The government of Guangzhou to subsidize graphene-enhanced display technologies

The government of the Guangzhou province in China announced that it aims to help its local display industry and have allocated large funds - up to 2 billion RMB (around $285 million USD) in subsidies per company.

LG Display's LCD fab in Guangzhou, China

The government aims to establish production fabs of emerging displays - and specifically mentioned graphene-enhanced display technologies. Other technologies detailed in the announcement include OLEDs, Micro-LEDs, QD-LEDs, 3D displays and e-paper displays.

The subsidies will be given to companies that start trial production, and when mass production begins. It will be interesting to see if any graphene technologies gets financed.

Posted: Dec 18,2019 by Ron Mertens