Beyond being an independent solar energy producer, Amarenco wants to be a player in the decarbonization and transformation of our economic model.
the 1st edition of this Agri-Food Tech Expo in the Asia-Pacific region will be held from 26th to 28 th October 2022 at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore.
The Agri-Food Tech Expo Asia is an exceptional meeting platform for key players in the agri-food industry.
It allows industry professionals to have access to the latest innovations, technologies, and best practices, and In the meantime, feel free to consult
the first edition of the SolarPower Europe Agrisolar Best Practices Guidelines
The SolarPower Europe Agrisolar Best Practices Guidelines represents a fruitful collaboration between the solar and agricultural stakeholders, to enhance synergies to advance the energy and climate transition. Collaboration between these two sectors is essential for tackling one of the most important issues at the core of our modern livelihood, food production, and electricity generation: access to land.
Agrisolar is a rapidly expanding sector with incredible potential. It brings together two major sectors of our society and economy: agriculture and energy. With the first edition of the SolarPower Europe Agrisolar Best Practices Guidelines, we take an exciting first step in joining forces with agricultural stakeholders, to better understand how the solar and agricultural sector can work more closely together, enhancing synergies to advance the energy and climate transition.
This report, developed by SolarPower Europe’s Agrisolar workstream is a continuation of the “Agrisolar briefing” published in 2020, which shed light on the main business models and benefits of Agrisolar.
The goal of this guide is to draw on past experiences, to take stock of “what works” and “what doesn’t”, in order to advise local and international actors on successfully developing Agrisolar
It is aimed at solar and agricultural companies, investors, landowners, government departments, local authorities, associations, federations, industry associations, scientific research centres, consultancies, suppliers and, more generally, any party interested in Agrisolar.
The minimum requirements, best practices and recommendations presented in this Guide are drawn from the experiences of the members of SolarPower Europe’s Agrisolar Working Group
These new guidelines focus on establishing standards and best practices for different Agrisolar business models, in order to :
1. build trust and create a dialogue with policymakers;
2. support the harmonisation of national frameworks;
3. and advise local and international actors on how to successfully develop Agrisolar projects.