The German government launched a new €34 million (about $44 million) two years project called OLYMP ("Organic Light-emitting sYstems based on energy and cost-efficient Materials and Processes") that aims to improve OLED lighting efficiency and lifetime. 

Tridonic LUREON REP module

The project partners are Osram (the project coordinator), Merck, BJB, LEDON, KG and Trilux. It follows a complete approach that covers all value-creation levels.

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Project duration

The osram press release (http://www.osram.com/osram_com/press/press-releases/_trade_press/2013/olymp-project-aims-to-make-oled-as-efficient-as-led/index.jsp)

says, that the project runs until Sep 2015 only.

There was not much to be heard of OSRAM in respect of OLED-Lighting so far...maybe they wake up now. Speaking to a LED-specialist of OSRAM these days I was told OLED-lighting couldn't do anything LED would not also be capable of...

You're right about the

You're right about the project duration, I simply got confused.