"If you have a large plot of land in a windy area, a wind
farm land lease could turn into years of passive income for you and your
Metin Wind Land is a limited liability company registered in the
state of Delaware, register file number: 7102355 - dated of: 10/15/2018.
Metin Wind Land UG (Unternehmergesellschaft – haftungsbeschraenkt) is the 100 % Member of the Metin Wind Land, LLC.
Metin Wind Land LLC is a company for the financing of land for the operation of Wind power plants.
- Rental of land to wind park operators.
- To generate alternative energies through wind.
- Renting of the remaining land to farms.
- Rental by METIN WIND LAND UG.
- As well as administration of own assets.
In the current utility market climate, there is increasing demand for renewable energy and clean technologies. About half the states in the U.S. and most states in Europe have port-folio standards mandating renewable energy supply, in some cases at levels exceeding 20 percent.
Utilities are finding it increasingly difficult to develop or expand fossil generation due to increased fuel and construction costs and concern over carbon emissions. Due to this, utilities are increasingly developing renewable energy projects either in conjunction with fossil power plants, or instead of them. For much of the U.S. and Europe, the most mature and cost effective renewable energy technology is wind power.
Due to this market need, the wind energy industry in the Germany / Europe is growing tremendously. Many utilities, developers, and vendors active in the development of fossil energy projects have also become active in wind energy.
Wind power in Germany is a growing industry. The installed capacity was 55.6 Gigawatt (GW) at the end of 2017, with 5.2 GW from offshore installations. The wind power share of the country's total electricity generation was estimated at 9.3% in 2010, 10.6% in 2011, 13.3% in 2015, and 18.7% in 2017.
More than 26,772 wind turbines were located in the German federal area by year end 2015, and the country has plans for further expansion. As of the end of 2015 Germany was the third largest producer of wind power in the world by installations, behind China and the USA.
Since 1995, onshore wind energy has been an important and major industry in Germany. In 1995, the total onshore wind installed capacity was 1,530 MW. By 2018, onshore wind power installed capacity reached over 88 GW, which allows Germany to power about a fifth of the country from wind. Larger onshore installations are in the works, which could possibly see a larger percentage of wind energy powering Germany.
In 2016, Germany decided to replace feed-in tariffs with auctions from 2017, citing the mature nature of the wind power market being best served in this way.
Wind power had already gained very high social acceptance in Germany since 2008.
In Germany, hundreds of thousands of people have invested in citizens' wind farms across the country and thousands of small and medium-sized enterprises are running successful businesses in a new sector that in 2015 employed 142,900 people and generated 12.3 percent of Germany's electricity in 2016.
Installed wind power capacity and generation in recent years is shown in the table below:
Land and forest land will be acquired for the erection and operation of wind energy sites or wind farms.
The wind turbines erected on the land should be operated by a wind turbine operator (Volkswind GmbH).
The wind farm operator pays for the use of the land a lease per facility.
The lease prices depend on the type of the built wind power plant and will have a prize from 30,000 € / year (for a small WKA) up to 100,000 € / year.
The duration of the leases is 20 years with an option to extend for another 5 years.
The area sizes should be at least 50ha and be continuous.
This is of particular importance for the planning permission procedure because only Windfarms are approved but not individual installations.
You can choose between several types of wind turbines with different efficiency.
From the perspective of the operator of a wind farm, the largest plants are also the most economical.
Therefore, the area planning based on the space requirement calculation for the currently largest “Vestas V 164 8.0 plant” with a rated output of 8MW.
In addition to the revenue of the leases for the WKA, the land can continue to be used for agriculture and is therefore leased to farmers.
The lease for the agricultural land per hectare is between €450 / $522 and €650 / $755 per year, depending on the efficiency of the land. Thus, it is to be expected from this also regular income.
The wind turbine Vesta V 164 8.0 is currently one of the largest WKA. The space requirement per wind turbine is on average 15ha.
As the prices of traditional fuels has skyrocketed (oil, natural gas, and coal), the demand among consumers for ecologically friendly and economically viable alternatives has increased. As of Mid-2008 the prices of crude oil and its related energy products has almost doubled.
As such, companies like ours have recognized a tremendous opportunity to help companies to find the right locations of agriculture land for the developing companies that produce electricity from renewable and infinite sources of energy like wind.
A). Agricultural land:
Agricultural areas are more sought after than ever. In the age of biogas plants and mass animal breeding, huge areas are used for maize cultivation and are thus missing in food production.
If one looks at the population development, it is already clear that the agriculture land will be scarce and therefore increase in value in the next year.
Depending on the quality of the goods, the type of use and the region, prices have been rising strongly in the last 20 years.
In East Germany (MVP uid BRB) even peak rates of increase of 20% were recorded and an end is not in sigh.
Alone against the background it makes sense to invest in farmland and land.
But not only increased prizes make the investment interesting, because where the purchase prices rise, the leases will follow up.
To profane from the lease beginner's, it makes sense to make short lease as possible to open new lease with increased rent.
As mentioned above, agricultural land is acquired and made available to agriculture for leasing for food production.
This step of the project can be relatively easily and quickly accomplished, because most lands already have a tenant or a prospective tenant. The lease income is transferred to the seller at the time of purchase and does not need to be closed.
B). The wind farm operators:
The planning and construction of the wind farms is, in contrast to the purchase of land, somewhat more protracted and even more complex.
Therefore we will cooperate with a wind farm operator “Volkswind GmbH” on this point.
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Start purchasing our first agriculture / forest property.April, 2019
Fulfill our promises.April, 2019
Reach our funding goals.March, 2019
Update our backers of our project progresses.February, 2019
Promote our campaign.January, 2019
Launch Equity Crowdfunding Campaign.January, 2019
Set our first funding goal in the amount of $6,0 M USD.December, 2018