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End-of-Life Management for Solar Photovoltaics: Recycling

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SEIA’s PV Recycling Working Group has been actively seeking and developing recycling partners across the U.S since 2016.  Over 95% of PV modules deployed in the U.S have been installed since 2012, and such modules will stay in service for more than 25+ years. Nonetheless some waste is generated when panels are damaged during production, shipment or installation, determined to be defective, by weather events, and for warranty-related claims.

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