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Energy landscapes that connect

Tuesday, 27th of September 2022

Milan, Italy

MiCo | North Wing lev. -1, Orange Room & Online

On the occasion of the 8th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion

Photovoltaic plant, Troia (Foggia), Italy, developed by European Energy in 2020.

Photovoltaic plant, Troia (Foggia), Italy, developed by European Energy in 2020.

Photovoltaic plant, Troia (Foggia), Italy, developed by European Energy in 2020.

Photovoltaic plant with solar tracker, Palo del Colle (Bari), Italy, developed by European Energy in 2021.

Rem TEC. EDF Agri-PV, Les Renardières, 77250 Écuelles, Francia, 2019. Photo by Michaêl Ayach.

Rem TEC. Agrovoltaico® plant Rem Power Virgilio,Borgo Virgilio, Mantua, Italy, 2011. Photo by Nicola Ventura.

PHOTOVOLTAICS | FORMS | LANDSCAPES 2022

Energy landscapes that connect

 

Thank you to all who participated!

Thank you to the 9,800+ participants  and 250+ speakers who contributed to the great success of the event.

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Concept

As photovoltaic systems become larger (kilo -> mega -> tera Watt), their impact on landscape becomes of more interest to a larger portion of the general public and governing bodies. As a result, that interest is also widening in scope and now requires economic, ecological, aesthetic and cultural studies of proposed photovoltaic systems, as well as landscape design and planning in order to harmonize all these interests.

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Photovoltaic plant, Troia (Foggia), Italy, developed by European Energy in 2020.

REMTec. Agrovoltaico® plant Rem Power Virgilio, Borgo Virgilio, Mantua, Italy, 2011.
Photo by Nicola Ventura. 

Italy as a Living Lab for Connecting Culture, Landscape, and Renewables

Italy, with the highest number of Unesco heritage sites worldwide together with China, and among the countries with the most ambitious renewable (i.e. photovoltaic) energy targets in Europe, is a living lab for experimenting with contradictions and synergies between a traditional idea of preservation, and the new challenges offered by the introduction of photovoltaics in the landscape.

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