In order to redefine its role in the support of the industrial and technical development of the sector, the eco-organization PV Cycle has adopted a new visual identity under the name of Soren
Since Wednesday, July 7, the Sorenbrand has replaced that of PV Cycle France and uses this evolution to present its ambition for the sector and the technological and technical challenges that all its players will have to face together: the alliance of the energy transition and the circular economy.
What is Soren?
Soren is a non-profit eco-organization approved by the public authorities for the collection and processing of used photovoltaic panels (private and professional) in France, bringing together more than 340 member companies that have chosen to collectively manage the issues related to end-of-life equipment. Between 2015 and 2020, more than 15,000 tons were collected at no cost to the holders directly from the dismantling sites or through the network of voluntary drop-off points. The recovery rate for a crystalline silicon-based photovoltaic module with an aluminum frame currently varies between 90% and 94%.
16,000 Photowatt photovoltaic panels will complete the installation of solar awnings for an estimated annual production of 6.3 GWh
In collaboration with EDF Renewables, the Bugey nuclear power plant has embarked on a large-scale project to promote the energy mix by equipping its parking lots with photovoltaic awnings.
The worksite took place in two phases. The first phase began in September 2020 on one of the plant’s parking lots where 11,700 panels were installed with an estimated annual production of 3.9 GWh. On the second phase of the site, the annual production is estimated at 2.4 GWh.
In total, the annual production of solar electricity is estimated at 6.3 GWh, of which 16,000 Photowatt panels will complete the electricity production of the nuclear power plant without CO2 emissions.
Always committed to innovation, research and development of new production processes, Photowatt collaborates with the PV Impact project, and opens its production lines to third parties (from September 2020 to March 2022) to continue the evolution towards the development of new technologies within thephotovoltaic industry and for the energy transition, as well as to share its know-how for the development and innovation of the solar manufacturing in Europe.
Photowatt participates in partnership with INES (National Institute for Solar Energy) in the INTERSOLAR exhibition in Munich. A collective 200m² stand shared with its industrial partners, experts and representatives of French know-how in solar energy, which aims to showcase the French solar sector.
Our team of experts awaits you for the next edition of Intersolar in 2021!
Produced in partnership with EGREGA and our low carbon modules. With an installed capacity of 5 MWp, it will produce 7 GWh / year, which is the equivalent of the electricity consumption of around 2,900 inhabitants!
In partnership with GAOCE, in 2021 we finalized the installation of the new brick maker in our Bourgoin-Jallieu plant, which will allow us to offer you the new generation of larger, more efficient and low-carbon photovoltaic modules.
With a total capacity of 2.6 MW, the Le Luc photovoltaic power plant will produce 3,757 MWh of electricity per year, equivalent to the annual consumption of 1,830 people. In addition to its contribution to the ecological transition, the park participates in the revalorization of degraded land.
Photowatt places the environmental requirement in its priorities to make its activity and its practices consistent, whether it is to limit the carbon footprint, to organize the recycling of photovoltaic panels, or to respect the best standards of the profession. .
Photowatt photovoltaic modules generate 3 times less carbon than Asian modules and they are close to the ratios of thin film modules.
Based on ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications as well as the most demanding product certifications in the profession, Photowatt places customer satisfaction at the heart of its priorities.
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