In the face of climate change, a significant shift towards renewable energy is more urgent than ever. This transformation is vital and highly attainable, requiring far less land than one might assume.
Renewable Energy: Maximizing Potential with Minimal Land
Contrary to common belief, renewable energy does not require vast land space. A mere fraction of land, considerably less than what is currently consumed by urban infrastructures, can cater to our green energy needs.
Just consider that in European countries, about 5% of the territory is covered in concrete or asphalt. If we decided to harness energy using photovoltaic panels, only 0.8% of the territory would be sufficient, less than one-fifth of the area already covered by roads, squares, and buildings.
Numerous strategies exist to produce renewable energy while occupying less land, and technological innovations are increasingly guaranteeing us more energy efficiency. Therefore, using less soil to achieve the same results is possible.
For instance, the Orion photovoltaic modules produced in Europe, harnessing the power of advanced cell technology, offer an efficiency of up to 23.22% and a guaranteed power of 80% for up to 30 years.
Furthermore, in a thrilling development slated for 2023, Tenka Solar is gearing up to unveil a remarkable innovation – Prismax®. This breakthrough technology represents a significant leap in solar panel efficiency, expected to reach 29%. Without giving away too much, we can anticipate a technology that maximizes visible and infrared light absorption, setting a new standard in the renewable energy sector.
With heightened energy efficiency and reduced land usage, the future of renewable energy looks promising. Tenka Solar stands at the forefront of this evolution, committed to driving the energy transition with state-of-the-art technologies and redefining quality and efficiency benchmarks.