France develops low pollution, low-energy hierarchical processes help solar panel disassembly recycling

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

The New Energy Technology and Nanomaterials (Liten) department of the French Alternative Energy and the Atomic Energy Commission claims that it has developed a low pollution, low-energy hierarchical process, which can be recovered at the end of the life cycle of the photovoltaic battery board. Scientists explained: "The technology includes cutting photovoltaic cells using diamond lines, separating the glass of the assembly with the polymer base backplane. Using the new process version of the laboratory size, only half an hour can separate two surfaces of a typical one square-panel, there is only a few hundred micron distances, then, the recycled glass can be recovered using a separate process.

"French scientists added that the water gymetric treatment method can also be used, separated from the powder generated during the wiring process and recovered various metals. A European project will start quickly, develop industrial equipment that can handle several modules per hour. Such a device will use a roll-type diamond line so that it can monitor its wear.

This research institution is expressed. Cooling polymers to improve their cutting behavior is also in research. CEATECH reviews, because the service life of the photovoltaic module is about 30 years later, in 2025, Europe should have more than 10 million tons of scrap or defective products being recycled.

Today, the most widely used recycling solution is to smash the components as a backfill of the construction industry. As for thermal technology, it is still expensive and harmful to the environment. The CEA-Liten experts believe that it is a new recycling solution to recycle silicon, silver and copper.

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