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July 17th, 2007
Octillion Corp. (OCTL) previously at $2.03 up 11% at $2.26 with 766,409 shares traded. (OCTL) was highlighted today by GMCR and last month by StockEgg.com HotOtc.com, and Investment House
Octillion Corp. shares have continued to gain momentum after the announcement last month that early models of Octillion's transparent photovoltaic 'NanoPower Windows, are indeed capable of generating electricity. The breakthrough was made possible through the use of Octillion's transparent NanoPower Windows is a proprietary spray coating of a silicon nanoparticle film, which is fluorescent and able to convert the sun's energy into electricity. The film was able to successfully convert high energy photons into lower energy photons, thus optimizing electrical conversion by preventing high energy photons from being unnecessarily wasted through conversion into heat.
Octillion Corp., together with its wholly owned subsidiaries, is a technology incubator focused on the identification, acquisition, development and eventual commercialization of emerging technologies.
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