Finders Fee – Land for Renewable Power Plant

Large finders fee / reward offered for information leading to the location of suitable land for the construction of a biomass / diesel / wind and other renewable power plant

Subject to Contract:

A significant finders fee, which could be as much 10s of £thousands, (subject to contract, site suitability etc) when and if building is commenced, and with significant interim payments as various hurdles (planning, connection etc) are passed, is offered for information leading to the identification of sites suitable for power plants fuelled / driven by / utilising:

a) Biomass – steam cycle – 5 – 50 MW – adjacent to 33/132kV substations or defunct industrial sites with existing connections of that size

b) Anaerobic biogas 0.5 – 5 MW – adjacent to 11/33kV substations or defunct industrial sites with existing connections of that size

c) Imtermittent generator 10 – 25MW – adjacent to 11/33kV substations or operational or defunct industrial sites with existing connections of that size.

d) On shore wind turbine sites – all the usual caveats – planning, access to grid etc

e) Water turbine sites – existing mill locations where a modern turbine could be installed. These will generally be of relatively low power output.

f) Small combined heat and power plants, driven by gasifiers or ORC turbines.

The finders fee will be payable, purely for information about suitable sites and their owners. All the subsequent work required to bring the site to fruition such as preliminary design, discussions with the local authorities, obtaining planning permission, environmental, traffic analysis. cooling water, fume dispersion, ground conditions, land ownership, power connection studies etc ie would be performed and paid for by the client as a separate issue. Where “finders” are suitably professionally qualified engineers, consultants or planners, these may be used and recompensed at commercial rates to additionally carry out this work.

The Principals have a sophisticated and fair mechanism to ensure that the providers of suitable sites’ details are fairly rewarded, which in the event of a site being built on could be in the £100k range at the top end.

The entire arrangement is, of course, subject to contract – and it will be a contract between the finders and the principals. Neither this website owner, nor Claverton will be involved and neither of us is making any offer or holding out any terms. We are simply passing on the information.
Further information from:

Bewislaker(the at symbol)gmail(dot)com

6 Comments

  1. Reply

    Dear Sirs/Madam, I am an independent energy consultant and have been working in the heat transfer/power field for some four years now. I would be interested in discussing this opportunity with a view to “finding” sites which match the clients requirements

    Daniel Finlay MBA BSc. MIMech E

  2. Reply

    Angel Partners are now slowing building a network of UK land owners and energy service companies that are good leads for Power projects. Please contact me directly to discuss. JohnHartley@AngelPartnersLtd.com 07919 385 405

  3. Reply

    I WOULD LIKE TO PUT FORWARD A PIECE OF LAND FOR FINDERS FEE AT xxxxxxxxxxx bbbbbbbbb mmmmmmmmm THEY ARE ALREADY IN THE PROCESS OF GETTING PLANNING PERMISSION FOR BIOMASS PLANT BUT FROM WHAT I HAVE GATHERED WILL SELL AS SOON AS PLANNING PASSED

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    I am a professional land finder based in Swnsea

  5. Reply

    I am a consultant working in the energy sector in South Africa and involved in several wind farm and other energy infrastructure developments. I have contacts in the sector that will be able to assist you in finding suitable sites.

  6. Reply

    If you are interested, right now I am putting together a few deals for Biomass power Plants in Chile, with Engineering,land,permits, connection to the Grid, etc if this is something you like to get more information on it, please E Mail me. Thanks.

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