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by Gabriel Klaasen


Categories: General News

by Gabriel Klaasen


October 2020 – Webinar Invitation                                  
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On October 29 at 2 PM GMT/UTC ISES is happy to present this webinar on PV Recycling and End-of-life Processing.
With more and more PV modules reaching the end of their life-span, end-of-life processes and recycling is becoming an ever more relevant topic. With this webinar, ISES is happy to welcome experts from research and industry focusing on different opportunities surrounding the end-of-life of PV modules and the webinar will cover a legal overview of PV recycling around the world, opportunities for the re-use of modules, recycling of modules as well as present a manufacturers perspective on the topic.

This webinar is planned as a first instalment on the topic with a follow-up webinar planned for 2021.

The webinar will last 90 minutes including a dedicated Q/A session for the audience to ask questions. A recording of the webinar as well as the presentations given by the panelists will be made available online.

The webinar will welcome the following presentations:

• Jan Clyncke – PV Cycle
• Roberto Murgioni – JinkoSolar
• Eszter Voroshazi – imec
• Karsten Wambach – bifa Umweltinstitut 
The webinar will be moderated by Dave Renné, ISES Immediate Past President.

Register for the webinar here

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