The Indian government is planning to offer incentives schemes with an aim to setup display fabs in India. The Indian ministry of electronics and IT (MeitY) has invited "experssions of interest" from companies that aim to setup display fabs in India - for LCD, OLED or QLED displays. Companies have been given time till April 30 to apply.

This follows previous incentive schemes in India for mobile devices and IT hardware manufacturing. For the display manufacturing scheme, the Indian government plans to establish a complete ecosystem for components throughout the country.

Samsung is setting up an OLED module factory in Noida city, Uttar Pradesh. Samsung aims to start producing OLED modules at the new fab in the first half of 2021. India is also home to several OLED chemical companies.

In 2014 India established The National Centre for Flexible Electronics (FlexE) at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur (also in Uttar Pradesh). The centre brings together Indian academia, industry and public research organizations for research and development of large area flexible electronics.



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