Meet the PHOTORAMA project at EUSEW

Discuss with us PV panel recycling at the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) in Brussels 26-30 Sep. 2022

Bereich: Forschungspolitik & Entwicklung

Datum: 26. - 30. September 2022

The PHOTORAMA project on PV panel recycling and recovery of raw materials (e.g. silver and silicon) will be present at the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) in Brussels!

You can meet us on-site in the networking village /at the Energy Fair from Monday 26th - Thursday 29th September 2022 at the European Commission's Charlemagne building. Talk to the project coordinator Claire Agraffeil of CEA, France, and to ZSI collaborators Tess Landon & Manfred Spiesberger in Brussels. Come to our stand and discuss PV panel recycling, recovery of raw materials from PV panels, and our technology and circular economy approach.

We have prepared a short quiz for you, and you can take a 10min survey on PV panel recycling to test your knowledge and learn more on this important upcoming topic. Have a look at a sample of a PV panel, which has undergone a first step of recycling, the delamination, which splits the panel up into a first set of components (e.g. glass, solar cells).

We will also be present with an online stand from Monday 26th - Friday 30th September, where you can access material and discuss with experts from our project consortium. 

Learn more and access information at the EUSEW website:

The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is the biggest annual event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe and comprises a series of activities aimed at building a secure energy future for Europe.

ZSI is a project partner in the H2020 Innovation Action PHOTORAMA: 


Typ: Veranstaltungen anderer Institutionen

Organisator: EUSEW

Veranstaltungsort: Brussels

Webseite: https://european-sustainable-e ...

Involvierte ZSI-Mitarbeiter/innen:

Verwandte Artikel:

Tags: circular economy, energy transition, renewable energy

Leider ist dieser Inhalt in der ausgewählten Sprache nicht verfügbar.

INCO project news