Iberdrola commissions Spain’s first agrovoltaic plant

Iberdrola has commissioned the first smart agrovoltaic plant in Spain at the González Byass and Grupo Emperador vineyards located in the town of Guadamur, Toledo.

The novel installation allows the layout of the modules to be adapted to the needs of the vineyards, in order to regulate the incidence of the sun and the temperature by means of the shade of the panels.

The Winesolar project has also involved the collaboration of technological solutions provider Techedge and the manufacturer of trackers and structures for solar panels, PVH.

The installation will have trackers controlled by an artificial intelligence algorithm capable of determining the optimal position of the solar panels placed on the vines at any given moment.

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