Agriculture is the foremost profession that humans invented and will remain as such, just for the sake of our food as energy sustenance. Energy is all we need, be it in the form of food for mere survival or at day-to-day work for the ease of doing with it. Harnessing electricity is perhaps the most important form of energy that humans invented and implemented across all sectors of life.

Our day-to-day work revolves around electricity as energy, and without it, for most of us what we do in our life will just stop. Solar PV plant is unconditionally the other best invention humans developed that helps us to harness the abundant energy that Sun provides us every day.

So combining the two major lifelines that support our existence would be naturally, the best way to enjoy the hybrid of benefits. It not only involves these two together, but practically in today's world, it is perhaps the most needed way to tread ahead.

Why you might ask?! Let me explain them as in the underlying points,
  1. Dual use of land - Grow food on the ground, and harness the Solar Energy over the crops. Yes, now most will be yelling at me, "Do not the plants need sunlight to grow and produce food". The answer is both,
    1. Yes - it does, but not all it receives and some plants/crops demand indirect sunlight. Let me explain, agricultural researchers have found that even some sun-loving crops many a time get affected by too much sunlight exposure. So having Solar PV panels with higher transparency by sandwiching the cells between two glass sheets and with greater inter-cell spacing will help achieve the same effect. However, such a panel's overall power production efficiency will be less. But having implemented such Solar PV is better than not growing anything at all nor producing only food by not producing any electricity at all, isn't it? So it is a win-win for both agriculture and electricity production, by making good use of fertile and arable land the correct way.
    2. No - as explained earlier, to grow some of the crops which thrive with indirect/partial/ sunlight need sheltering, and farmers either grow them under the shade of other vegetation growth or use artificial shelters like greenhouses, screens, etc.  So instead of using plastic/polymer-based shelter materials that would need replacements every few years and thereby produce non-biodegradable waste, it would be wise to use solar panels to do the same and be done with decades worthy of shelter space.
  2. Solar PV panels will generate higher power due to the cooler climate it prefers. Yes, Solar PV cells hate the heat and it adversely affects power production.
  3. Water used for cleaning solar panels thou shall be irrigated. Clean panels produce more electricity than soiled ones. Also, it is a known fact that shaded land evaporates less water, so less water is needed, and thus less water is wasted as vapor. Win-win again.
  4. Frequent cleaning of the Solar PV panels also improves their lifespan, especially when partially shaded with stains and muck such as bird droppings, mud, etc. A farmer who earns more will be eager to work for the extra buck, thereby providing the farming community the extra monetary benefit to them, while benefiting equally by their valuable service.
  5. Less migration of suburban/rural youth to the already crowded urban area, as their quality of livelihoods would be better off back at home. This will result in lowered competition to make a living by wrongdoings (such as by rushing to complete the task and thereby resulting in bad quality) at work, etc. A happy community across all regions increases the happiness quotient of a country.
  6. More quality food is produced by the young and hardy populace, who would otherwise be grinding their life at the urbanscapes despite owning farming land mass. QUALITY FOOD = HEALTHY NATION.
  7. Less youth & brain drain that is necessary for rural belts, whose service & help would bring the necessary changes the country demands.
  8. Less pollution, as the distributed population, can better self-manage a community, than living like rats in a concentrated and confined rat hole.
  9. Better for the biodiversity of all species, as no extra land would be taken away from the original inhabitants for massive Solar PV power production plants. A Solar PV jungle can increase the ambient temperatures by many degrees as the radiant heat will be concentrated and propagated, due lack of any sink.

Centralized power production has its own demerits, such as constructing & maintaining massive grid networks comes at a greater cost, plus also has its own transmission losses to factor in the overall energy use efficiency. And the failure of such a massive power grid can result in blackouts that would affect the economy equally at a larger scale.

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