Transparent Electronic Materials: An Emerging Market Opportunity
January 26, 2012 // NanoMarkets // 0 commentsDownload White Paper 879Ko
As we enter 2012, NanoMarkets believes that three major industry sectors—displays, solar panels and the windows industry—will soon require novel transparent electronics materials. These new materials sets will embrace conductors, semiconductors and dielectrics and NanoMarkets believes that all this will provide an important new opportunity for both established specialty chemical firms and start-ups. In a recently released report, NanoMarkets projected that revenues from transparent electronic materials are expected to reach $325 million in 2015, going on to reach $1.1 billion in 2019.
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