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14:00    Opening Session OPENING
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14:30    Legal Framework & Public Policies WED-1
Chair: Andrea Gerlak, University of Arizona and Jae Hak Jung, Yeungnam University
The Socio-Technical Dynamics of Agrivoltaics in Japan
Christian Doedt, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies
Sharing Global Expertise on Agrivoltaics With AiDO: Agrivoltaics International Discussion Group
Özal Emre, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e. V.
Agrivoltaics at the U.S. Department of Energy
Michele Boyd, U.S. Department of Energy
New Legal Framework of Agrivoltaics in Germany
Max Trommsdorff, Fraunhofer ISE
15:30    Environmental Modeling WED-2
Chair: Christelle Lecoindre, TotalEnergies
Vertical Agrivoltaic System – On-Site Measurement and Prediction of the Influence of Crops Albedo on Photovoltaic Energy Yield
Arthur Poquet, TotalEnergies
Protecting Flowers of Fruit Trees From Frost With Dynamic Agrivoltaic Systems
Gerardo Lopez, Sun'Agri
Modelling Light Interception by Rows of Crops in an Agri-PV System
Bas Van Aken, TNO - Energy Transition
Quantifying the Distribution of Evapotranspiration At PV and APV Sites Using Soil Moisture
Ulrike Feistel, HTW Dresden
16:30 Coffee Break
17:00    Plant & Crop Physiology (1) WED-3
Chair: Christian Dupraz, INRAE
Innovation in the Structure Design of an Agrivoltaic System for a Vineyard in Mendoza, Argentina
Ana Clara Rezinovsky, Facultad de Artes y Diseño
Growth and Crop Characteristics of Green Onion Under the Agrivoltaic System With Red LED Supplemental Lightin
Bomyung Kim, Yeungnam University
PV Tracking Yields Dynamic Patterns of Crop Productivity and Water Use Across Single Days and Over Growing Seasons
Greg Barron-Gafford, University of Arizona; School of Geography, Development, & Environment
Salad Yields Under Agrivoltaics: a Field Test
Aldo Dal Prà, istitute of BioEconomy-National Research Council(CNR-IBE)
Agrivoltaics East Africa: Spinach Performs Better Than Sweet Pepper Under Agrivoltaics in Tanzania, Guiding Future Climate Change Resilient Food Systems Intertwined With Low Carbon Electricity Supply
Richard Randle-Boggis, University of Sheffield
18:30 Dinner Break
19:30    Promotion & Dissemination WED-4
Chair: Max Trommsdorff, Fraunhofer ISE
Strategies and Technologies to Achieve a European Fossil-Energy-Free Agriculture
Konstantinos Vaiopoulos, CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY-HELLAS (CERTH) / Institute for Bio-Economy and Agri-Technology
From Niche-innovation to Mainstream Markets: Drivers and Challenges of Industry Adoption of Agrivoltaics in the U.S.
Alexis Pascaris, AgriSolar Consulting
Creating Personas for Better Stakeholder Acceptance of Socially Needed System Disruptive Innovations
Gabriele Torma, Aarhus University
Mapping Agrivoltaic Sites Across the United States
Haley Paterson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
A Gridded Simulation Model for Regional Assessment of Agrivoltaic Systems: Towards the Implementation of a Decision Support System
Pietro Elia Campana, Mälardalen University
Agrivoltaics for Ethiopia and Sub-Saharan Africa: Untapped Potential at Water-Food-Energy Nexus
Mikael Alemu, 10 Green Gigawatt for Ethiopia