The dual use of land for the purpose of keeping cattle and other animals in a manner appropriate to animal welfare, as well as the protection of biodiversity and fallow land against adverse weather conditions and drying out, and the protection of special crops such as fruit and wine against excessive solar radiation, hail, frost, etc. are currently important topics for the expansion of renewable energies on agricultural land.
Traditionally, many international project developers and land owners contact SUNfarming at the Intersolar to find out about the holistic solutions with the substructures developed in-house, the rainwater distribution and the bifacial glass-glass modules. The newly developed SUNfarming floating solar system, which was presented in model form in Munich, also interested many visitors.
"Agri-photovoltaics as we have developed it at SUNfarming over many years and made it ready for series production is so far unique on the market," explains Peter Schrum, main shareholder and founder of SUNfarming. "We have light and water management under the modules and thus ensure that vegetation thrives ideally protected from climate change and thus significantly more CO2 remains stored in the soil," says Peter Schrum.
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