Mariska de Wild-Scholten
Mariska de Wild-Scholten
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Energy payback time and carbon footprint of commercial photovoltaic systems
MJM de Wild-Scholten
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 119, 296-305, 2013
2792013
Environmental life cycle inventory of crystalline silicon photovoltaic module production
M de Wild-Scholten, EA Alsema
MRS Online Proceedings Library (OPL) 895, 2005
270*2005
Environmental impacts of PV electricity generation-a critical comparison of energy supply options
EA Alsema, MJ de Wild-Scholten, VM Fthenakis
21st European photovoltaic solar energy conference, 3201-07, 2006
2232006
Methodology guidelines on life cycle assessment of photovoltaic electricity
V Fthenakis, R Frischknecht, M Raugei, HC Kim, E Alsema, M Held, ...
IEA PVPS Task 12, 2011
1762011
Crystalline silicon solar module technology: Towards the 1€ per watt‐peak goal
C Del Canizo, G Del Coso, WC Sinke
Progress in photovoltaics: research and applications 17 (3), 199-209, 2009
1412009
Life cycle inventories and life cycle assessment of photovoltaic systems
R Frischknecht, R Itten, P Sinha, M de Wild-Scholten, J Zhang, ...
International Energy Agency (IEA) PVPS Task 12, Report T12 4, 2015, 2015
1302015
The energy payback time of advanced crystalline silicon PV modules in 2020: a prospective study
SA Mann, MJ de Wild‐Scholten, VM Fthenakis, WG van Sark, WC Sinke
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 22 (11), 1180-1194, 2014
842014
Energy Return on Energy Invested (ERoEI) for photovoltaic solar systems in regions of moderate insolation: A comprehensive response
M Raugei, S Sgouridis, D Murphy, V Fthenakis, R Frischknecht, C Breyer, ...
Energy Policy 102, 377-384, 2017
762017
A cost and environmental impact comparison of grid-connected rooftop and ground-based PV systems
MJ de Wild-Scholten, EA Alsema, EW Ter Horst, M Bächler, VM Fthenakis
21st European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 3167-73, 2006
672006
Methodology guidelines on life cycle assessment of photovoltaic electricity
R Frischknecht, G Heath, M Raugei, P Sinha, M de Wild-Scholten
National Renewable Energy Lab.(NREL), Golden, CO (United States), 2016
662016
Life Cycle Assessment of Photovoltaics: update of ecoinvent data V2. 0
N Jungbluth, M Tuchschmid, M de Wild-Scholten
ESU-services Ltd 50, 2008
662008
The real environmental impacts of crystalline silicon PV modules: an analysis based on up-to-date manufacturers data
EA Alsema, MJ de Wild-Scholten
Presented at the 20th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference 6, 10, 2005
572005
Reduction of the environmental impacts in crystalline silicon module manufacturing
EA Alsema, MJ de Wild-Schoten
22nd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 829-836, 2007
562007
Energy efficiency obligations in the Netherlands-a role for white certificates?
PA Boot
ECN, 2009
52*2009
Methodology guidelines on life cycle assessment of photovoltaic electricity
E Alsema, D Fraile, R Frischknecht, V Fthenakis, M Held, HC Kim, W Pölz, ...
IEA PVPS Task 12, 2009
422009
Life cycle assessment of photovoltaics: perceptions, needs, and challenges
VM Fthenakis, EA Alsema, MJ de Wild-Scholten
Conference Record of the Thirty-first IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists …, 2005
392005
Energierücklaufzeiten für PV-module und systeme energy payback times of PV modules and systems
M de Wild-Scholten
Workshop Photovoltaik-Modultechnik 26, 27, 2009
372009
Environmental life cycle assessment of advanced silicon solar cell technologies
EA Alsema, MJ de Wild-Scholten
Presented at the 19th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference 7, 11, 2004
342004
Towards cleaner solar PV: Environmental and health impacts of crystalline silicon photovoltaics
M de Wild-Scholten, E Alsema
Refocus 5 (5), 46-49, 2004
292004
Environmental profile of PV mass production: globalization
M de Wild-Scholten
26thEuropean Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, Hamburg8 September, 2011
282011
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