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NATCORE TECHNOLOGY

Natcore Technology Inc. (Natcore), formerly Syracuse Capital Corp., controls a process for thin film growth with applications in solar energy, semiconductors, fiber optics and other industries. The Company's products are focused for the silicon solar cell manufacturing industry. Natcore's liquid phase deposition (LPD) process enables the growth of thin oxide films on silicon substrates in a mild chemical bath at ambient temperatures and pressures, eliminating the need for the high-temperature, vacuum furnaces, which is necessary for the production of these films. On May 15, 2009, the Company completed its qualifying transaction by acquiring Natcore Technology, Inc.

Overview: The Game Is Changing...
 
   

Natcore was formed to exploit technology, licensed from Rice University, that enables the controlled deposition of silicon dioxide and mixed silicon oxides from an aqueous solution at ambient temperatures and pressures.

That's quite a mouthful. So let's look at it in layman's terms...

Silicon dioxide, or silica, is a fundamental building block in semiconductors, fiber optics and, of course, solar cells. It is an absolutely essential element in all these applications, and it is currently deposited onto silicon through a process called "Thermal Oxide Growth."

Simply put, this process uses complicated, multi-million-dollar furnaces, operating in a vacuum and at temperatures of up to 1,000º Celsius (1,800º Fahrenheit), to grow the necessary thin films of silicon dioxide. In contrast, Natcore's "Liquid Phase Deposition" (LPD) process simply grows these thin films of silicon dioxide in mild chemical baths using standard, low-cost equipment.

Because Natcore's process is so relatively mild, it allows for much thinner silicon wafers, as well as the development of advanced materials and devices that would be destroyed during the standard Thermal Oxide Growth process.


 Natcore's "Liquid Phase Deposition" LPD process was discovered at Rice University and has been independently tested and validated in an industrial laboratory setting at one of America's most respected laboratories.

In short, the technology is now ready to be tailored to specific applications. The films and processes Natcore plans to move into commercial production promise to have significant impacts on solar cells, semiconductor devices, optical and optoelectronic components, prescriptive and protective eyewear, and energy-saving architectural coatings, among many other uses.

The first products are planned for the rapidly growing silicon solar cell manufacturing industry.


 

Share Structure 6/14/11

Shares Outstanding                                33,861,276

Warrants Outstanding                              6,986,568

Options Outstanding                                3,065,000

Shares Outstanding Fully Diluted          43,912,844

Shares in Escrow                                     2,905,452




Company Web Site


http://www.natcoresolar.com/

NATCORE TECHNOLOGY INC.FILINGS & PUBLIC DOCUMENTS with SEDAR

http://www.sedar.com/DisplayProfile.do?lang=EN&issuerType=03&issuerNo=00026055

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NTCXF News: Natcore's Chief Technology Officer Gives Opening Address at World Photovoltaic Conference 02/03/2015 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology Makes First Back-Contact Solar Cell Using Laser Processing. 01/27/2015 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Prominent Australian Solar Scientist Joins Natcore Technology Advisory Board 11/25/2014 01:16:00 PM
NTCXF News: Prominent Australian Solar Scientist Joins Natcore Technology Advisory Board 11/25/2014 01:16:00 PM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology Makes First Commercial Offering With Turnkey Solar Manufacturing Program 11/12/2014 09:00:00 AM
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#4819   Natcore makes back-contact solar cell using laser processing jesse 02/22/15 04:12:40 AM
#4818   Thanks for the info. scottsmith 02/21/15 12:49:49 PM
#4817   Been looking at that for a few years, teq0904 02/21/15 12:42:37 PM
#4816   According to the interview they are looking at scottsmith 02/21/15 12:25:21 PM
#4815   Hopefully, although this goes on every year or teq0904 02/21/15 12:02:23 PM
#4814   Great interview, thanks for posting! Really heated scottsmith 02/21/15 11:21:48 AM
#4813   http://www.kereport.com/wp-content/uploads/2015-02-18-Chuck-Provini-Natcore.mp3 teq0904 02/21/15 12:37:52 AM
#4812   They solved the positive but there is no teq0904 02/17/15 01:48:07 PM
#4811   Not sure of all the implications but those mac_attack 02/17/15 01:22:02 PM
#4810   Natcore Produces First Germanium Quantum Dot-Based Solar Cell. scottsmith 02/17/15 11:16:18 AM
#4809   Excerpt from Brien Lundin interview: jesse 02/11/15 01:46:34 AM
#4808   Guess not, unfortunately. garp0 02/09/15 10:49:45 AM
#4807   I think everyone is waiting for the production D theG 02/06/15 12:47:38 PM
#4806   I'm a bit surprised that they need to mac_attack 02/06/15 11:10:36 AM
#4805   Shareholder Update: jesse 02/05/15 04:06:23 PM
#4804   For those of you that follow the solar rkt9 02/05/15 01:43:37 PM
#4803   Thats great, hope she keeps at it. mac_attack 02/05/15 12:54:25 PM
#4802   LINDA’S NATCORE BLOG donfig47 02/05/15 09:41:43 AM
#4801   Natcore's Chief Technology Officer Gives Opening Address at donfig47 02/03/15 05:06:37 PM
#4800   Listen to the following mp3 interview: donfig47 02/01/15 11:23:37 PM
#4799   What think you now, Kungfu1? cobuff 01/28/15 07:32:26 PM
#4798   Seems we have been in this position for Walkerville 01/28/15 12:32:02 PM
#4797   Ive got my fingers crossed, this is it. mac_attack 01/28/15 12:01:38 PM
#4796   Shareholder Letter from Provini nuketheshorts 01/28/15 10:45:30 AM
#4795   I believe with this advance they have cracked mac_attack 01/27/15 10:14:31 AM
#4794   Will allow high-performance, all-back-contact solar cells to be mac_attack 01/27/15 10:05:13 AM
#4793   34 cents a share. Come on now. Where JTlive 01/26/15 10:46:26 PM
#4792   Yes it is a great find and interview JTlive 01/26/15 11:06:43 AM
#4791   Nice find D donfig47 01/23/15 04:30:51 PM
#4790   If anyone is interested, there is a new D theG 01/23/15 11:11:08 AM
#4789   How's that saying go? You can lead a rkt9 01/20/15 05:59:48 PM
#4788   Natcore uses Laser to Make Low-Temp Solar Cell donfig47 01/20/15 03:35:52 PM
#4787   Seems like China needs Natcore more than ever: mac_attack 01/20/15 12:56:10 PM
#4786   teq, what do you think of th recent update? cobuff 01/08/15 05:53:19 PM
#4785   Sounds like a great update! I'm a mac_attack 01/08/15 09:55:01 AM
#4784   Interesting, so he is saying more financing is comming. abbam 01/07/15 08:43:14 PM
#4783   Shareholders Update. donfig47 01/07/15 04:30:30 PM
#4782   I really hope that you're right about this JTlive 01/07/15 11:47:02 AM
#4781   Like you, I bought shares in Natcore because ddjpn 01/05/15 01:01:41 PM
#4780   I understand why many have lost patience with microcapguru14 01/05/15 12:16:41 PM
#4779   I got tired of waiting on this one Silvertip 12/23/14 08:03:09 PM
#4778   Same old, same old. He doesn't address the kungfu1 12/17/14 11:29:02 AM
#4777   Yes. All of us who subscribe to JTlive 12/17/14 03:27:22 AM
#4776   Letter from Charles R. Provini donfig47 12/16/14 03:38:16 PM
#4775   A slow day so I thought I'd inquire kungfu1 12/16/14 11:43:27 AM
#4774   The sell off recently was market wide. mac_attack 12/12/14 09:02:32 AM
#4773   "Chuck said..." - got a good chuckle out ddjpn 12/11/14 08:43:02 PM
#4772   130k shares traded today and is now below JTlive 12/11/14 06:46:28 PM
#4771   The results are commendable. Although this is not rkt9 12/08/14 10:01:37 AM
#4770   46% efficient solar panel ? DFMEYER 12/04/14 12:31:03 PM
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