The responsive tracking system of the REGACE Project has been installed in greenhouses of Bio-Gärtnerei Watzkendorf and the BOKU University.

A recent paper, written by the EU-funded REGACE Project reveals that greenhouse energy production could cover approximately 32 percent of the European Union's solar energy targets.

In its article for Agrotica 2024, Piraeus Bank outlines the development challenges of the installation of Agro-Photovoltaic systems (APVs) of the EU-funded REGACE project.

The EU-funded Project was presented to a group of twelve Italian farmers during the first world café event taking place on February 7th, at Fattoria Solidale del Circeo.

Agrivoltaics is becoming an industry, turning from an interesting assortment of solutions with laudable ecological goals to a global endeavor to find ways to deploy solar energy and grow food together.

The EU funded REGACE Project was tremendously excited at the attendance and quality of presentations at the second annual Agrivoltaics Europe 2023 conference in Amsterdam.

In the guidelines, SolarPower Europe showcases the “radical innovative technology” REGACE and sees it as a project that will demonstrate “Agri-PV’s potential to become a major contributor to the EU clean energy portfolio.”

Participants from Germany, Greece Austria and Israel took part at the three-day workshop introducing the project, its disruptive technology and ecological and economic importance.

REGACE partners, Alzahrawy and TriSolar, visited the University of Thessaly's greenhouses to prepare the installment of responsive tracking systems.