VITISOLAR (RÉGION NA)

In progress

The objective of the VITISOLAR project is to achieve a sustainable agrivoltaic solution for the wine sector based on a structure ideally suited to the vine, equipped with adjustable photovoltaic panels, making it possible to combine plant protection and renewable energy production, compatible with methods of viticultural conduct. This emblematic cross-sector project for the New Aquitaine Region will be the first: - Demonstrator on existing vines over 10 years old, fully mechanized, which will allow the first impact results to be obtained from 2022. - To implement a systemic approach which involves the study of the photovoltaic structure, of the plant (growth, water, diseases), of the biodiversity (soil, fauna and flora), of the compatibility with agricultural management, and of the different technical and economic scenarios up to the electrification of uses (terminals, storage, agricultural machinery). - To build the approach with the stakeholders of the wine sector through three committees: professionals of the sector, scientists and citizens. This project aims to place New Aquitaine as a leader on the subject of agri-PV in one of the agricultural sectors most affected by the effects of climate change, with the prospect of developing training, jobs and, with a neo-Aquitaine consortium, significant economic spin-offs on the territory.

Project benefits

Action de communication : 18

Emplois crées : 6

Suivi de projet - Pendant le projet : 6

Produit / Prototype : 6

People involved in the project

Project leader

EDF NOUVELLE AQUITAINE

No member partner

FÉDÉRATION RÉGIONALE DES CUMA DE NOUVELLE AQUITAINE

UNITÉ DE RECHERCHE OENOLOGIE (UNIVERSITÉ DE BORDEAUX)

EXOSUN

INRAE

CHAMBRE AGRICULTURE DE LA GIRONDE

Information of the project

Start of the project on18 / 02 / 2022


Strategic business lines

Smart power grids

Smart power grids


Referent of the project

Aline CHABOT
Chargée de projets innovants

07 65 17 79 31

aline.chabot-s2e2-ext@st.com

Nouvelle-Aquitaine

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