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In Brazil's semiarid region, agrivoltaics show promise for food, energy security
by Marina Martinez, Translated by Maya Johnson

Mongabay    Translate This Article
22 July 2022

On 22 July 2022 Mongabay reported: Recent studies have shown that agrivoltaic systems, which combine solar power generation with food farming, can be a sustainable development strategy in water-stressed regions. In simulations carried out by Ecolume researchers, the agrivoltaic system produced up to 70 percent more vegetables and lowered the need for water, depending on the crop and environment. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

If scaled up, agrivoltaics could also generate electricity for the whole of Brazil, according to the project's proponents, while at the same time boosting food production and allowing for the restoration of degraded or desertified land.

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