On the one hand, environmental impacts of PV systems on climate change can vary significantly according to different parameters like the module technology, the chemical substances on the PV manufacturing, and the lifetime cycle of the system. On the other hand, to meet renewable energy targets by 2030 (especially supplying 27% of needed energy of European Union from renewable opion) invevitablely maximizes need to environmentally friendly energy production such as solar and wind.
The European Commission in order to fulfill these criteria launched the EU Ecolabel as one of its initiatives. The roots of EU Ecolabelling are found in the growing global concern for environmental protection on the part of governments, businesses and the public.
Framework and mission of EU Ecolabel initiative driven by CEA-INES, ENEA and Fraunhofer ISE. Therefore, new high-tech PV modules will qualify for this new Ecolabel.
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