成果報告書詳細
管理番号20150000000290
タイトル*平成26年度中間年報 太陽光発電リサイクル技術開発プロジェクト 太陽光発電リサイクル動向調査 太陽光発電リサイクルに関する動向および評価手法の調査(H26-H28) 
公開日2016/4/22
報告書年度2014 - 2014
委託先名みずほ情報総研株式会社
プロジェクト番号P14020
部署名新エネルギー部
和文要約
英文要約Title: Development project for Photovoltaic (PV) recycling technology. Investigation on trends in PV recycling. Investigation on trends in PV recycling and evaluation methodologies (FY2014-2016) FY2014 Annual Report

The WEEE recast in Europe in 2012 provides obligation of taking back EOL PV modules, recovering and recycling (or reusing) materials contained. Each country in EU should enforce the national law until 14 February 2014. However, countries which has established the new law confirmed as of March 2015, was only 14 countries and 1 region.
PV CYCLE in Europe started operation of taking back and recycling EOL PV module in June 2010, and a cumulative amount taken back until February 2015 was 10,741 ton.
In California, USA, a senator bill for regulating treatment of EOL PV modules has been introduced. The bill requires designating EOL PV modules as identified as hazardous wastes, as Universal Waste. Although the bill has not been voted yet, if the vote will successful, it will come into force in January 2016.
In Europe, some technology development projects have been implemented by the EU, such as FRELP, PV Morede, Cu-PV, CABRISS. The CABRISS was proposed in September 2014 and approved in early 2015, and the objective is to develop a circular economy for the photovoltaic benefiting also for the electronics, metallurgy and glass industries.
Some companies and organisations, such as First Solar, Loser Chemie, Accurec Recycling in Europe, and Yingli Green Energy, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences in China, are carrying out technology developments for PV module recycling.
Issues to be discussed for evaluating impacts of PV recycling technologies are a status of current technologies (baseline) before installing new technologies, a boundary for evaluation, and items of environmental impacts evaluated.
Taking into account environmental responsibility, the most rational process will be feasible as the baseline technology. However, targeting promotion of various new technologies, a typical or classic current technology will be the baseline.
In general, expected impacts of recycling will be shared by EOL treatment and usage of materials recycled. However, in case evaluating technologies for recycling, all impacts expected will be attributed to the EOL treatment. The boundary for evaluation should be decided to make clear such expected impacts.
Candidate items of evaluating environmental impacts will be global warming, waste, mineral resource depletion, human toxicity and energy consumption.
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