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August 4th, 2003

U.S. Army Taps Konarka to Develop Renewable Power

Konarka Technologies, Inc., announced the United States Army has funded Konarka to develop the company’s photovoltaic technology to provide the Army with a source of lightweight, flexible, scalable and renewable power in a variety of form factors for military applications. Konarka leverages nanotechnology and conducting polymers to provide a source of renewable power.


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