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Paper Title :
A Sustainable Energy Application in Agriculture-Agri Voltaics

Author :Kanksha Anjaria, Vineet Mittal, Siddhi Desai, Indrajit Mukhopadhyay

Article Citation :Kanksha Anjaria ,Vineet Mittal ,Siddhi Desai ,Indrajit Mukhopadhyay , (2023 ) " A Sustainable Energy Application in Agriculture-Agri Voltaics " , International Journal of Advances in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJASEAT) , pp. 145-152, Volume-11,Issue-1

Abstract : Renewable Energy Systems are driving toward ac- complishing our Energy demands more sustainably. Due to its plentiful source, Solar Energy has gained attention on a global scale. Yet, it requires significant amount of land for energy production. Agrivoltaics, a concept of simultaneous energy generation under selective agricultural adaptation, is a niche concept in India. Currently, very few Indian states are foraying into the Agrivoltaic domain. This is a creative project that combines food production and energy production to reduce the amount of land needed for two separate uses. This system can also harvest biomass as well as rainwater from the installed solar panels to enhance production. India ranks 2nd globally in agricultural products. Hence there is a need to shift from conventional Photovoltaic Systems to smart Agrivoltaic systems at a greater rate than today. In this paper, the authors have showcased a review of Agrivoltaic infrastructure in India, and its future scope, as well as providing information on an ongoing case study in Gujarat. Keyword - Agrivoltaic, Agriculture, Photovoltaic, Farming, Joint production, Solar farm

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-11,Issue-1


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