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29 Apr 2021Ended

Can you design sustainable PV backsheets without compromising performance?

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While the quality of materials and components has thus far been a particular focus for manufacturers looking to offer premium products that stand the .. Read more test of time, sustainability is increasingly on the agenda as end-of-life waste mounts, and customer and policy demands change. A growing number of manufacturers recognize the benefits of integrating sustainable design and production principles, like lower long-term costs, due to material reuse, for example, without compromising on other aspects. With a required lifespan of at least 20 to 30 years in the field, it is essential to consider performance and durability when designing PV products, like backsheets. However, a growing number of manufacturers recognize the benefits of integrating sustainable design and production principles, like lower long-term costs, due to material reuse, for example, without compromising on other aspects. Steven Davies, EMEA market manager, will discuss how sustainable backsheet design and manufacture can still deliver positive operational performance and improve end-of-life processes by recycling materials for reuse in new backsheets. Currently, a primary barrier to products like PV backsheets is how they are handled at end-of-life. Given the difficulties in pulling apart the layers, typically made of virgin plastic, they are usually burned.

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