Insects thrive on a solar farm.

Insects find a warm home among solar panels.

Bees, butterflies, moths, and flies are disappearing at a rapid pace, while these insects play a crucial role by pollinating plants and trees. Insects are indispensable for nature, and their rapid decline threatens fruit crops and food security. Research conducted at fifteen different English solar fields revealed that insects find a warm home among the panels, especially when various plants and flowers are present. Particularly in solar fields situated among farmlands where hedges and plants had vanished, insects found a comfortable habitat. Solar parks can enhance biodiversity in rural areas by fostering various flowers and plants.

Read the article in The Guardian here.

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