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I am starting an agrivoltics project near Ogden, Utah with members of the faculty of Utah State University AG School, a local farmer who also works for Utah State AG + Food Dept and owns the land we will set up this Agrivoltaics farm on.
Prof Matt Yost @ USU AG SCHOOL is working with an associate from Cameron who will be arriving in Logan, Utah soon and will be working with Matt on project like this one, which is managed by USU:
Ten Considerations for Solar-Powered Irrigation in Utah
Since I have studied setting up Solar micro-grids, as has IWS the company I sell for, we will set up Anne's Farm as a microgrid, so that we will sell as little clean energy back the the Rocky Mountain Power grid that surround Anne's farm.
UTAH STATE UNIV AG SCHOOL
Our USU Team includes so far:
Prof Matt Yost
Prof Brent Chamberlain
More USU team members will be added, including the gentleman from Cameroon.
Our farmer and land owner is:
Anne Sampson Dunaway
Urban Prairie Agriculture
Anne has been working for the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food as the head of their Grants Department. Here is one grant that Anne has written for them:
John Fistgerald Weaver
More Advisors will be added.
I have been involved in the UTAH SOLAR SECTOR since 6.2013. For a better understanding of my work, since moving to Utah in 11.2004, view my LINKEDIN profile: