July 14, 2008
By: by Rick Lewandowski, President, CEO, Prism Solar Technologies, Inc
Albany, New York - Prism Solar Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has won an "Achievement Award" voted on by the review panel of Venture Capital firms at the "NEW ENERGY SYMPOSIUM & SOLAR EXPO" held this week in Albany New York at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering ("CNSE") of the University at Albany.
Designed to showcase both the growing importance of alternative energy technologies and New York's leadership in developing and supporting clean and renewable energy companies, the New Energy Symposium was presented by New Energy New York ("NENY") and CNSE's Energy and Environmental Technology Applications Center ("E2TAC"). The event was co-chaired by Tom Birdsey, president and CEO of Einhorn Yaffee Prescott ("EYP") Architecture & Engineering and Chair of NENY, and Vincent DeLorio, chairman of the board of directors of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ("NYSERDA").
"It is a real honor to be one of the three winning business models chosen for this award. Given the competition in the form of other very exciting technologies and ventures at this conference, we are very happy to have received this award", said Rick Lewandowski, Prism's CEO. "The venue (http://www.e2tac.org/about.htm) coupled with world-class venture capital, entrepreneurial, government and academic leaders made this a tremendous networking opportunity" Lewandowski went on to say.
About Prism Solar Technologies, Inc.
Prism Solar Technologies, Inc. (PST), is an early stage PV manufacturer involved in manufacturing PV modules that employ its patented advanced holographic concentrator technology. To learn more about Prism Solar Technologies, Inc. visit Prism's web site at: http://www.prismsolar.com/. Earlier this month Prism took possession of the major components of its first 60 megawatt holographic film production line and expects to be shipping limited product by the end of 2008 with volume production in 2009. The company is already working on the design for a one gigawatt film production line.
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