AgriVoltaics2022

Kanyepi, Tarisai, Cheo, Ambe Emmanuel, Sanchez Santillano, Alberto, Tambo, Erick G., Dibba, Lamin, Demba, Trewally, Jallow, Demba B. and Ceesay, Mustapha ed. AgriVoltaics2022 2022/06/16 Piacenza. Freiburg: AIP Publishing, 2022.

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    Author Kanyepi, Tarisai
    Cheo, Ambe Emmanuel
    Sanchez Santillano, Alberto
    Tambo, Erick G.
    Dibba, Lamin
    Demba, Trewally
    Jallow, Demba B.
    Ceesay, Mustapha
    Event series Agrivoltaics Conference
    Title of Event AgriVoltaics2022
    Date of Event 2022/06/16
    Place of Event Piacenza
    Organizer Fraunhofer ISE
    Publication Date 2022-12-12
    Place of Publication Freiburg
    Publisher AIP Publishing
    Pages N/a
    Language eng
    Abstract The projected increase in demand for food, water, and energy owing to systemic shocks has heightened the need for innovative solutions. The Agrovoltaics for Mali and Gambia (APV MaGa) Project focuses on sustainable electricity production leveraged with digital technologies,however the nascence of agrovoltaics to the continent and to The Gambia presents demands a policy and institutional foresight of potential implications of agrovoltaics integration. The study adopted a qualitative research design using a sample of twenty-eight key informant interviews, policy document analysis and grey literature. Research findings revealed that supportive policy provisions for agrivoltaics exist yet few gaps remain at policy level and in practice, the nexus-institutional harmonization, sectoral biases and technical/financial incapacities remain. Therefore, harmonization of sectoral divergent policy provisions, interests and prioritization of sustainability concerns will foster the integration of agrivoltaics pertinent for fast expansion.
    UNBIS Thesaurus DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
    Keyword Agrivoltaics
    Smart agriculture
    WEF nexus
    Copyright Holder United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security
    Copyright Year 2022
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
    DOI 10.1063/12.0011885
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