Press reports on DSCs

Solar cell electrolytes: Into the mix (Nature)

by Gavin Armstrong, Nature Chemistry

The electrolytes of high-performance dye-sensitized solar cells (DSCs) have previously contained volatile solvents, which need robust encapsulation if they are to be used outdoors. Now, Michael Graetzel and co-workers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Changchun have developed stable and solvent-free ionic liquid electrolytes through the rational mixing of three solid imidazolium salts [1].

Solar dyes give a guiding light (BBC News)

By Matt McGrath. BBC science correspondent, 11 July 2008
Source: BBC News

A new way of capturing the energy from the Sun could increase the power generated by solar panels tenfold, a team of American scientists has shown. The new technique involves coating glass with a specific mixture of transparent dyes which redirect light to photovoltaic cells in the frame.

G24 Innovations - FAQs of the company devoted to Dye Sensitized Solar Cells

by Sion Barry, Western Mail, May 17 2008

Company Location: Wentloog Environmental Centre, Cardiff.

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Dyesol & Timo Technology Sign off Heads of Agreement (HOA) for Korean Joint Venture

Seoul, Korea / Canberra, Australia - 4th June 2008
Source: Dyesol Limited, press release

Dyesol (ASX: DYE) and Timo Technology (KOSDAQ; 037340) have signed a HOA as the first step in investigating the establishment of a Joint Venture In Korea to develop Dyesol's Dye Solar Cell (DSC) Technology for the Consumer Electronics Market. Korea is a rapidly developing market place and technology development centre for DSC.

G24i lights the way for homes in Rwanda (using Dye Sensitized Solar Cells)

by Aled Blake, Western Mail, May 26 2008

Korea, Libya to Jointly Harness Solar Power using DSSCs

By Cho Jin-seo, Staff Reporter /6 June 2008
Source: The Korea Times

If North Korea tried to teach Libya how to go nuclear, then South Korea may be able to help the Middle-Eastern country divert to a safer, cleaner and more plentiful type of energy ? the sun. The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) said Tuesday that it will develop an advanced type of solar energy generation system for the Renewable Energies and Water Desalination Research Center (REWDRC) of Libya.

Around the world with dye-sensitized solar cells

Source: Printed Electronics World, 27 May 2008

Delft, Holland

Sony says it has developed cost-efficient dye-sensitized solar cells

Tokyo, May 25, 2008
Reporting by Kiyoshi Takenaka; Editing by Tomasz Janowski

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