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|File:DayStar Technologies logo.jpg|
|Traded as||OTC Pink: DSTI|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
Santa Clara, California,
Area served 🗺️
|revenue = $1 million USD (2007)|
|-$6.5 million USD (2007)|
Number of employees
|109 (Q4 2009) |
DayStar Technologies, Inc. is a publicly traded solar energy company located in Santa Clara, California. Its primary product is a thin film photovoltaic material on a glass or plastic substrate. These thin film solar modules are manufactured using copper indium gallium (di)selenide (CIGS), which has shown a 19.5% NREL efficiency in real world conditions, slightly above CdTe and significantly above amorphous silicon. As part of their initiative to become a more integrated global renewable energy company, Daystar undertook to purchase Eco Energy Solutions Australia Pty Ltd on June 4, 2012 with a binding letter of intent. Daystar failed to consummate the transaction by tendering cash and shares as per this agreement. As a result, the Managing Director of Eco Energy Solutions and Daystar Technologies board member were forced to place Eco Energy Solutions into liquidation. This resulted in the lodgement of a lawsuit in the United States to recover losses from Daystar Technologies International.
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