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All six projects are either first or significant steps forward for their respective markets

 

//MUNICH, October 10, 2023, 14:30 GMT, PVEurope, BayWa r.e. Renewable Energy GmbH/

 

Working closely with EU representatives, landowners, and local communities, BayWa r.e. aims to develop the commercial viability of Agri-PV and to demonstrate its benefits as an effective climate-adaptation strategy for fruit and crop cultivation in Europe. BayWa r.e. has been instrumental in proving the benefits for using Agri-PV to supplement fruit farming at scale (fruitvoltaics). As part of EU LIFE ADAPT-PV, three of these new projects, in France, Spain, and the Netherlands, aim to increase fruitvoltaic projects’ resistance to climate change by providing a combination of crop protection and generation of green solar energy, within an innovative financing model.

Meanwhile, three more projects in Germany, Spain, and Italy will examine ways to scale up Agri-PV alongside arable crops like summer and winter wheat or soya within the EU LIFE LEAD-PV project. At a time when population growth and energy demands are rising, new insights into land use efficiency are urgently needed. In the EU LIFE LEAD-PV project, BayWa r.e. wants to demonstrate how Agri-PV can support farmers to reduce their CO2 emissions in land use.

These projects will provide insight by pushing the boundaries of Agri-PV. In Germany, this will be the first project researching Agri-PV and traditional crops at such large scale.

Dr. Stephan Schindele, Head of Product Management Agri-PV at BayWa r.e. commented: “With these six projects, across five countries, we’re pushing innovative Agri-PV applications into the marketplace. Only if the farming, environment, and energy sectors work hand in hand, can we successfully adapt to climate change while also minimising carbon footprint in farming processes.”.

LIFE is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action. They co-fund projects which support policies like the Farm to Fork Strategy, which promotes a sustainable food system. Private sector expertise can then be leveraged for EU-wide benefit. These six projects are underpinned by a major element of Farm to Fork; the need for a circular land use economy. They’ll generate vital data which can be used to refine future projects, ultimately making them independently commercially viable.

Bernd Decker, Representative of the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency, established by the European Commission, added: “Adapting to and mitigating the effects of climate change is a key challenge for agriculture; thus, innovative initiatives which optimise land use and energy production are more than welcome. We are looking forward to collaborating with BayWa r.e., as they’ve got a wealth of agricultural and energy knowledge built up over decades. This initiative could potentially develop our understanding in a lot of key environmental areas. Plastic waste reduction, efficient water use, cutting chemical or pesticide reliance, CO2 emission reduction; the list goes on. All are vital co-benefits in our response to climate change.”

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