Carbon Sciences, Inc. (OTCMKTS:CABN) the developer firm of a technology to manufacture graphene disclosed appointment of Dr. Rajeeva Lahri as new Technical Advisor. The new appointment is done in order to assist the company in developing an effective technical plan for graphene-based devices. He will also define the target applications for the new devices. The first step in full commercialization strategy will be the formation of team and eco-system partners.

The experience

Lahri has remained an entrepreneur and a seasoned executive and possess more than thirty years of experience in growing solar and semiconductor industry. He has worked on senior technology profile and executive management positions with leading companies like Intersil Corporation and Philips Semiconductors. Lahri was one of the founders of Signet Solar.

Bill Beifuss, the CEO of Carbon Sciences stated that it is a pleasure to have Dr. Lahri join the team and help them in graphene venture. He possesses deep technical expertise and sharp business acumen in the semiconductor industry. Also, his personal interest towards graphene applications makes him a strong asset for the company.

The role

As of now, Dr. Lahri is working on development of a Managed Energy Services firm for supplying power to telecommunication towers in India. The objective is to offer effective source of power to all the nations with pathetic electrical grid infrastructure. Dr. Lahri has worked with private equity as well as venture capital firms to get necessary capital for international ventures. He pursued his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the renowned State University of New York. He has a recognized track record of producing value, which has supported numerous successful exits.

Talking about his new role, Dr. Lahri stated that as a semiconductor and materials individual, he has been interested in the unique properties of graphene. The new role provides him an excellent opportunity to pursue his interest and help Carbon Sciences know about high value devices.

In early morning trade on Monday, the stock price of Carbon Sciences, Inc. (OTCMKTS:CABN) was trading 6% lower at $0.0126.