Sheep and goats in the town of Kamenica on the border with Serbia in Kosovo clean the panels by eating the grass around the solar panels.
Arbır Maliçi, owner of a solar farm in the village of Rogane in the town of Kamenica on Kosovo’s border with Serbia, found the solution in sheep and goats when he had a problem cleaning solar panels surrounded by grass. Malichi took action to clean up the solar panels installed at the top of the farm and in the middle of the lawn, and made an agreement with one of the sponsors. The shepherd, tasked with cleaning up the grass that the workers had difficulty removing, began herding sheep and goats around the solar panels. The shepherd, who takes more than 100 sheep and goats to the hill 3-4 days a week, manages to keep the solar panels at the top of the farm clean.
A solution in harmony with nature
Thanks to the grass that sheep and goats eat, energy is saved by not using a lawnmower. The shepherd sitting near the farm boards not only feeds the goats and sheep, but also more easily covers his living expenses.
In the village of Rogan, there are 12,000 solar panels, the solar panels of which are cleaned by sheep and goats.
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