Dyesol advised that it had completed the delivery and installation of equipment for DyeTec Solar’s dye-sensitized solar cell (DSC)-based BIPV program, which is funded by the Ohio Third Frontier Fund. The equipment was delivered to DyeTec’s Toledo, Ohio facility with Dyesol noting that it had relocated staff with a DSC background to the site. Management and technical personnel moved to Ohio in May and completed the first phase of the program, which has allowed Dye Tec to commence building prototype panels.
“Dyesol is committed to supporting Dye Tec Solar and the Ohio Third Frontier Fund by providing equipment, technology and staff. We are focused on bringing together the very best resources to support our partners and customers’ long term goals in developing DSC based solutions for the built environment. DSC transforms ordinary glass and metal building products into solar panels, transforming buildings into power plants,” stated Marc Thomas, chief executive officer of Dyesol.