Soaring into the future with solar power

Seoul researchers have developed a technique to recycle discarded solar panels, creating high-performance solar cells.

The adoption of this new technique will become crucial in the coming decades as current solar panels will be discarded after their operational life of roughly 20 years.

πŸ’‘ According to the Korea Environment Institute’s data, 27,627 tons of panels are likely to be discarded domestically in 2032.

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