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Recovery Act: Low Cost Integrated Substrate for OLED Lighting Development
PPG Industries, Inc.
Integrated CFG Fabrcation of optimized integrated 10/11-6/12 -Completed
substrate fabrication float glass substrate which has the -Device yield lowto
trials potential to meet the DOE cost draw firm conclusions
fabrication & testing
-Fabrication & characterization of
five 2mmX2mm white PHOLED
pixels which meet the DOE
performance targets and delivery
*Fabrication of 6"x6" white
PHOLED on integrated float glass
substrate and conversion into a
high-lurminance output lighting
Completion & submission of
manufacturing roadmap plan
outlining steps to meet DOE
manufacturing cost goals
*Produced 6'x6' white
PHOLED panels on IEL
with final report
Table 17: Table listing the various milestones, success criteria, timelines and current status for various subtasks
associated with (a) Program Management (Task 1) and Benchmarking (Task 2), (b) Anode Development (Task 3),
(c) LEL Development (Task 4), and (d) Prototype Device Fabrication (Task 5) and Manufacturing Roadmap Plan
The status of deliverables is highlighted in the Table 18 below.
Project Management Plan Document
Report of results of Subtasks 2.1 through 2.3
Updated timelines of proposed path forward
Report of results of Subtasks 3.1 through 3.5
Report of results of Subtasks 4.1 through 4.4
6"x6" white OLED panels
Manufacturing Roadmap Plan
Table 18: Table listing the deliverables associated with various project tasks.
Manufacturing Road Map:
PPG has aggressively pursued the development of an integrated substrate, including the anode and
external and internal extraction layers, under DOE Award DE-EE0003209. PPG believes that savings
from in-line high volume processing of float glass substrates can effectively lower the cost of
manufacturing of OLEDs for lighting. Savings over existing glass substrates can come from replacement
of expensive borosilicate glass, high volume manufacture of anode, light extraction layers on larger
substrates, and improving efficiency of manufacturing processes. In this section, manufacturing strategies
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