Redeveloping Brownfields with Solar: Challenges and Opportunities

Many companies are finding ways to deploy solar energy on abandoned mine lands, former industrial sites, and other brownfields as utility-scale solar – the third largest source of renewable energy – continues to grow rapidly.

Known as “brightfields,” deploying solar energy on a brownfield enables a responsible form of industrial redevelopment and clean energy generation. A solar energy facility improves upon a site that would otherwise sit vacant.

Learn more about the challenges and opportunities of redeveloping brownfields with solar energy deployment in this fact sheet.

Become a Member

Elevate Your Business with Insider Access:

  • Influence Policy: Your voice in critical industry discussions.
  • Exclusive Networking: Learn directly from key players in clean energy.
  • Insider Information: First-hand access to policy insights and premier events.
  • Advanced Tools: Our proprietary data at your fingertips to drive growth.

Act now to become a defining part of clean energy’s future.

Stay informed

Take Action

Subscribe to American Clean Power and receive the latest clean energy news, policy updates, and opportunities to get involved.