Development of Sustainable Power Generation Technology; Including Spacecraft & Other Advanced Applications: NASDAQ: ASTI

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New Collaborations Spark Innovation in Sustainable Power Generation Technology: Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc (NASDAQ: ASTI)

Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc (NASDAQ:ASTI)

Recent testing and results have consistently exceeded expectations and outperformed alternative solar technologies when comparing degradation from exposure to the space environment”

— Paul Warley, CEO of ASTI

THORNTON, COLORADO, UNITED STATES , May 16, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — New Collaborations for Development of Sustainable Power Generation Technology; Projects Include Spacecraft with Advanced Solar Technology, Other Applications in Industrial/Commercial Construction and Consumer Goods: Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc (NASDAQ: ASTI)

For more information on $ASTI visit https://www.ascentsolar.com

 Leading Provider of Innovative, High-Performance, Flexible Thin-Film Solar Panel Technology.

 Specific Applications in Environments Mass, Performance, Reliability, and Resilience are Key Considerations.

 40 years of R&D, 15 years of Manufacturing, Numerous Awards, and a Comprehensive IP and Patent Portfolio.

 Products Used in Space Missions, Aircraft, Agrivoltaic Installations, Industrial/Commercial Construction, and Extensive Consumer Goods.

 Collaboration with the University of Stuttgart IGTE for the Development and Distribution of Sustainable Power Generation Technology.

 New Order of Thin-Film PV from Mega-Constellation Satellite Manufacturer

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Pulitzer Prizes in journalism awarded to The New York Times, The Washington Post, AP and others

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times and The Washington Post were awarded three Pulitzer Prizes apiece on Monday for work in 2023 that dealt with everything from the war in Gaza to gun violence, and The Associated Press won in the feature photography category for coverage of global migration to the U.S.

Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel and its aftermath produced work that resulted in two Pulitzers and a special citation. The Times won for text coverage that the Pulitzer board described as “wide-ranging and revelatory,” while the Reuters news service won for its photography. The citation went to journalists and other writers covering the war in Gaza.

The prestigious public service award went to ProPublica for reporting that “pierced the thick wall of secrecy” around the U.S. Supreme Court to show how billionaires gave expensive gifts to justices and paid for luxury travel. Reporters Joshua Kaplan, Justin Elliott, Brett Murphy, Alex Mierjeski and Kirsten Berg were honored for their work.

The Pulitzers honored the best in journalism from 2023 in 15 categories, as well as eight arts categories focused on books, music and theater. The public service winner receives a gold medal. All other winners receive

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