Konarka, Solaris partner on solar work

June 7, 2005 — Konarka Technologies Inc. of Lowell, Mass., and Solaris Nanosciences of Providence, R.I., announced they have entered into a joint development agreement under which the two companies will evaluate the performance and efficiency of solar cells made with Konarka’s light-activated power plastic and Solaris’ metal structures.

The companies believe Solaris’ nanoscale metallic structures could act as “nano-antennas” for light-sensitive molecules, thereby enhancing the energy conversion efficiency of Konarka’s polymer-based photovoltaic devices.

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