According to the Institute for Renewable Energy / Institute of Renewable Energy, the year 2020 was in many respects a record year for the RES industry – especially photovoltaics. The forecast further development of this sector MEANS NEW BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES FOR MANY INDUSTRIES.
Last year, connection conditions were issued for photovoltaic installations with a total capacity of 4.4 GW, and currently most PV projects have a capacity of about 1 MW. THE GREATEST INTEREST IS FOCUSED ON LARGE PROJECTS, IN THE FORM OF PHOTOVOLTAIC FARMS.
However, the development of this sector of the renewable energy market requires considerable outlays, meeting numerous formal and legal requirements and, most of all, acquiring suitable land.
The latter is a great opportunity for farmers owning large idle plots of land suitable for the construction of PV farms, which means, first of all, that they are well insolated.
Therefore, COOPERATION BETWEEN RESOURCES AND AGRICULTURAL FARMERS can bring great benefits to both parties.
From the farmer’s point of view, it is primarily the possibility of securing a steady source of income, resulting from a LONG LEAVE of land, which is often unsuitable for effective agricultural production.