Royalty Report: Energy Resources & Svcs, Alternative and Renewable Energy, Solar – Collection: 198


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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 Resources & Svcs
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Solar
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Chemicals
  • Technical Know How
  • Agriculture Forestry & Fishing
  • Drugs
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Semiconductors
  • Coating
  • Material Composite

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 198

License Grant
The Licensee and the Licensor entered into an IP Transfer and Waiver Agreement. Pursuant to the Waiver Agreement, the Parties became co-owners of certain patents and patent applications owned by the Licensee and related to equipment used to deposit inks in liquid crystal displays or solar cells.

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.

License Property
CNT means custom opto-electronics grade carbon nanotubes used in producing CNT Products.
Field of Use
LCD Field means the field of nanotechnology using CNT Products for application as transparent electrodes in liquid crystal displays.

Solar Field means the field of nanotechnology using CNT Products for application as transparent electrodes in thin film solar cells.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1316

License Grant
We, the Developer entered into a 20-year technology commercialization agreement with a Japanese producer of pharmaceutical, industrial and agricultural chemicals.
License Property
The agreement covers the worldwide sale of certain carbon nanotubes jointly developed and owned by us and Customer and products containing such carbon nanotube materials.

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.

Field of Use
The parties now intend to proceed independently to develop commercial sales of (i) carbon nanotubes produced utilizing combustion technology claimed in said Patent (the CNT Materials) and (ii) end products incorporating the CNT Materials (the CNT Products).

IPSCIO Record ID: 29446

License Grant
The Seller sold to the Company all of their right, title, and interest in a patent application, Israel Patent Application Number 198369, for the design of and manufacturing method for a solar photovoltaic element. The technology underlying the Patent Application has the potential to be adopted as a standard in homes and businesses, and, if so adopted, it may have a significant impact on promoting solar power and efficiency.  Seller agrees to sell, assign, transfer and convey to Purchaser all of Sellers right, title and interest in and to the worldwide Patent Rights.
License Property
The Patent Application is for the design and manufacture of a solar photovoltaic element that absorbs the solar spectrum and enables an increase in solar energy conversion. The device will be manufactured on the basis of at least one vacuum chamber and includes many layers, including a reflective layer, an anti-reflective layer, and a protective laminating layer. As soon as we raise the necessary funds, we will use the raised proceeds to develop a working prototype of the invention. Once a working prototype has been developed, we will work to develop and manufacture the device or License the manufacturing and related marketing and selling rights to a third party.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the solar energy conversion.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3143

License Grant
The Licensor signed a License Agreement with the Chinese Licensee for solar ink and paste technology.
License Property
Nanoparticle ink technology formulations of aluminum, copper, nickel and silver will be delivered using aerosolized jet, inkjet and spray coating methods and other non-contact printing techniques that will enable ultra-thin silicon wafers to be used for photovoltaic (PV) applications.  

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.

Field of Use
Using methods such as inkjet, aerosol jet and spray coating — all non-contact methods — will allow solar companies to save substantial material costs on the amount of silicon used by enabling the use of thin wafers.
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