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July 19th, 2008

Dyesol signs 600,000 DSC development contract with Acrosol, Korea

Abstract:
Dyesol Ltd. has agreed to provide a turnkey R&D laboratory and comprehensive training in Dye Solar Cell (DSC) development with Korea-based Acrosol, a Korean University spin-out company. The 600,000 agreement will see the companies collaborate on the commercialization of Acrosol's DSC technology and products via materials supply and technical co-operation.

Acrosol is located in the business incubator at Chonnam National University and has particular expertise in Dye Solar Cell nanomaterials such as Phosphor-Doped DSC. The contract was finalized following the initial payment of 150,000 to Dyesol.

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