SEMBCORP AND SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC TO COLLABORATE IN R&D AND TRAINING TO SUPPORT THE LONG-TERM GROWTH OF SOLAR ENERGY IN SINGAPORE
23 Jan 2019
Around the world, solar energy is growing as a source of clean, renewable energy. However, this presents a pressing challenge to the industry: What will become of used solar panels at the end of their lifespan? By 2050, the International Renewable Energy Agency estimates that the world will have 60 million tonnes of cumulative photovoltaic panel waste. How can this be dealt with responsibly and in the best way possible, so that resources are recovered, waste is minimised, and photovoltaic resources remain environmentally friendly from cradle to grave?
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