The widespread adoption and development of solar projects across a nearly full range of landscapes, topographies and geographies has triggered multiple “dual use” innovations. Among the most promising of these is agrivoltaics: the co-location of solar with natural resource practices broadly characterized as agriculture. This course delves into:
- Combining crops, pollination, grazing and more with solar arrays to amplify the potential of solar projects
- Maximizing the compatibility, sustainability and profitability of agrivoltaics
- Innovative concepts of co-locating solar installations with agricultural practices, unlocking economical and practical benefits in diverse landscapes
Join us to maximize the dual-use outcomes of solar energy and natural resource practices in this dynamic and forward-thinking course.