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We Recycle Solar Partners With EDP Renewables’ Close the Loop Program

Yuma, Arizona – December 13, 2023 – We Recycle Solar today announces its role in EDP Renewables North America’s (EDPR NA) groundbreaking Close the Loop Program, a comprehensive initiative designed to revolutionize the recycling of materials within the renewable energy industry. The program, launched on December 12, 2023, positions We Recycle Solar as a key partner in EDPR’s commitment to responsible resource management and environmental stewardship.

EDPR NA’s Close the Loop Program goes beyond mere recycling. It fosters a collaborative environment where industry leaders like We Recycle Solar work together to develop and implement innovative solutions for sustainable resource management. This collaborative spirit is crucial for creating a truly circular economy within the renewable energy sector, ensuring long- term environmental health and economic prosperity.

We Recycle Solar brings an unparalleled level of expertise and dedication to the Close The Loop Program. Our state-of-the-art facilities and proven processes enable us to recover up to 99% of valuable materials from recycled solar panels, minimizing waste and maximizing environmental benefits.

We Recycle Solar is proud to be recognized by EDPR as a leader in responsible recycling practices. Our commitment to environmental sustainability extends beyond our participation in the Close the Loop Program. We are actively engaged in research and development initiatives to continually improve our recycling processes and minimize our environmental footprint.

Adam Saghei, CEO of We Recycle Solar: “We are thrilled to partner with EDPR on this groundbreaking initiative. The Close the Loop Program demonstrates a profound commitment to environmental responsibility and paves the way for a more sustainable future for the renewable energy industry. We Recycle Solar is proud to contribute our expertise and experience to this critical effort.”