HYPERFARM project has been granted €5,17 million from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme to develop effective decarbonization of farms by using agrivoltaic systems while maintaining the crop yield and farm productivity. The solutions will be developed through the integration of agrivoltaic systems in farms where the energy production in different cases will be demonstrated.
PNO will work together with 11 partners from 4 countries across Europe (Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands), including key partners such us KU Leuven, Fraunhofer society, Colruyt group and Fuelsave.
PNO Innovations’ expertise will add value in the Cost analysis and exploitation, as well as Dissemination, Communication and Clustering activities. The implementation plan features seven work packages, three of which are technical in their nature.
The first consortium meeting is scheduled for 9 November 2020 where the first project steps will be defined.Find out more at the following link: https://www.pnoconsultants.com/be/nieuws/hyperfarm-project/