Intersolar Munich 2024 was exceptionally well attended again this year, with SUNfarming's stand being one of the main attractions.

In addition to the topics of battery storage and holistic energy solutions combined with agri-photovoltaics, visitors were particularly interested in the agricultural concepts under agri-photovoltaics as well as floating PV solutions. Besides visitors from Germany, there were also guests from Switzerland, France, Croatia, Kosovo, India, and the Middle East interested in SUNfarming solutions.

The dual use of land for the welfare-friendly keeping of cattle and other animals, as well as the protection of agricultural crops against adverse weather conditions and drought, and the protection of special crops such as fruits and wine against excessive sunlight, hail, frost, etc., continue to be important topics for the expansion of renewable energies on agricultural land, especially in light of the extreme weather events of recent weeks.

The combination of agri-photovoltaic parks with battery storage solutions offers investors and land lessors to SUNfarming an additional opportunity to generate revenues from green power production alongside agriculture and energy trading with battery storage. SUNfarming has land and grid connection points as well as its own substations where battery storage could be placed.

"Agri-photovoltaics is much more than generating green energy in combination with agriculture," explains Edith Brasche, Managing Director of Project Development at SUNfarming. "Combined with biogas plants, Agri-PV provides green electricity, which can also be stored as heat and used for municipal heating concepts, as well as an additional energy source for the production of biomethane," says Edith Brasche.

SUNfarming will also be present with a booth at EUROTIER in Hanover in November 2024, as animal welfare facilities for cattle as well as horses, sheep, and fallow deer are a focus of SUNfarming's agricultural concepts.

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