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Octillion Corp. (Symbol: OCTL), an alternative energy technology incubator, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Barry Honig to its newly established Advisory Board, which will be comprised of respected experts in solar energy and solar related technologies, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance.
Mr. Honig is a highly regarded venture capital investor and coveted advisor to numerous early stage companies. He has assisted many companies with going public via reverse mergers, successfully raising significant amounts of capital and achieving listings on the NASDAQ Stock Market, including: Infologix Inc. (NASDAQ: IFLG), Akeena Solar (NASDAQ: AKNS), Neuro Hitech Inc. (NASDAQ: NHPI), Health Benefits (HBDT), Handheld Entertainment (NASDAQ: ZVUE), Towerstream Corp. (NASDAQ: TWER), China Clean Energy (CCGY) and Novelos Therapeutics (NVLT).
Mr. Honig, whose particular expertise is in corporate finance, capital structure, debt financings, and mergers and acquisitions, comments, "I am excited to join the Octillion team and look forward to creating significant shareholder value by leveraging numerous, long standing relationships that I have established during my career."
"The Advisory Board is being formed to augment and complement the Company's management team and to enhance Octillion's sphere of opportunity," stated Mr. Nicholas S. Cucinelli, Octillion's President and CEO. "As an alternative energy technology incubator, we not only need cutting edge technologies in our portfolio, but also the intellectual capital to move these technologies through the research and development stage and onto commercialization. In addition to Mr. Honig, we will be further building our Advisory Board with new members in the near future."
About Octillion Corp.
Octillion Corp. is an alternative energy technology incubator focused on the identification, acquisition, development and eventual commercialization of emerging solar energy and solar related technologies.
Among our current research and development activities is the development of a technology that has the potential of adapting existing home and office glass windows into ones capable of generating electricity from solar energy without losing significant transparency or requiring major changes in manufacturing infrastructure.
The technological potential of adapting existing glass windows into ones capable of generating electricity from the sun’s solar energy has been made possible through a ground breaking discovery of an electrochemical and ultrasound process that produces identically sized (1 to 4 nanometers in diameter) highly luminescent nanoparticles of silicon that provide varying wavelengths of photoluminescence with high quantum down conversion efficiency of short wavelengths (50% to 60%).
When thin films of silicon nanoparticles are deposited (sprayed) onto silicon substrates, ultraviolet light is absorbed and converted into electrical current. With appropriate connections, the film acts as nanosilicon photovoltaic solar cells that convert solar radiation to electrical energy.
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