Advantages of Dye Solar Cells in Charging Electronic Devices (Energy Harvesting & Storage USA 2009)


Ms Sylvia Tulloch, Managing Director
Dyesol
Australia
 
2009 11월4일.

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Presentation Summary

  • DSC - Using nanotechnology and biomimicry to harvest low intensity light
  • Roadmap to higher efficiency using DSC tandem structures
  • New concepts to combine energy generation and storage

Speaker Biography (Sylvia Tulloch)

Sylvia Tulloch was the founding Managing Director of Dyesol, responsible for the business strategy and plan, and conceived the company name and logo for Dyesol. She was formally Executive Director of STI from 2001 to 2004, and Joint Managing Director of STA from 1994 to 2000. She is the named investor of several Dyesol's patents, including the key patents for the SureVolt flexible panel and the CEGS combined Energy Generation and Storage devices. She is Managing Director of Dyesol Industries Pty Ltd and is now especially focused on Dyesol strategy in the North American Region. Investor Relations is her personal responsibility. Sylvia is a materials scientist with over twenty five years experience in establishment and management of high technology business, and a particular interest in the commercialisation process. She holds a MSc degree from the University of NSW. She was formerly President of the Sustainable Energy Industries Association of Australia, Chair of the Renewable Energy Action Agenda Implementation Group and on the committee guiding the Australian Renewable Energy Technology Roadmap, and a Director of the Australian Business Council for Sustainable Energy. She is currently a member of the Future Manufacturing Industries Innovation Council, which advises the Australian Minister for Industry.

Company Profile (Dyesol)

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Dyesol, a global supplier of dye-sensitized solar cell (DSC) photovolatic technology, is collaborating with top tier corporations around the world, such as Tata Steel, to develop flexible cell-based product solutions for the consumer goods market.
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