Rising energy prices and the possibility of self-consumption are increasing the demand from farmers for photovoltaic systems. New approaches for using farmers’ own solar power on site not only make new installations interesting, but also offer opportunities for the continued operation of older systems that no longer receive subsidies. You can read about how these work in our current special on solar power supply for farms.
Here you will also find solutions for the dual use of arable land and, above all, which yields they produce. This is not just about the systems that have been established for a while. The multiple use of arable land and grassland is feasible even with new systems. After all, technologies proven long ago have the potential to activate additional areas for the construction of photovoltaic systems. Read all about how this works and what options you have in the special Solar Power for Farmers. (su/mfo)