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Maxeon Collaborate with Singapore's Nanyang Technological University for Solar Recycling Research

NTU ERI@N will also perform an all-inclusive lifecycle assessment of Maxeon's high-efficiency level of Interdigitated Back Contact (IBC) panels at the end of their useful life.

April 26, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha

Maxeon Solar Technologies, Ltd. has commenced an alliance with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), through its Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) to research methods to upgrade solar recycling.

This alliance is part of Maxeon's step to power a circular economy, the current project that the company has synthesized into a single comprehensive circular economy policy i.e., 'Powering a Circular Economy: Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling'.

NTU ERI@N will also perform an all-inclusive lifecycle assessment of Maxeon's high-efficiency level of Interdigitated Back Contact (IBC) panels at the end of their useful life.

Under this collaboration, NTU ERI@N and Maxeon Solar Technologies will tie-up to investigate green chemistries, find out opportunities for upcycling components, and search out methods to optimise material recovery.

Maxeon Solar Technologies is based in Singapore. Maxeon designs and manufactures Maxeon® and SunPower® brand solar panels, and has sales operations in more than 100 countries, working under the SunPower brand in several countries outside the United States.

NTU (ERI@N) was established in 2010 and the Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) distinctively for research performance directed towards results of industry significance.
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