Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 4
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Electrical & Electronics
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- Material Composite
IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 198
Additionally, the Licensee granted to the Licensor a nonexclusive License to certain intellectual property owned by the Licensee related to production of inks and films in the fields of LCD and solar, however, the rights under the License cannot be exercised except in certain conditions such as the Licensee's insolvency or cessation of business. If the Licensee achieves certain sales milestones or is acquired by a well capitalized chemical or similar company, the License would be terminated. For a period of ten years, the Licensor has the exclusive right to develop certain equipment with the Licensee, and the Parties agreed to negotiate in good faith through September 30, 2009 a joint development program to develop the equipment.
Solar Field means the field of nanotechnology using CNT Products for application as transparent electrodes in thin film solar cells.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1316
Under the agreement, each party agrees that the other may independently sell the nanotube materials and products containing nanotube materials in return for payment to the other of royalties.
The Japanese Customer is a major producer of pharmaceutical APIs & the intermediates, Industrial chemicals, advanced materials & the composite materials, agrochemicals and fertilizers Products). The Developer is engaged primarily in the development, commercialization and production of proprietary materials, including nanomaterials, process technology, and components.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29446
IPSCIO Record ID: 3143
Currently, solar cell wafers must be thick enough to survive the direct contact metallization processes, which use screen printing equipment that comes in direct contact with the wafer and can exert enough force to cause ultra-thin wafers to break. Silicon is the largest cost in conventional solar cell production and the primary material in solar cells, making up 50-60% of overall cost, by APNT's estimates.