Solar Energy Law

Solar Energy Law

At SMITH ∙ ROSE ∙ FINLEY our Texas attorneys negotiate solar leases for landowners. Call today.

Our law firm has the experience you need to achieve maximum results in the various areas of solar energy law.

Our team of experienced attorneys at Smith Rose Finley are well-versed regarding solar and wind energy leases. We approach solar, wind and other energy leases from our perspective as landowners ourselves, and can assist you in understanding the effects which these leases may have on your property. We have represented numerous clients over the past several years in negotiating solar leases with many different solar companies. We are very familiar with the various terms which are included in solar agreements and the terms that landowners should consider including in order to protect themselves and their operations. We represent only landowners, not the solar companies.

If you are considering leasing your property for solar or wind energy, call our legal team at 325.600.4319.

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