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Solvay, QD Vision to Develop Printable Electroluminescent Platform for QLEDs

QD Vision, manufacturer of quantum-dot LEDs (QLEDs), and Solvay have inked a contract to design a printable electroluminescent platform for QLEDs. According to both companies, the electroluminescent platform would pave the way for new solid-state lighting products, which would offer high color quality.

The QLEDs are an energy-efficient and dependable color solution for lighting and display applications that decrease production costs by utilizing flexible, transparent, or ultra-thin materials. The QLEDs use printing technologies to allow the development of electroluminescent lighting products in various form factors.

Quantum dots offer the same reliability and stability as inorganic semiconductor materials. This ability allows effective production of advanced electroluminescent solid-state lighting sources with exceptional color stability, efficiency, and quality.

The President of QD Vision, Jason Carlson stated that the company’s partnership with Solvay would help in generating an ecosystem of solutions that are needed for QLED material commercialization. He added that commercializing the QLED materials would pave the way for solid-state lighting products.

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