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December 18th, 2007
A COMPANY which manufactures next-generation solar technology has signed a research and development agreement with Cardiff University.
Cardiff-based G24i has reached a deal with the university's school of engineering that will allow it to access the facilities.
G24i's Dye Sensitised Thin Film combines innovative material science and nanotechnology to generate renewable power in a process similar to photosynthesis.
The technology is expected to make solar energy a viable renewable energy option for the first time for a range of new industries and geographies.
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