Agrivoltaics: Opportunities for Agriculture and Energy Transition

Agrivoltaics refers to a process for the simultaneous use of land for agricultural crop production and PV electricity production.

Agrivoltaics technology offers a way to expand large-scale photovoltaic systems on open spaces while keeping agricultural land usable as a resource for food production. This is necessary because while fertile farmland must be preserved for agriculture, solar energy is expected to become the main pillar of energy supply in the long term.

2,8+ GW
Installed Capacity Worldwide
1700 GW
Technical Potential in Germany
1800+ Plants
Installed in Japan
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News

June 2021

Conference AgriVoltaics2021

Under the motto "Connecting Agrivoltaics Worldwide", the second edition of the conference on agrivoltaics will take place from 14th to 16th of June 2021.

For more information, visit the website of the AgriVoltaics Conference

June 2021

Launch of our new agrivoltaics website

Our new homepage on the topic of agrivoltaics is online! The team agrivoltaics at Fraunhofer ISE aims to use the website to connect the agri-PV community and to inform about the state of knowledge and current developments!

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