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August 4th, 2003

U.S. Army Taps Konarka to Develop Renewable Power

Abstract:
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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