Royalty Report: Energy & Environment, Energy Resources & Svcs, Alternative and Renewable Energy – Collection: 1260


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 4


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 4

Primary Industries

  • Energy & Environment
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Recycling

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IPSCIO Record ID: 1260

License Grant
As part of its development work, in April 2008, Licensee negotiated to acquire the rights to 100% of the landfill gas produced at the Olinda Landfill.
License Property
The Olinda Landfill is owned and operated by the County of Orange, California. The electricity and RPS Attributes produced by Licensee are currently sold to the Licensor under a long-term Agreement that terminates up to 33 years after completion of the expansion discussed below.
Field of Use
The Licensee consists of a 5.6MW capacity electrical generating station and associated gas treatment system located at the Olinda Alpha Landfill in Brea, California. Licensee is developing a 32.5MW expansion project at an estimated cost of approximately $120 million.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29146

License Grant
The Licensee entered into an Environmental Attribute Agreement with Licensors, an affiliate of Ridgewood Providence that provides management services to the Licensor.  Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement,  the Licensee is required to pay a net revenue royalty to Licensors, which is derived from the sale of Renewable Portfolio Standards Attributes.
Field of Use
The Licensee occupies the site for the purpose of utilizing the supply of gas from the landfill that is in excess of the quantity that could be used  from the landfill under the terms of an Agreement with the Licensor.

IPSCIO Record ID: 108800

License Grant
Licensor provides land surface rights for, and geothermal fluid supplying, these facilities in the Salton Sea Known Geothermal Resource Area for the Imperial Valley Project to operate their projects.  Licensor owns its equity interests in the Imperial Valley project companies and provides administrative and operation services and real estate rights to the Imperial Valley project companies.
License Property
Imperial Valley Projects–The current partnership projects sell all electricity generated by the respective plants.

Each of the Imperial Valley projects is (or, in the case of Salton Sea Unit V and the CE Turbo project, is proposed to be) a geothermal power plant located at the Salton Sea Known Geothermal Resource Area in Imperial Valley, California. Salton Sea Unit I delivers electricity to Southern California Edison at the Salton Sea Unit I site. Each of the other operating Imperial Valley projects delivers electricity to Southern California Edison on transmission lines owned by the Imperial Irrigation District. These transmission lines interconnect the operating plants with Southern California Edisons transmission system.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the energy industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7262

License Grant
The Israeli Licensor entered into an Agreement with a third party located in the U.S., for the initial planning and the supply of the Licensor's technology of Plasma-Gasification-Melting Waste-To-Energy in plants located in five states in the U.S. and such other territories as may be agreed between the Licensor and the undisclosed Licensee.
License Property
The Framework Agreement replaces a previously signed letter of intent which is considered null and void.

The Licensee and the Licensor will also enter into a royalty bearing License Agreement for the use of the PGM Technology in the First Project and shall further enter into a services Agreement.

Under the terms of the Framework Agreement, the Licensor shall produce (directly or with a designated engineering company) a Preliminary Engineering Design Study for a Facility in one of the five states, the cost of which shall not exceed US$2.6 million and shall be borne and paid by the Licensee,, and the parties shall cooperate in advancing the First Project as a municipal solid waste project.

The Framework Agreement provides that the parties will enter into a purchase Agreement for the PGM Processing Chamber for the First Project. As the final price of the PGM Processing Chamber for the First Project will only be determined following the detailed planning phase, the parties agreed that in case it varies considerably from the estimated price, the parties shall mutually assess the financial impact on the First Project.

Field of Use
Plasma gasification is an emerging technology which can process landfill waste to extract commodity recyclables and convert carbon-based materials into fuels.
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