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Additional Resources

Click to view some of the sources used in our research, along with helpful links to all things agrivoltaics!


Abelli, Claudia. (2022, September 20). Starlight | Innovative Italian Agri-Eco-voltaics Project - NextEnergy Capital. NextEnergy Capital.

Amaducci, S., Potenza, E., & Colauzzi, M. (2022). Developments in agrivoltaics: achieving synergies by combining plants with solar photovoltaic power systems [E-Book]. In Energy-smart farming: Efficiency, renewable energy and sustainability. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.

Ballard, J. Bousselot, S. Conrad, B. Gornick, C. Hayes, T. Hickey, R. Meyer, And M. Uchanski. (2023). Agrivoltaics Fact Sheet. Colorado State University Extension.

Grison, C., Cases, L., Moigne, M. L., & Hossaert-McKey, M. (2022). Photovoltaism, Agriculture and Ecology.

Government of Alberta. (n.d.-b). Farm status.

Solar and multi-use farming practices. (2019). Solar Energy Industries Association.

Government of Alberta. (2022). Annual Report 2021 Land Use Changes in Alberta. In

Government of Alberta. (September 2023). Major Projects. Retrieved September 8, 2023, from

Health Canada. (2022, November 1). Power lines and electrical products: Extremely low frequency electric and magnetic fields.

Kauffman, R. & Environmental Law Centre (Alberta) Society. (2021). Here Comes the Sun: Solar Law in Alberta (ISBN 9781989522158 (PDF)).

Sandercock, J. & Matthews, T. (31 March 2016). Energy Program Solar Photovoltaic Reference Array Report. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology online:

Murray, D. (2021). What happens when a solar facility is decommissioned? American Clean Power Association.

NextEnergy Solar Fund Limited. (2023). 2022 NESF Sustainability Report. In

Trommsdorff, M., Kang, J., Reise, C., Schindele, S., Bopp, G., Ehmann, A., Weselek, A., Högy, P. and Obergfell, T. (2021). Combining food and energy production: design of an agrivoltaic system applied in arable and vegetable farming in Germany. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 140, 110694

Turrentine, J. (2022, February 23). Made in the Shade: The Promise of Farming with Solar Panels.

Simulations in agri-voltaics suggest Canadian farms could one day double as giant solar batteries. (2023). CBC.

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