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December 06, 2006

DayStar Strengthens Management With Key Changes To Executive Posts

By: by Erica Dart, DayStar Technologies

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Halfmoon, NY - (PR Newswire) - November 28, 2006  - DayStar Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:DSTI), a developer and manufacturer of innovative CIGS Photovoltaic FoilTMproducts, today announced changes in the roles and responsibilities of its senior leadership team.  Specifically, Dr. Stephan DeLuca has been appointed DayStar's new Chief Executive Officer, replacing the Company's Founder and Chairman, Dr. John R. Tuttle, who will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board.

"From start-up through DayStar's critical development stage, John's vision and energy, as Founder and CEO, have contributed immeasurably to the Company's emergence as a noted contender for market leadership in the fast growing photovoltaic industry," stated Dr. Randolph A. Graves, Jr., DayStar's Lead Director.  "Since joining us in April, we have been impressed with the progress achieved in operations during Stephan's tenure as COO.  Based on his success and expertise in managing corporate environments, we are confident that, as DayStar's new CEO, he is ideally suited to successfully navigate the Company's ongoing transition into a commercial manufacturing enterprise."

"With this corporate management shift, I hope to concentrate my strengths on helping to develop strategies essential to the realization of DayStar's objectives," stated Dr. Tuttle. "As Chairman, I remain committed to ensuring that DayStar succeeds in its endeavor to ultimately achieve GW-scale manufacturing, and I am confident that Stephan will provide the continued leadership necessary to take the Company forward."

About DayStar Technologies, Inc.

DayStar Technologies, Inc. is an emerging leader in low cost, high efficiency PhotovoltaicFoilTM that converts sunlight into energy. The Company manufactures CIGS solar cells, which are deposited on flexible metal foils using production processes adapted from the semiconductor and magnetic drive industries. As an alternative to wafer-silicon solar cells, DayStar believes the unique combination of its CIGS solar cell design coupled with proprietary manufacturing processes on flexible metal substrates could substantially lower costs and remove deployment barriers currently limiting large adoption of solar energy.  For more information on the Company, please visit http://www.daystartech.com/.

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