Plextronics and Cambrios announced that they will co-develop cost-effective high performance material that could improve OLED lighting's production process and quality. This is partly funded by the US Department of Energy (DOE). The project has actually started in April 16th, and will last for two years. We reported about the $1.2 DOE grant to Cambrios back in January 2010. The whole project will cost $1.8 according to the earlier report.

The idea is to apply Plextronic's PlexCore OC hole injection layer (HIL) material on top of Cambrios' ClearOhm material which creates a transparent electrode to form a transparent conducting hole injection (TCHI) electrode.

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