DayStar Technologies, Inc. (DSTI) Announces Debt Reduction Agreement of $3.9 Million

DayStar Technologies, Inc. (DSTI) Announces Debt Reduction Agreement of $3.9 
KELOWNA, BC -- (Marketwire) -- 03/19/13 --  DayStar Technologies,
Inc. ("DayStar" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: DTSI) announced today an
agreement to exchange indebtedness for common stock, which resulted
in the Company increasing its net worth by approximately $3.9
The transaction consisted of the exchange of approximately $3.9
million of indebtedness (including accrued interest) held by Peter A.
Lacey, former Chairman of the Board and interim CEO for DayStar, for
shares of common stock valued at $1.20 per share. 
Commenting on the transition, Lorne Roseborough, President of
DayStar, said, "We are very pleased with this transaction which
strengthens the Company's balance sheet. This transaction reflects
our commitment and support of the Company's goals. We are excited
about our Global Renewable Utility Market concept, and a cleaner
balance sheet will help facilitate that growth." 
About DayStar Technologies, Inc.  
DayStar Technologies, Inc. (DSTI) is a developer of solar
photovoltaic products and has assembled a world-class team of project
engineers, and industry finance professionals, to facilitate the
complete development of renewable energy projects throughout the
world. DayStar is currently embarking on a strategy of strategic
partnerships to enter new markets within the global renewal energy
industry including ownership and construction of solar and renewable
power plants. For more information, visit the DayStar website at  
For corporate information, contact Mr. Dan Giesbrecht, VP Business
Development,, 778-484-5159.  
For Investor Relations, contact Mr. William Nalley, Orsay Groupe,, phone 305-515-8077.  
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William Nalley
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