This article provides a methodology for verifying such phenomena (control function) and mitigating them by maximizing solar power generation (objective function). Through a case study located in central Italy, positioned near an airport, it was possible to investigate the design variables to protect the landing air routes and the airport control tower.

This research delves into the nuanced dynamics influencing photocurrent generated in bifacial photovoltaic modules within the framework of agrovoltaic applications.

This paper describes non-confidential results for developing a national GIS-based monarch habitat model and applying it to electric power companies who are considering monarch conservation while simultaneously transitioning to a new clean energy future.

This study explores the potential application of tomato fruit production within the agrivoltaic system, aiming to evaluate its contribution to food security in the context of climate change. Specifically, the study compares tomato cultivation under agrivoltaic conditions with shaded areas created by PV panels to traditional cultivation under full sunlight conditions.
The experiments primarily focus on investigating the impact of different watering conditions in both shaded areas and the full sunlight, in order to discern the differences in yield and tomato fruit quality.

This article presents a comprehensive review of the fundamental parameters that underpin agrivoltaic systems. Focusing on the latest research, this review examines the challenges and opportunities intrinsic to the implementation of agrivoltaic energy systems, paying particular attention to the various parameters that contribute to their performance. These parameters encompass a range of factors such as heat islands, shading factors, and surface energy budget. The review underscores the importance of considering a diverse array of parameters when developing agrivoltaic energy systems to optimize their efficiency and effectiveness.

This review examines three key agrivoltaic setups—static tilted, full-sun tracking, and agronomic tracking—dissecting their engineering features’ roles in optimizing both the electricity yield and the fruit productivity of some fruit crops.

This work aimed to study the yield and nutritional characteristics, as well as feeding value for ruminants of Durum wheat biomass grown under an agrivoltaic system.

Floating Solar Photovoltaic (FPV) deployment continues rapidly worldwide, outpacing under-standing of any concomitant environmental impacts. The findings in this study demonstrate that modelling, using an uncertainty framework, can provide useful insight into possible water body response. Specifically, this study found that FPV generally promotes cooler water temperatures that, coupled with deteriorated light conditions, slow phytoplankton growth. Results show that the location of an FPV on the water surface can significantly affect water body thermal dynamics, modifying phytoplankton response beyond the impacts of percentage coverage.

This study examines the berry crop group more in detail through a meta-analysis of strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, and black currants, to distinguish between individual crops and assess their suitability for agrivoltaics systems.

his work simulates the behavior of solar irradiance and its interaction with photovoltaic panels and the crop, as well as possible shading, in a photovoltaic plant to study its potential reconversion into an agrivoltaic installation.