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QD Vision Named 2009 "Emerging Company of the Year."

The New England Clean Energy Council has named QD Vision, Inc., developer of nanotechnology-based products for lighting and displays, the 2009 "Emerging Company of the Year." In an awards ceremony at the council's Green Tie Gala Wednesday night at the JFK Library in Boston, the Clean Energy Council recognized QD Vision for "exiting its development phase with tremendous momentum, poised to build on that momentum with rapid sales growth."

In 2009, QD Vision emerged as a clean-tech innovator and leader enabling a new generation of highly efficient lighting and display products with significantly smaller carbon footprints. The company's Quantum Light™ product platform, built on quantum dot light emitting materials and devices, will deliver unparalleled color and brightness and require significantly less power than current-generation technologies for applications such as solid state lighting and displays. A next-generation LED lamp from Nexxus Lighting, Inc. (NASDAQ:NEXS) incorporating the Quantum Light™ optic from QD Vision will be commercially available in Q1, 2010.

"QD Vision is honored to be selected as the Clean Energy Council's Emerging Company of the Year, which entailed passing through a rigorous selection process," said Dr. Dan Button, President and CEO of QD Vision. "Our Quantum Light™ products break the performance trade off of current light sources by uniquely reducing power consumption and total system costs, while at the same time significantly improving light color quality and brightness. ."

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