LG’s automotive OLED displays have been awarded the ‘Product Carbon Footprint (PCF)’ certification from TÜV Rheinland. This certification applies to two Auto Display Module – Base Model units, acknowledging their adherence to the ISO 14067:2018 standard for carbon emission measurement and TÜV Rheinland’s assessment of their carbon footprint throughout their lifecycle.
The displays use LG’s ‘Light Control Film Integration Technology,’ which LG claims not only improves visibility by directing light within the panel but also reduces carbon emissions by up to 18%. This technology is meant to streamline production, lower weight, and boost energy efficiency compared to traditional panels.
The company’s automotive display range, including P-OLED and Advanced Thin OLED (ATO), incorporates this technology. P-OLED features a flexible plastic substrate, offering significant reductions in power consumption and weight. ATO, using a glass substrate, provides a cost-effective alternative within the OLED market. LG Display also includes Tandem OLED technology in its displays.