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Lately there is a lot of talk about the importance of prioritizing the use of renewable energies. Their impact on ecosystems, fauna, flora and landscape are evident, but more and more studies show that if projects are well designed and planned, they can have benefits for biodiversity.

Although renewable energies do not impact the environment as much as coal or oil, they are not free of impact, but this does not always have to be the case. More and more researchers point out that if renewable energy installations are well managed, especially photovoltaic plants, they can also have positive impacts on their environment.

At Univergy Solar, we design our photovoltaic installations allowing a greater diversity of plants and flowers. As a company that focusesits activity on the design, development and execution of solar parks, we take into account sustainability as one of our values, promoting the change towards a productive and environmentally friendly energy model.

Our environmental team proposes ecological solutions for high consumption products, betting on the care of the environment, in a constant search for guarantees that improve the efficiency of recycling and reuse processes. With their efforts focused on the creation of sustainable, ecological, safe and efficient products, they propose intelligent alternatives to reduce the ecological footprint and the environmental impact derived from bad production and consumption habits worldwide.

Given the proliferation of both solar and wind farms, what measures can be carried out to defend biodiversity?

  1. The elaboration of the corresponding wind and photovoltaic plans.
  2. Approval of conservation and management plans for endangered and vulnerable species.
  3. Improvement of Environmental Impact Studies.
  4. Establishment of measures to prevent illegal fractionation.

For renewable energies to coexist with nature, the objective is to reach a compatibility that manages not only to minimize any environmental impact but also to improve it.