The Department of Agrarian Reform will offer a rental package to agrarian reform beneficiaries, who are willing to lease out their farms in areas where solar-powered plants will be built as part of the government's effort to provide cheaper and cleaner electricity, its press release said.
This was after Secretary Gil de los Reyes, of DAR, and the Sunconnex Solar Powered Agri-Rural Communities Corp. signed the memorandum of agreement on the program at the DAR central office recently.
The government is looking for at least 50 sites all over the country to establish the solar-powered plants as provided for in the MOA. This is an opportunity for ARBs to earn extra income by leasing out portions of their farms for the setting up of solar-powered plants with a generating capacity of 5-10 megawatts each, the press release said.
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