sign up with the first developer that knocks at the door.” Landowners now have prime opportunities to rent out land for schemes of a wide range of

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Prime opportunity for energy schemes, says Roadnight Taylor

There has never been a better time for landowners to seek ground rent from energy schemes, with some worth up to £8m over their...