More Energy on Less Land: The Drive to Shrink Solar’s Footprint

Cheryl Katz

With the push for renewables leading to land-use conflicts, building highly efficient utility-scale solar farms on ever-smaller tracts of land has become a top priority. New approaches range from installing PV arrays that take up less space to growing crops between rows of panels.

https://e360.yale.edu/features/small-solar-agriculture-technology

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