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Agrivoltaics and nature conservation

Agrivoltaics – ground-mounted photovoltaics – play a key role in the expansion of renewable energies. In addition to the prevailing low-mounted solar farms, whose acreages are withdrawn from…

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Assessment of the impact of new generation wind turbines on birds and bats

The technical development in the wind power industry is constantly advancing with an increasing number of new turbine types. Therefore, the conflict potential for nature conservation must also be…

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Availability of areas for wind energy

Land potential Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) Guidehouse Fraunhofer IEE Bosch & Partner Dr. Nils Wegner Caroline Moog Frank Sailer In order for Germany to…

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Bat attracting features of wind turbines

(Kopie 1) Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.;    Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt;   Research code 34411/01

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Bat migration routes

Wind turbines present a potential threat to migrating bats. However, there is very little known about their migration routes, so these cannot be taken into account when planning wind turbines. This…

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BATMOVE

The project aims to improve and link information about the spatial and temporal distribution of migratory bats across the North and Baltic Seas. This will create an initial basis for developing…

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Bats and wind energy in woodland I

The project's objective is to collate and evaluate existing data to identify and limit the effects of WT on bats in woodland and to remedy any relevant gaps in knowledge by examining case studies.…

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Bats and wind energy in woodland II

The object of this research project is to establish whether and to what extent wind turbines at forest sites have a negative effect on bats, disturb them or even threaten them to a significant…

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Bats and wind energy in woodland III

The continued environmentally compatible expansion of renewable energies is progressing. Sites in woodland, for example, are being increasingly developed for wind energy. There is still a need for…

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BatWind (X-Energy)

To protect bats, the causes of collisions with wind turbines are being researched and risk reduction measures and bat-friendly lighting on onshore wind turbines are being developed.

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