RoseStreet Labs Energy announces joint PV cell research with Los Alamos National Lab

Phoenix, AZ, July 29, 2008 — RoseStreet Labs Energy Inc. (RSLE) announced the successful implementation of a cooperative research and development agreement with Los Alamos National Laboratory to produce photovoltaic technology. At the center of this collaboration is a technology called ENABLE, which comprises the use of an energetic neutral atom beam to synthesize high quality thin films critical to the development of full spectrum photovoltaics.

The technology is thought to have many valuable applications including more efficient solar energy generation.

RoseStreet Labs Energy Inc. is a joint venture between RoseStreet Labs LLC and Sumitomo Chemical Corporation of Tokyo, Japan.

Los Alamos National Laboratory is a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in strategic science on behalf of national security for the Department of Energy.

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