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White Amethyst and White Sapphire intelligent OLED light

White Amethyst and White Sapphire intelligent OLED light

E2M Technology has launched two OLED systems for OLED lighting applications, White Amethyst™ and White Sapphire™.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 17, 2010
Green vehicle expo heads to Shanghai

Green vehicle expo heads to Shanghai

Green Vehicle Expo heads to Shanghai June 17-19.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

The electric vehicle business is over $33 billion today at ex factory prices but cars are less than half of that. As the market nearly quintuples over the next ten years, cars will rise to nearly 55% of the business but the devil is in the detail...
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
Scientists strive to replace silicon with graphene on nanocircuity

Scientists strive to replace silicon with graphene on nanocircuity

Scientists have made a breakthrough toward creating nanocircuitry on graphene, widely regarded as the most promising candidate to replace silicon as the building block of transistors.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
US truck, bus, military EV producers get active

US truck, bus, military EV producers get active

manufacturing plant will produce 2,500 electric buses a year, and employ around 1,300 workers over the next five years
Printed Electronics World
Jun 15, 2010
LG Display number one in the e-reader market by 2012 - and in color

LG Display number one in the e-reader market by 2012 - and in color

LG Display plan to take the global number 1 position in the e-reader market by 2012 with the introduction of a flexible, color Electronic Paper Display (EPD) stated the Company yesterday.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 14, 2010
IRex files for bankruptcy

IRex files for bankruptcy

E-reader maker IRex Technologies has filed for bankruptcy. According to some press reports, the device was too technology focussed, repeatedly delayed (missing out on key sales seasons) and not enough effort was given to services, the critical factor as Sony had learnt to their cost initially and as Amazon had achieved so well.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 14, 2010
STRL develop organic image sensor

STRL develop organic image sensor

Japan's NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories (STRL) is developing a small color camera with a single-chip color image sensor that uses stacked organic films. STRL fabricated a high-definition sensor by increasing the number of pixels and reducing the pixel size.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 11, 2010
Le Mans racing car uses OLED rear view mirrors

Le Mans racing car uses OLED rear view mirrors

In this year's 24 hours Le Mans race (June 12-13), the ORECA01 car from French racing team Oreca will be using rear view mirrors with an integrated thin film encapsulated Flexible Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) on the back.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2010
Printed nanocrystals could offer lowest cost per watt

Printed nanocrystals could offer lowest cost per watt

Solexant's innovative printed nanocrystal technology platform has the potential to deliver the lowest cost per watt in the solar industry.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2010
Harvesting by a thread

Harvesting by a thread

Researchers at Cetemmsa, outside Barcelona, are taking materials science to the textile sector. They've developed conducting threads that heat up or become illuminated in response to a charge; these might be used in sports applications.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2010
Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part four

Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part four

The component industry serving the electric vehicle industry is very extensive though it mainly consists of small companies
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2010
Copper nanowires enable bendable displays, solar cells

Copper nanowires enable bendable displays, solar cells

Pin-like copper structures self-assemble in solution
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2010
Electric Vehicles and the Smart Grid

Electric Vehicles and the Smart Grid

The term Smart Grid has been used for decades to mean anything from "a ring main for a country" to the far more responsive, interactive, scalable and intrusive electricity distribution systems of the future.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2010
Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part three

Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part three

With many electric vehicle manufacturers sprouting up in the UK, this issue of charging the on-road versions has to be addressed.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 8, 2010
WEG's new traction motor

WEG's new traction motor

WEG's new traction motor saves 400kgs in weight on latest generation trolley buses, improving power & economy
Printed Electronics World
Jun 8, 2010
Walls of light

Walls of light

Organic LEDs are extremely thin and lightweight surface-emitting lights that will radically change the way we provide illumination. Although mostly confined to labs, OLED technology is moving toward commercialization. In 2009 Osram became the first manufacturer to put an OLED tile on the market.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2010
Times Square's first 100% solar powered billboard

Times Square's first 100% solar powered billboard

The 6,000 square foot solar powered billboard, which is 47 feet high by 126 feet long, is the first billboard in Times Square to be totally lit by solar energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2010
Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part One

Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part One

The UK has now produced a host of small companies involved in most aspects of electric vehicles and their components and some long established companies have successfully moved into the field.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 4, 2010
Electric cars - learning from the past

Electric cars - learning from the past

In 1880, they said that the future of the car was electric. In April 2010, Bill Ford of Ford Motor Company said "It appears that the biggest game-changer will be electric vehicles."
External Company Press Release
White Amethyst and White Sapphire intelligent OLED light

White Amethyst and White Sapphire intelligent OLED light

E2M Technology has launched two OLED systems for OLED lighting applications, White Amethyst™ and White Sapphire™.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

The electric vehicle business is over $33 billion today at ex factory prices but cars are less than half of that. As the market nearly quintuples over the next ten years, cars will rise to nearly 55% of the business but the devil is in the detail...
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
US truck, bus, military EV producers get active

US truck, bus, military EV producers get active

manufacturing plant will produce 2,500 electric buses a year, and employ around 1,300 workers over the next five years
Printed Electronics World
Jun 14, 2010
IRex files for bankruptcy

IRex files for bankruptcy

E-reader maker IRex Technologies has filed for bankruptcy. According to some press reports, the device was too technology focussed, repeatedly delayed (missing out on key sales seasons) and not enough effort was given to services, the critical factor as Sony had learnt to their cost initially and as Amazon had achieved so well.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 11, 2010
Le Mans racing car uses OLED rear view mirrors

Le Mans racing car uses OLED rear view mirrors

In this year's 24 hours Le Mans race (June 12-13), the ORECA01 car from French racing team Oreca will be using rear view mirrors with an integrated thin film encapsulated Flexible Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) on the back.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2010
Harvesting by a thread

Harvesting by a thread

Researchers at Cetemmsa, outside Barcelona, are taking materials science to the textile sector. They've developed conducting threads that heat up or become illuminated in response to a charge; these might be used in sports applications.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2010
Copper nanowires enable bendable displays, solar cells

Copper nanowires enable bendable displays, solar cells

Pin-like copper structures self-assemble in solution
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2010
Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part three

Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part three

With many electric vehicle manufacturers sprouting up in the UK, this issue of charging the on-road versions has to be addressed.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 8, 2010
Walls of light

Walls of light

Organic LEDs are extremely thin and lightweight surface-emitting lights that will radically change the way we provide illumination. Although mostly confined to labs, OLED technology is moving toward commercialization. In 2009 Osram became the first manufacturer to put an OLED tile on the market.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2010
Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part One

Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part One

The UK has now produced a host of small companies involved in most aspects of electric vehicles and their components and some long established companies have successfully moved into the field.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 17, 2010
Green vehicle expo heads to Shanghai

Green vehicle expo heads to Shanghai

Green Vehicle Expo heads to Shanghai June 17-19.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
Scientists strive to replace silicon with graphene on nanocircuity

Scientists strive to replace silicon with graphene on nanocircuity

Scientists have made a breakthrough toward creating nanocircuitry on graphene, widely regarded as the most promising candidate to replace silicon as the building block of transistors.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 15, 2010
LG Display number one in the e-reader market by 2012 - and in color

LG Display number one in the e-reader market by 2012 - and in color

LG Display plan to take the global number 1 position in the e-reader market by 2012 with the introduction of a flexible, color Electronic Paper Display (EPD) stated the Company yesterday.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 14, 2010
STRL develop organic image sensor

STRL develop organic image sensor

Japan's NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories (STRL) is developing a small color camera with a single-chip color image sensor that uses stacked organic films. STRL fabricated a high-definition sensor by increasing the number of pixels and reducing the pixel size.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2010
Printed nanocrystals could offer lowest cost per watt

Printed nanocrystals could offer lowest cost per watt

Solexant's innovative printed nanocrystal technology platform has the potential to deliver the lowest cost per watt in the solar industry.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2010
Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part four

Electric Vehicles in the UK - Part four

The component industry serving the electric vehicle industry is very extensive though it mainly consists of small companies
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2010
Electric Vehicles and the Smart Grid

Electric Vehicles and the Smart Grid

The term Smart Grid has been used for decades to mean anything from "a ring main for a country" to the far more responsive, interactive, scalable and intrusive electricity distribution systems of the future.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 8, 2010
WEG's new traction motor

WEG's new traction motor

WEG's new traction motor saves 400kgs in weight on latest generation trolley buses, improving power & economy
Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2010
Times Square's first 100% solar powered billboard

Times Square's first 100% solar powered billboard

The 6,000 square foot solar powered billboard, which is 47 feet high by 126 feet long, is the first billboard in Times Square to be totally lit by solar energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 4, 2010
Electric cars - learning from the past

Electric cars - learning from the past

In 1880, they said that the future of the car was electric. In April 2010, Bill Ford of Ford Motor Company said "It appears that the biggest game-changer will be electric vehicles."
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