Affected by the new Coronary Pneumonia epidemic, many countries and regions have begun to restrict their domestic food exports for food security reasons, which has raised global concerns about the food crisis.
Today for the introduction, the combination of photovoltaic and crops. A case of low-cost and easy-to-control desert grain production.
Low cost of photovoltaic sand control
If you want to grow crops in the desert, you must first solve the problems of severe water loss and excessive direct sunlight in the desert. If the endless greenhouse is built to block the violent sunlight, the cost is too high.
But if you spread photovoltaic panels in the desert and grow crops under the photovoltaic panels, it is a good thing to accomplish in one fell swoop.
With the continuous improvement of photovoltaic technology, the cost of photovoltaic power generation will become lower and lower.
Desert land 0 cost
Ground power stations require a lot of land to lay photovoltaic panels. The cost of land is higher. In remote desert areas, the land cost is almost zero. Large areas of desert are waiting to be used, and the emergence of photovoltaic panels allows deserts that had no benefit to generate electricity.
Ingenious operation of photovoltaic power plants
The most difficult operational problem for photovoltaic power plants in desert areas is cleaning up. Wind and sand covering the photovoltaic panel will affect the power generation. Someone needs to clean the panel every few days. If you hire someone to clean the panel, the labor cost is higher. To solve this problem, photovoltaic power plants and local farmers reached an agreement. Planting crops under photovoltaic panels, providing free water and electricity, and harvesting all the farming households. But there is a condition that when farmers water the crops, they need to water down from the photovoltaic panel, just clean the photovoltaic panel. This greatly reduces the operating cost of photovoltaic power generation, and allows farmers to enjoy practical benefits.
For farmers, due to the solar panels, the evaporation of water from the land drops sharply, which is convenient for soil and water conservation and crop growth. Large-area photovoltaic panels reduce wind speed and allow plants to grow better. The power plant has also waived the utility bills, and the harvest belongs to the farmers. Various advantages have given farmers preferential treatment.
For photovoltaic power plants, this model not only reduces the operating cost of power generation, but the growth of plants can also improve the power generation efficiency of photovoltaic panels.
With the continuous breakthroughs in photovoltaic technology and the continuous popularization of photovoltaic projects, photovoltaic products are becoming more and more popular.