Climate change and its associated consequences are already playing a major role for many people in Germany. We are all affected in many areas of our lives. Climate change is not only a future scenario, but as recent years have shown repeatedly and clearly, it is already reality.
Can raw material and energy efficiency be further improved if paper mills, other businesses in the region and local municipalities increase their collaboration? Yes, it is possible, and at the same time, costs and environmental impact can be reduced!
The increasing internationalisation of the disposal markets and the increased involvement of cross-regional players influence waste management, but diverse other factors also have an impact on a local level.
The final report on the three year "40%plus eco-efficiency gains in the photovoltaic value chain with minimised resource and energy consumption by closed loop systems" project, funded by the EU Commission, is now available to download free of charge.
Within the scope of the “Local and social – adapting energy systems and social structures through interdisciplinary energy consulting at municipal level” ("Lokal und sozial – Anpassung von Energiesystemen und sozialen Strukturen durch interdisziplinäre Energieberatung auf kommunaler Ebene”) project, bifa examined the participation formats for the turn of energy policies.
bifa participated in the first forecast worldwide on the quantity of waste produced by PV modules (up to 2050). The study was published by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Photovoltaics Programme (PVPS) of the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The final report on the project: "MAI recycling – development of resource-efficient CFP recycling methods and process chains for the future provision of high-quality semi-finished rC products" is now available to download free of charge. (in German only)
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