Systems developed by RestartLand
Photovoltaic on the roofs
5 Ministry of Ecological Transition’s requirements
The Restartland team, thanks to the technical know-how and experience of the network partners, is able to meet the 5 requirements required by the Ministry of Ecological Transition:
We design agrivoltaic systems to allow the integration of agricultural, pastoral and electricity production activities and enhance the production of both subsystems.
We guarantee the synergistic production of electricity and agricultural products and do not compromise the continuity of agricultural and pastoral activity.
We design with high modules from the ground, adopted by the agrivoltaic system, aimed at optimizing the performance of the system both in energy and agricultural terms. It is a particularly important requirement as it describes the aspect relating to the spatial configuration of the system and – in particular – the minimum height of the modules from the ground (especially for pastoral activities)
We carry out monitoring activities that are useful both for verifying the fundamental parameters, such as the continuity of agricultural activity on the area below the plants, and for parameters aimed at detecting effects on competing benefits. We provide monitoring systems related to:
The continuity of agricultural activity: the impact on crops, agricultural productivity for the different types of crops or livestock and the continuity of the activities of the farms concerned.
In addition to the above, in order to evaluate the effects of the agrivoltaic achievements, the following are monitored:
Soil fertility recovery
Resilience to climate change
Finally, to monitor the proper functioning of the photovoltaic system and, therefore, ultimately the virtuosity of the synergistic production of energy and agricultural products, it is important to measure the production of electricity.
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How does it work
The installation of a photovoltaic system on your land will allow you in the first place to make a significant contribution to the reduction of dependence on foreign fossil fuels and the reduction of CO2 emissions in the air, as well as guaranteeing a safe high supply of electricity. The landowner will not have to bear any charges, neither in the preliminary phase nor during the 30-year concession.
Step 1: Site identification
Identification of the owner interested in the development of photovoltaic systems through the sale or lease of land or the rental of roofs
Step 2: Information gathering
Identification of the geographical references of the identified site. Collection of information aimed at reconstructing the characteristics of the land, dimensions and constraints (cadastral surveys, certificate of urban destination)
Step 3: Data analysis
Sending data to the Business Development unit and feasibility analysis and use of the sites identified for the installation of photovoltaic systems
Step 4: Feasibility study
Once all the information has been obtained, the feasibility of the project will be defined
Step 5: Final notification
At the end of the analysis, if the feasibility study has been successful, we will proceed to make a commercial proposal for the purchase or sale of the land or roof
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