Fisher German

Fisher German are one of the leading firms of surveyors dealing in renewable energy projects in the
UK. Since 2001 we have dealt with over 500 projects in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.  Our
specialist renewable energy team offers help to farmers regarding feasibility studies, planning,
financial funding, grid connection work, as well as project management.

We are involved in large and small scale anaerobic digestion, biomass, wind energy, hydro and solar
photovoltaic projects. These projects are either self-funded by the farmer/land owner, joint ventures
and or leased to energy investors who take all the risk and pay a rent.

Farmers can secure planning approval and grid connection themselves, rather than allowing a
developer to do this. The farmer can then create a very profitable asset for themselves. Fisher
German can help farmers through this project and can independently advise them on all of the

Fisher German has also been chosen by most of the UK’s clearing banks to train their managers in
renewable energy. We also carry out their due diligence work when owners are looking to borrow
money. In the last 12 months we have carried out due diligence on renewable projects well in excess
of £100 million of project value.

We are also involved as Independent Experts where there are legal disputes with cases in the High
Court and the Lands Tribunal. we have over 10 years’ experience to bring here.
Fisher German find themselves in a growing market in sales, purchases and specialist valuations of
renewable projects and have dealt with individual projects from 50kWs up to 180MWs.

Most Farmers /landowners have the opportunity for some form of renewable project on their land
but they are not aware of all the opportunities. We are happy to offer a free, no obligation
assessment on the suitability of a farmer’s land, just email us a plan for a free desk top assessment.
Please contact Mark Newton Head of Renewable Energy at Fisher German either by email at or by telephone on 01858 411215.

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