At Silicon Ranch our mission is to bring to communities like yours low-cost, clean energy, together with economic development, and dedicated partnerships you can count on for the long-term.
We’ve spoken in previous episodes about Silicon Ranch’s deep commitment to the land, the people, and the communities we serve.
Without a doubt, the solar energy industry is rapidly creating new jobs, new positions, new opportunities for workers never seen before.
And nowhere is that more evident than with our Regenerative Energy® platform.
Silicon Ranch’s Regenerative Energy® team designs and manages utility scale solar power plants with nature in mind. By co-locating solar energy production and regenerative agriculture, we create valuable environmental, social, and economic outcomes that are far beyond the impacts that a solar facility alone can produce. We team up with regenerative ranchers, thought-leaders, non-profits, and communities to deliver Regenerative Energy® and measure, verify, and report outcomes.
‘Tyler Huber is an Agrivoltaic Technician at Silicon Ranch, and Bridget Hogan is our partner at White Oaks pastures.
With us on this episode of the podcast are two of these new breed of Regenerative Energy® colleagues and partners.
White Oak Pastures is a six generation, 152-year-old family farm in Bluffton, Georgia. They take pride in farming practices that focus on regenerative land management, humane animal husbandry, and rural communities.
Tyler and Bridget, they’re out on the ranch every day, rain or shine, making solar do more! Let’s meet them!
And be sure to stay tuned until the end to hear our Music City Spotlight for this episode with an original performance from Whoa Dakota with “Rosé-Colored Glasses”.