Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

F. Schoden, J. Detzmeier, A.K. Schnatmann, T. Blachowicz, E. Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp, Sustainability 14 (2022).

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Schoden, FabianFH Bielefeld ; Detzmeier, Joscha; Schnatmann, Anna Katharina; Blachowicz, Tomasz; Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp, Eva
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Resources are becoming more expensive and less accessible, for instance construction wood or semiconductors. In addition, climate change requires the conversion of the energy system to 100% renewable energy. Therefore, we need resources to prevent the climate crisis from worsening, but at the same time, we are suffering from a worsening resource crisis. State-of-the-art technologies, such as silicon-based photovoltaic or wind power plants, are harnessing renewable energy but causing problems and resource losses at the end of their useful life. This alarming situation must be addressed with renewable energy technologies that can be used longer, repaired and remanufactured, and properly recycled at the end of their useful life. An emerging technology that can complement the established systems is dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs). Their production is less energy intensive and they can be manufactured without toxic materials. In line with the concept of the circular economy, the service life of all products must be improved in order to reduce resource consumption. Therefore, we investigated the potential for remanufacturing DSSCs by taking apart old DSSCs, cleaning the components, and building new DSSCs from the remanufactured components. The remanufactured DSSCs have the same or higher efficiencies and can be remanufactured multiple times.
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Schoden, Fabian ; Detzmeier, Joscha ; Schnatmann, Anna Katharina ; Blachowicz, Tomasz ; Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp, Eva: Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells. In: Sustainability Bd. 14, MDPI AG (2022), Nr. 9
Schoden F, Detzmeier J, Schnatmann AK, Blachowicz T, Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp E. Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells. Sustainability. 2022;14(9). doi:10.3390/su14095670
Schoden, F., Detzmeier, J., Schnatmann, A. K., Blachowicz, T., & Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp, E. (2022). Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells. Sustainability, 14(9). https://doi.org/10.3390/su14095670
@article{Schoden_Detzmeier_Schnatmann_Blachowicz_Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp_2022, title={Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells}, volume={14}, DOI={10.3390/su14095670}, number={95670}, journal={Sustainability}, publisher={MDPI AG}, author={Schoden, Fabian and Detzmeier, Joscha and Schnatmann, Anna Katharina and Blachowicz, Tomasz and Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp, Eva}, year={2022} }
Schoden, Fabian, Joscha Detzmeier, Anna Katharina Schnatmann, Tomasz Blachowicz, and Eva Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp. “Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” Sustainability 14, no. 9 (2022). https://doi.org/10.3390/su14095670.
F. Schoden, J. Detzmeier, A. K. Schnatmann, T. Blachowicz, and E. Schwenzfeier-Hellkamp, “Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells,” Sustainability, vol. 14, no. 9, 2022.
Schoden, Fabian, et al. “Investigating the Remanufacturing Potential of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” Sustainability, vol. 14, no. 9, 5670, MDPI AG, 2022, doi:10.3390/su14095670.
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