Integration of Solar Energy in Agriculture Leads to Green Energy and Golden Crop Production

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Aloke Verma
Dr. Payal Goswami


The incorporation of solar energy in agriculture presents a multitude of advantageous economic and environmental outcomes. This chapter examines the basic principles of solar energy, including its mechanisms and many technologies. The text explores practical implementations such as solar-powered irrigation systems, climate regulation in greenhouses, and solar-powered farm machinery. The potential of advanced technology such as agrivoltaics, solar-powered sensors, and vertical farming with solar integration is being investigated to optimize land usage, improve precision farming, and promote resource efficiency. The economic feasibility of utilizing solar energy in agriculture is proven by doing a comprehensive evaluation of costs and benefits, while also taking into account any available incentives. The focus is on the environmental benefits, such as the reduction of carbon emissions and the conservation of resources. Case studies from prominent nations and local examples of achievement demonstrate the wide range of uses for solar-integrated agriculture. Promising future possibilities encompass the development of advanced solar technology and improved efficiency.


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Aloke Verma, & Payal Goswami. (2024). Integration of Solar Energy in Agriculture Leads to Green Energy and Golden Crop Production. Educational Administration: Theory and Practice, 30(7), 261–266.
Author Biographies

Aloke Verma

Department of Physics, Kalinga University, Naya Raipur (CG) India 492101

Dr. Payal Goswami

Department of Mathematics, Govt. Pt. J. L. Nehru Arts & Science PG College, Bemetara (CG) India 491335


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