Design and feasibility study for the evaluation of an Agrovoltaics generation system: Case of Temuco in Chile

Pablo Latorre Rodriguez, Luis Amigo, Gustavo Gatica, Gonzalo Aguila, Lucelys Vidal-Pacheco, Jairo R. Coronado-Hernández

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Chile is a country that has had large renewable energy resources in recent years, and it has demonstrated a commitment to the use of clean energy. However, most solar energy projects are located in northern Chile, neglecting other areas, such as the southern part of the country, where the photovoltaic energy industry has the potential to thrive. This is the case in the Araucanía region, particularly in Temuco, which has diverse agricultural activity. However, being a remote area without access to the electrical grid, it relies on generation sources like oil. This article, a research product, aims to demonstrate the functionality that can be added to agricultural land by combining it with solar parks. To achieve this, an agrovoltaic system was estimated for a plot of land in the agricultural zone of Temuco. This system will serve as a sample of the integration between photovoltaic infrastructure and the agricultural industry for those interested in installing it.

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  • Ciencia de la Computación General

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