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At Primergy, we value our people and are lucky enough to work with some of the very best and brightest in the renewable energy industry. While we champion our team’s experience, we value the culture they create even more. We are relentlessly committed to building an environment that is diverse, collaborative, fun, and fosters passionate enthusiasm for renewable energy solutions. We genuinely enjoy what we do and who we do it with. If we sound like a team you’d want to be part of, we encourage you to apply below.

The Benefits of Choosing Primergy
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A clean energy future

Using the sun’s energy to power our communities leads to cleaner air, water, and soil for future generations. With today’s focus on a national clean energy transition, landowners have new opportunities to create a sustainable source of income from their property.

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Unwavering protection of land, wildlife & habitat

We focus on minimizing impacts while maximizing energy output all while working to protect wildlife and habitat. Primergy will be responsible for conducting environmental studies and securing all permits necessary to safely build projects in your community.

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Healthier economy  

Landowners across the country increasingly find themselves taking advantage of the benefits of solar land agreements for their community and their family. Solar power not only produces clean energy, but offers revenue from solar lease payments during the life of the project. The landowner either rents to a passive and reliable tenant, or sells the land, either way supporting clean energy projects that are often the largest taxpayers in the County.

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Stacked agriculture benefits  

Depending on location, we know that pollinators, water preservation, potential ground cover enhancement, agrivoltaics, and some types of grazing can work in harmony with a solar project. The land that hosts the project can also be left fallow for an extended period, which supports and rebalances soil nutrients, re-establishes soil microorganisms, as well as assists in breaking crop pest and disease cycles. Once the project has reached the end of its operational life, the solar equipment can be removed from the site, completing a process known as ‘land reclamation.’

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