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capacity for long-term demand. Total additional TMG capacity resulting from the multi-phase plan is expected to be 60 metric tons per year. http://www.dow.com

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he Board of Dyesol Limited (ASX: DYE) is delighted to announce Mr. Clemens Betzel as

the new Chief Executive Officer responsible for Global operations of the Dyesol Group of compa- nies. Clemens studied at the Bonn University, graduating with a bachelor degree in law and started his working life as a career diplomat for the German Foreign Of- fice working in a number of different countries and policy areas. On leaving the German Foreign Office Clemens joined United Technologies Corp. (UTC) as President, International Operations, Europe. More recently, Clemens was President of a U.K. based third generation solar energy company implementing their manufacturing start-up and commercialisati- on agenda. Clemens has become particularly well known to Dyesol in the past 12 months, acting as an adviser in relation to the European renewable energy sector.

Mr. Richard Caldwell, Executive Chairman of Dyes- ol stated: “We are extremely pleased that we have been able to attract a person of Clemens’ calibre and experience to fulfil the role of Global Chief Executi- ve. He will head the executive management group and have a global mandate to manage the increasing challenges of a rapidly growing technology company. Clemens recently participated in the Dyesol board sponsored strategy and business planning workshop, which set the three year framework for the strategic business growth of the company. In his new role, Clemens will be responsible for implementing this

strategy, drawing on his commercialisation expe- rience and extensive global networks.”

Furthermore, the collaboration between Dyesol Inc., (DYE) and Pilkington North America (PNA) has resulted in the formation of a new company, DyeTec Solar (DTS). PNA is part of the NSG Group (NSG), one of the world’s largest manufacturers of glass and glazing products for the building, automotive and specialty glass markets and the leading supplier of Transparent Conductive Oxide (TCO) glass, and Dyesol is recognized as the world leader in dye solar cell (DSC) products and technology. DTS will be located in Toledo OH, near PNA’s corporate R&D centre. DTS will develop and deliver the Standard Technology Platform (STP) solution for mass manuf- acture of BIPV (Building Integrated Photovoltaics), AIPV (Automotive Integrated Photovoltaics), as well as interior PV generating glass based products, powered displays and security devices. The STP is a configurable manufacturing equipment set and rela- ted processes that are designed to leverage optimi- sed TCO and DSC materials from PNA and Dyesol, respectively, and enable downstream suppliers in the global glass market to mass manufacture, high perfor- ming DSC – TCO glass based products. http://www.dyesol.com

E Ink® Corporation, the leading developer and producer of electronic paper display technology,

and Chilin Technology Corporation, a leading ma- nufacturer of vertically integrated flat panel displays, announced a partnership today to bring low-power industrial and other specialized electrophoretic displays to the marketplace. The cooperation bet- ween the two companies enables solutions that are highly integrated, easy to use and install, and tailored

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