Characterization of an experimental agrivoltaic installation located in a educational centre for farmers in Cordoba (Spain) 28 de xul. de 2022

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Characterization of an experimental agrivoltaic installation located in a educational centre for farmers in Cordoba (Spain)

The continuous growth of the world population is
causing an increase in the demands for food and energy of the
population. Given these circumstances and the negative
consequences derived from climate change, it is necessary to
evolve towards a more efficient and sustainable agricultural
system. In this sense, the agrivoltaic proposes to combine
agricultural production and photovoltaic energy production in the
same piece of land. Several studies have analysed the behaviour
of the agrivoltaic facilities from a theoretical point of view.
However, it is necessary to test the viability of this new system in
experimental plants. In this work an experimental agrivoltaic
plant developed in Córdoba (Spain) is described. The preliminary
results of this study show that agrivoltaics can and should play a
fundamental role in the energy model of the countries since it
promotes the development of renewable energies while
improving the economic performance of agricultural land.

Presenta: Milan Belik
Department of Electrical Power Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen. Czech Republic
M. Varo Martínez
Physics for Energy and Renewable Resources Research Group, University of Cordoba
L.M. Fernández de Ahumada
Physics for Energy and Renewable Resources Research Group, University of Cordoba
M. Fuentes García
Department of Vegetal Production, University of Cordoba
P. Fernandez García
Department of Vegetal Production, University of Cordoba
F. Casares de la Torre
Physics for Energy and Renewable Resources Research Group, University of Cordoba
R. López-Luque
Physics for Energy and Renewable Resources Research Group, University of Cordoba

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