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Contact:

27936 Lost Canyon Road, Suite 202
Santa Clarita, CA 91387

Tel: (661) 251-0001
Fax: (661) 251-0003
Email: info@biosolar.com or

http://www.biosolar.com/contact.html
http://www.biosolar.com/index.php



PETROLEUM FREE: A new backsheet for solar cells is created from cotton and castor beans rather than petroleum-based plastics.

 

Business Description:

BioSolar, Inc. has developed a breakthrough technology to produce bio-based materials from renewable plant sources that will reduce the cost per watt of solar cells. Most of the solar industry is focused on photovoltaic efficiency to reduce cost. BioSolar is the first company to introduce a new dimension of cost reduction by replacing petroleum-based plastic solar cell components with durable bio-based components.

Through the advanced manipulation of bio-based polymers, BioSolar intends to produce robust bio-based components that meet the stringent thermal and durability requirements of current solar cell manufacturing processes. BioSolar materials can be used directly in conventional manufacturing systems, such as injection molding and thin-film roll-to-roll, to create superstrate layer, substrate layer, backsheet as well as module and panel components.

Whether solar cells are produced using crystalline silicon, amorphous silicon or other solar technologies, BioSolar can help reduce the cost per watt through the use of its lower cost bio-based materials. 

By removing petroleum from solar cells, BioSolar makes solar energy a true green source of energy.

 

News:

http://www.biosolar.com/news.php

 

Hows its made:

The bio-based components are a composite of cellulosic material derived from cotton, combined with an arcane nylon (nylon 11) derived from castor beans. The two sustainably sourced components are combined utilizing the company's proprietary manufacturing process.

BioSolar starts with used cotton rags and turns them into a film of cellulose a natural fiber. They then blend this film with a type of nylon made from castor beans by Philadephia-based Arkema, Inc. to make the so-called BioBacksheet. Initial testing by the company at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory shows that this flexible plastic backsheet lasts as long or longer than conventional ones, and keeps out just as much moisture.

In addition to keeping away from petroleum plastics, BioSolar also claims not to be using any genetically modified crops in its product-a further boost to its green credibility. But nearly 90 percent of the U.S. cotton crop is so altered, either to resist insects, herbicides or both, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. And cotton cultivation still requires tons of pesticides and fertilizers, both of which are derived, in part, from petroleum.

Regardless, if the used cotton and castor oil-based backsheet proves cheaper than the petroleum version it may help remove a bit more fossil sunshine from the new solar energy. "Our goal is to replace all the petroleum plastic out of the solar cells with this bio-based one," Lee says. "The real merit is that we can actually reduce the cost of the backsheet compared to conventional petroleum-based backsheet." Lee claims their backsheets will cost 25 percent less than conventional backsheets, which cost between $0.70 and $1 per square foot.

 

Product Overview:

BioSolar is developing a comprehensive line of bioplastic films and resins for solar cell manufacturers, based on its breakthrough bioplastic technology. There are primarily two kinds of solar cells in the market today: traditional crystalline silicon (c-Si) and thin film solar cells. While thin film technology promises lower cost and more efficient manufacturing, it still represents a very small part of the solar cell market. Traditional c-Si solar cells command 94% of the market today while thin film and other non-c-Si solar cells are projected to grow to only 8% by 2010.

Our product roadmap is designed to align BioSolar with market opportunities. Whether solar cells are produced using crystalline silicon, amorphous silicon or other solar technologies, BioSolar can help reduce the cost per watt through the use of its lower cost bioplastics.

* BioSolar Backsheet
* BioSolar Thin Film Substrate
* BioSolar Superstrate
* BioSolar Plastic

BioSolar is in a very unique position within the supply chain to provide the entire solar industry, including next generation thin-film manufacturers, further cost reductions through the use of its breakthrough bio-based materials.


 

Biosolar Backsheet:


Our line of BioSolar Backsheets, based on our proprietary bio-based materials technology, is designed specifically for c-Si solar cell manufacturers. These backsheets will be available in rolls of film for direct use in lamination and roll-to-roll assembly systems. We estimate that using BioSolar Backsheets can reduce cost by 50% over traditional backsheet materials.

Biosolar Thin-Film Substrate:

With the growth of the thin film solar cell market, we are undertaking research and development efforts on a modified version of our bio-based materials for use in thin film substrates. In thin film processing, the layers of a solar cell are deposited on top of a substrate and built up instead of laminating the completed cell.

Therefore, the thermal and mechanical requirements for thin film are different than those for c-Si. Currently available thin film substrates are primarily stainless steel or petroleum-based plastics, generally very expensive materials. We anticipate that with the proper enhancements to bio-based materials, we can deliver a bio-based substrate to thin film manufacturers for use in roll-to-roll chemical vapor deposition (CVD) processes.

Biosolar Superstrate:

The top layer of a solar cell is traditionally made of glass or other specialty non bio-based polymers. The solar industry consumes as much top layer as backsheets and substrates. We believe that a transparent bio-based material can be produced to replace this layer to further reduce the cost of current and next generation solar cells.

 
Biosolar Plastic:
 
To complete our portfolio of bio-based offerings, we also anticipate developing a line of bio-based resins for injection molding applications in creating various housing and packaging components for solar panels and arrays.

 

SEC/ Misc Investor info:

http://www.otcbb.com/asp/quote_module.asp?qm_page=53678&symbol=BSRC

http://yahoo.brand.edgar-online.com/default.aspx?companyid=727302

Company Info;

http://www.pinksheets.com/pink/quote/quote.jsp?symbol=bsrc

http://www.otcbb.com/asp/quote_module.asp?symbol=bsrc

Yahoo:    

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=BSRC.OB  

http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/mb/BSRC.OB

T&S:

http://quotes.freerealtime.com/dl/frt/S?IM=quotes&SA=quotes%7CTime%2526Sales&symbol=bsrc&type=Time%26Sales&action=Go%21

 



 

Partners:

Parkinson Technologies, Inc.     http://www.parkinsontechnologies.com

Rowland Technologies, Inc.      http://www.rowtec.com

SBM Solar, Inc.                         http://www.sbmsolar.com

 

Management Team and Directors:

David D. Lee, Founder and Chief Executive Officer:
David D. Lee has over 20 years of engineering, marketing, sales, and corporate management experience in the areas of military and consumer communication systems, automotive electronics, software development and consulting. Mr. Lee holds a Ph.D.in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Stanley B. Levy, Chief Technology Officer:
Stanley B. Levy has over 40 years of engineering and technical experience in the areas of plastics and film development. Dr. Levy spent 27 years at DuPont working on many of their premiere films, including Teflon, Mylar and Kapton. He holds 12 patents, his work has been published in numerous technical publications and he has received several awards for technical excellence. Dr. Levy holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island.

Other Directors:

Steven C. Bartling, Director:
Steven C. Bartling has over 20 years of engineering and corporate management experience in the areas of ultra high performance digital CMOS circuit design, high performance microprocessor architecture/design, systems on a chip, packaging, and test. For the last 4 years, he has been employed in ASIC R&D for Texas Instruments, Inc. Mr. Bartling holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Dennis LePon, Director:
Dennis LePon has over 35 years of financial, managerial, and business experience working for a bank, real estate finance companies, as well as a start up high tech company. He currently serves as Chief Financial officer of Catalyst Resource Group, Inc., a real estate finance and consulting firm offering specialized financing for healthcare, C-Store and Gasoline Station and other varied commercial properties nationwide. Mr. LePon holds a Bachelor of Arts from California State University at Northridge and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California.

Advisors:

Charles E. Carraher, Jr., Ph.D - Scientific Advisor:
Charles E. Carraher, Jr. is a renowned scientist in the field of chemistry and materials. Dr. Carraher is currently Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and Associate Director of the Florida Center for Environmental Studies . Dr. Carraher was previously Dean of the College of Science at FAU, Chair of the Science Division at the University of South Dakota, and Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Wright State University. He has received numerous awards and recognitions including being named a Fellow in the American Institute of Chemists, in the first class of being named a Fellow for the ACS-PMSE, and in 1992 given the Florida Award that recognizes the outstanding chemist in southeast US.. Dr. Carraher's research has led to the creation of over 70 new families of polymers as well as new methods for their synthesis and characterization. His primary areas of research related to BioSolar business include high strength materials, geo-membranes, identification of materials, biomedical and bioactive materials, conductive and semiconductive polymers, thermally stable materials and high temperature superconductors. He is the inventor and holder of a number of basic patents including the initial chemical synthesis of nucleic acids. Over the course of his distinguished career, Dr. Carraher has published over 50 books and 900 articles, chaired numerous national and international committees, served as science advisor to Senator McGovern, and helped shape the American education system from K-12 to post-graduate education in the field chemistry and materials. Dr. Carraher holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Michael D. Wyrsta, Technical Consultant:
Michael D. Wyrsta has over 10 years of technical experience in the areas of chemistry and novel materials. Dr. Wyrsta has been part of several start-up ventures. Recently he served as an senior member of GRT, Inc., where his duties included the continued development of novel materials and catalysts for the conversion of natural gas to liquids and other chemicals. As the senior chemist, Dr. Wyrsta directed GRT's research and development efforts for a number of large customers in the chemical and petroleum businesses. He previously served as the Chief Technology Officer of SBA Materials, establishing strategic business contracts, guiding intellectual property development and breaking new ground in solid-state composite materials for the electronics, photonics and pharma industries. Dr. Wyrsta holds a PhD in Materials from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

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#1734   BioSolar Reports Progress in Reducing the Cost and molee 11/28/17 08:08:25 AM
#1733   Nope, a Fisker product...need to get the Korean Helter Skelter 11/15/17 12:29:20 PM
#1732   Oh , so this isn't Biosolar's "product" ... molee 11/15/17 07:42:24 AM
#1731   Sounds very promising .. Thanks for the heads molee 11/14/17 10:22:37 PM
#1730   Better let the cat out of the bag... Helter Skelter 11/14/17 06:18:49 PM
#1729   Wish these guys would get a product to molee 11/10/17 10:03:41 AM
#1728   BioSolar’s Silicon Anode Additive Material Technology Featured at molee 11/07/17 07:16:37 AM
#1727   There new technology was recently exhibited at the bizwiz2011 11/05/17 11:34:05 AM
#1726   Lighten up on the selling , would ya molee 10/24/17 02:08:29 PM
#1725   Selling shares to pay bills , I guess :-( molee 10/20/17 10:47:17 AM
#1724   South Korean can't figure how to put it together? janga 10/04/17 09:19:30 AM
#1723   SEC.gov / SEC Announces Enforcement Initiatives to Combat janga 09/29/17 09:32:57 AM
#1722   A $5 trillion transition is taking place in janga 09/28/17 11:43:52 PM
#1721   News BSRC Gigi70 09/13/17 08:47:28 AM
#1720   "Elon Musk's Tesla could soon be overtaken in Gigi70 08/12/17 11:44:10 AM
#1719   CDEL (noteholder) is a B*TCH ... molee 08/09/17 10:41:59 AM
#1718   Good news, and I mean awesome news, will Helter Skelter 08/08/17 09:53:21 PM
#1717   Was wondering where etrd 90,000 came from janga 08/08/17 06:19:49 PM
#1716   Wake me up when this thing moves... LOL! markp1950 08/08/17 03:09:57 PM
#1715   I hate shorters markp1950 08/08/17 03:04:05 PM
#1714   FORM 10-Q molee 08/08/17 02:22:44 PM
#1713   If Co. telling the Truth then Stock is janga 08/08/17 01:09:04 PM
#1712   Why no Big Eyes seeing This or Whales? janga 08/08/17 12:03:53 PM
#1711   Always the bid wackin' ... WTH ! ! ! molee 08/08/17 11:26:37 AM
#1710   Strong move on news lithium battery enhancer big lukin4winners 08/08/17 09:40:26 AM
#1709   Hit the gas pedal boys ;-) molee 08/08/17 09:39:37 AM
#1708   BioSolar Expands Market Opportunities with Performance Boosting Additive molee 08/08/17 07:34:31 AM
#1707   The number of shares of registrant’s common stock Helter Skelter 08/07/17 02:58:39 PM
#1706   A legendary Ford plant could be inspiring Elon janga 08/06/17 07:05:28 PM
#1705   Electric Car Boom Drives Rush to Mining's $90 janga 08/06/17 06:56:29 PM
#1704   And this one might give you a full janga 08/04/17 09:46:25 PM
#1703   Imagine running your IPhone a Week without Changing janga 08/04/17 09:40:23 PM
#1702   Crossing fingers, but not holding my breath...They said Banski 08/04/17 08:38:01 AM
#1701   Good advice, buy cheap... all just my opinion Gigi70 08/02/17 01:58:14 PM
#1700   "...is expected to reach $221.1 billion by 2026, Gigi70 08/02/17 01:39:26 PM
#1699   https://m.phys.org/news/2017-07-two-dimensional-nanomaterials-lithium-ion-batter Gigi70 08/02/17 01:36:56 PM
#1698   .045 wall comin' down ..blue sky after that . molee 08/02/17 11:03:32 AM
#1697   I hate shorters bizwiz2011 08/02/17 10:33:28 AM
#1696   I think someone is buying all stocks below bizwiz2011 08/01/17 03:14:14 PM
#1695   If the can come with a prototype soon bizwiz2011 08/01/17 02:10:27 PM
#1694   We should have Prototypes Soon! janga 08/01/17 09:06:57 AM
#1693   Alan Heeger & BioSolar Jointly File Patent for bizwiz2011 07/27/17 02:44:34 AM
#1692   DJ BioSolar Inc, Inst Holders, 2Q 2017 (BSRC) bizwiz2011 07/26/17 11:01:06 AM
#1691   What's with the wall @ .045 ? Let molee 07/24/17 02:19:49 PM
#1690   Starting to think Bounce Coming Soon! janga 07/12/17 08:42:30 AM
#1689   BioSolar Highlights Technology and Business-focused Media Recognition Following Gigi70 07/11/17 08:54:13 AM
#1688   C'mon little doggie ... molee 07/06/17 11:17:14 AM
#1687   Marked (#56) the board. Quietly accumulating at these Helter Skelter 06/17/17 04:36:25 PM
#1686   I guess it's official now. markp1950 06/16/17 12:09:53 AM
#1685   Past 6¢! Oooooweeee! markp1950 06/08/17 01:36:44 PM
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