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PHOTORAMA

PHOTORAMA is an EU funded innovation action striving to improve recycling of Photovoltaic (PV) panels and recovery of Raw Materials (RM), implemented by a consortium of 13 organisations in the period 2021-2024.

  • To develop trailblazing technologies to implement a strong and reliable PV recycling scheme
  • To demonstrate innovative recycling solutions with a pilot line that is at TRL 7
  • To demonstrate full circularity by re-injecting the secondary rare materials into cross sectoral value chains
  • To drive market adoption of PHOTORAMA technologies as sustainable solutions
  • To strengthen sustainable waste management actions under the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) framework

  • EU regulation pushing forward PV recycling: the WEEE directive 

    PV panels’ disposal is a growing issue worldwide, which the EU has decided to tackle through its legislation and research funding, making it a leader in the field. In this blog article, we introduce the directive on Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), which includes regulation of PV waste in Europe. We discuss why… Read More »EU regulation pushing forward PV recycling: the WEEE directive 

  • Save the date!

    PHOTORAMA will be present at many events in the spring. You will be able to find us at: The UNSW- APVI/Task12 Workshop, titled “Australia’s 2nd hybrid PV recycling workshop”, taking place in a hybrid at Kensington campus in Australia on March 11th 2022 The nPV Workshop, taking place one Konstanz Germany on March 30-31, 2022: discover the full program… Read More »Save the date!

  • We asked. The stakeholders answered. Current knowledge about PV Panel recycling in the EU.

    PHOTORAMA is conducting a survey among stakeholders across Europe on awareness about current technologies and practices in PV panel recycling, as well as drivers and barriers of advancing PV panel recycling in the EU. So far over 250 stakeholders have participated in the survey. Here we relay our initial results. In case you’re involved with… Read More »We asked. The stakeholders answered. Current knowledge about PV Panel recycling in the EU.

  • Why PHOTORAMA?

    Renewable solar energy is one of the most promising candidates to lead the energy transition. Indeed, solar energy, often generated through the use of Photovoltaic (PV) panels, brings along the promise of fossil-free clean energy. To enter this paradigm, the PV industry has to be thought globally in a comprehensive circular approach considering the whole… Read More »Why PHOTORAMA?

  • Survey on PV recycling awareness

    Photorama is glad to announce the launch of our survey on PV recycling awareness! The survey is targeted at any interested party in PV recycling: we invite participants involved with the renewable energy sector to take part in our survey to help us understand better the level of awareness of stakeholders into the challenges and… Read More »Survey on PV recycling awareness

  • PHOTORAMA IN PV MAGAZINE

    A new article out in PV magazine highlights our plans to develop a new innovative pilot line for advanced PV recycling 🌞♻️💡🇪🇺The article is available here: https://www.pv-magazine.com/2021/11/17/european-consortium-develops-pilot-line-for-complete-pv-module-recycling/ For more information on our pilot line take a look at our website!

  • Discover our new Flyer!

    In this short explanatory flyer, we highlight the key information on PHOTORAMA: its role in making PV panels more sustainable, its objectives and expected impacts! Have a read here or download the document y clicking below. Don’t hesitate to share!

  • Coming soon

    All of Photorama’s publications and other relevant resources will be published here… stay tuned!

  • Hello world!

    We are happy to launch our project website PHOTORAMA. PHOTORAMA stands for “PHOtovoltaic waste management – advanced Technologies for recOvery & recycling of secondary RAw MAterials from end-of-life modules” and is funded by the EU framework programme H2020. The overall concept of PHOTORAMA is to develop and demonstrate new ecosystems of innovation leading to successful… Read More »Hello world!