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The development of a resource-efficient photovoltaic system

The development of a resource-efficient photovoltaic system
The development of a resource-efficient photovoltaic system
This paper presents the measures taken in the demonstration of the photovoltaic case study developed within the European project ‘Towards zero waste in industrial networks’ (Zerowin), integrating the D4R (Design for recycling, repair, refurbishment and reuse) criteria at both system and industrial network level. The demonstration is divided into three phases. The first phase concerns the development of a D4R photovoltaic concept, the second phase focused on the development of a specific component of photovoltaic systems and the third phase was the demonstration of the D4R design in two complete photovoltaic systems (grid-connected and stand-alone). This paper includes a description of the installed photovoltaic systems, including a brief summary at component level of the lithium ion battery system and the D4R power conditioning system developed for the pilot installations. Additionally, industrial symbioses within the network associated with the photovoltaic systems and the production model for the network are described.
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Arranz, P., Anzizu, M., Pineau, S., Marwede, M., den Boer, E., den Boer, J., Cocciantelli, J.M., Williams, I.D., Obersteiner, G., Scherhaufer, S. and Vallve, X. (2014) The development of a resource-efficient photovoltaic system. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Waste and Resource Management, 167 (WR3), 109-122. (doi:10.1680/warm.13.00027).

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This paper presents the measures taken in the demonstration of the photovoltaic case study developed within the European project ‘Towards zero waste in industrial networks’ (Zerowin), integrating the D4R (Design for recycling, repair, refurbishment and reuse) criteria at both system and industrial network level. The demonstration is divided into three phases. The first phase concerns the development of a D4R photovoltaic concept, the second phase focused on the development of a specific component of photovoltaic systems and the third phase was the demonstration of the D4R design in two complete photovoltaic systems (grid-connected and stand-alone). This paper includes a description of the installed photovoltaic systems, including a brief summary at component level of the lithium ion battery system and the D4R power conditioning system developed for the pilot installations. Additionally, industrial symbioses within the network associated with the photovoltaic systems and the production model for the network are described.

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Published date: 19 May 2014
Organisations: Centre for Environmental Science

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Local EPrints ID: 370293
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/370293
ISSN: 1747-6526
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ORCID for I.D. Williams: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0121-1219

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Date deposited: 28 Oct 2014 12:34
Last modified: 12 Nov 2019 01:47

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Author: P. Arranz
Author: M. Anzizu
Author: S. Pineau
Author: M. Marwede
Author: E. den Boer
Author: J. den Boer
Author: J.M. Cocciantelli
Author: I.D. Williams ORCID iD
Author: G. Obersteiner
Author: S. Scherhaufer
Author: X. Vallve

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