Mahmoud Shaheen, a 55-year-old chemistry professor, started investigating the possibility of generating electricity at home a long time before the bombing of the generators.
The technology was commercialized in 1994 by Dyesol, an Australian solar company that sells various DSC products and supplies internationally.
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