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The agrivoltaic park at Cancello ed Arnone, Italy

The agrivoltaic park at Cancello ed Arnone, Italy

Under construction

The Plant

The agrivoltaic park at Cancello ed Arnone

We are building an agrivoltaic park at Cancello ed Arnone, in the municipality of the same name in the province of Caserta, in southern Italy.

Once built, the plant will have an installed capacity of about 13.5 MW. We will install bifacial photovoltaic modules – which absorb energy from both sides – mounted on “trackers” that follow the Sun’s movement in order to maximize renewable energy production. A special feature of this plant is the adoption of the agrivoltaic model: through the integration of renewable energy production and selected crops based on the specific site, this power plant will contribute to Italy's energy transition goals while enabling efficient and multiple land use.

Oats, vetch, barley and crimson clover, or alternative fodder crops, will be grown below and around the PV module support structures. The crops will be planted from November-December each year until May the following year.






Under construction

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13.5 MW

Pala eolica

CO2 emissions avoided

About 10,500 tons per year


Energy needs

Approximately 15,000 Italian households per year*

*estimate based on the average annual consumption of a typical household.


A project that’s open to citizen input

This project is also an opportunity for the local community. The agrivoltaic park in Cancello ed Arnone is in fact part of the Renewable Choice initiative, which is dedicated to fostering the active involvement of communities in the development of clean energy, thereby promoting the country's decarbonization process.

Specifically, this initiative enables citizens to take part in online fundraising through a crowdfunding campaign, thanks to which they will be able to earn a financial return linked to a fixed annual interest rate, in addition to recovering the initial capital paid in.

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