Requirements for a photovoltaic greenhouse that is environmentally friendly, economical in management, productive in agricultural cultivation and excellent for the photovoltaic generator

Many projects carried out both in Italy and in dozens of countries around the world, all have an element in common that can be critical for having a symbiotic and non-impeding relationship between the photovoltaic generator and the underlying crop.

In the last twenty years we have been able to observe innovative, characteristic, imaginative projects but most of the time we have seen projects of photovoltaic greenhouses whose purpose was solely to justify the construction of a photovoltaic generator but if this surface, intended for cultivation, is covered at 100% from the photovoltaic generator it is difficult to think that this structure can be considered a greenhouse, well that it could be assimilated to a shade house, but nothing more.

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The majority of the projects that have been carried out both in Italy and in dozens of countries around the world have a design element that from our point of view is critical for having a symbiotic and non-impeding relationship between the photovoltaic generator and the underlying crop: the lack of identification of the overall optimal point between the elements of a game.

Let's see what they are:

  • there correct amount of light and its distribution on the plan to carry out the desired cultural and productive action;
  • a economic and effective structure that it is advantageous for the photovoltaic generator and for agricultural production;
  • have a strategy of positioning on the ground plane of the photovoltaic generator so that it is an element of strengthening and help for the crops planned in the greenhouse.

 

Let's see what are the basic requirements to have a photovoltaic greenhouse that is environmentally friendly, economical in management and productive both from the point of view of agricultural cultivation, and from the point of view of the photovoltaic generator, therefore a greenhouse that can satisfy all those economic, agronomic, and electrical requirements coexisting at the same time.

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Calculate the DLI (Daily light integral) of the greenhouse you have in mind. Starting from the Italian geographical area concerned and knowing the limiting factors, in terms of the reduction of light radiation determined by the structure and material chosen as roofing, you can calculate the DLI of your project.

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