The Evolution of Rural Solar: from Panel Monocrops to Multiple Land Uses

Read the full post from the Rocky Mountain Institute.

In farming, companion planting of certain crops in close proximity can provide an array of benefits, from pest control, to flavor enhancement, to increased productivity. The same concept can be applied to rural solar projects, which have the opportunity to integrate with other land uses such as crops or pollinator-friendly plantings and create win-win outcomes for rural communities.

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