Royalty Report: Energy Resources & Svcs, Alternative and Renewable Energy, Solar – Collection: 27829

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 20

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 20

Primary Industries

  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Solar
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Energy & Environment
  • Battery
  • Material Composite
  • Wind
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Semiconductors
  • Advertising
  • Fabrication
  • Machinery
  • Transportation
  • Aerospace
  • Engines

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 27829

License Grant
The Company entered into a License Agreement with the University whereby the Company will have a limited exclusive License to Integrated Power Source patents.
License Property
Two patents cover a compact power source that produces electricity from solar energy. Designed to be thin and extremely flexible, the self-contained power source can fit a variety of applications – even taking the shape of the device it powers.

The invention enables batteries in small electronic appliances to be charged and deliver power more effectively.  The patents are for the solar powered cell phone and iPod chargers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7067

License Grant
Company agrees to license and convey to Licensee the following

Inventions  
1.  Electroluminescence Power Cell (for Lap-Top Computer)
2.  Solenoid Pump
3.  Solar Powered Fishing Tackle Box
4.  Flasher Beacon
5.  Electroluminescence Power Cell (for Portable T.V.)
6.  Rapid-Hot Water Heater (120 volt)
7.  Rapid-Hot Water Heater (12 volt)
8.  Hydraulic Solenoid  Solar-Powered Pump
9.  Solar Powered Camping Lights
10. Solar Powered Survival Lantern With ELT
11. Solar Powered Lantern With Flashing Strobe
12. Solar Powered Barricade Light
13. Turbine Generator
14. Hydrogen Powered Generator System
15. Speedy Sputter with Solenoid Drive
16. Solenoid Pump for Diesel Motors  
17. Flexible Socket Extension  
18. Spring Loaded Magnetic Socket-wrench

License Property
Upon completion, production and commercialization of the above referenced inventions, the Company agrees to license and convey the following

All right, title and interest of the Company in and to that certain products referred to as the Inventions, together with all trademarks, patents, and all powers and privileges relating thereto, and any and all modifications, improvements, enhancements, variations, and alterations relating thereto. It is  intended that this Agreement will cover all succeeding generations of this product.  Licensee shall reserve the right to change the name or use it as they deem necessary.

All right title and interest of the Company in all existing and future marketing rights, lists of customers, accounts and sales leads, manufacturing processes, drawings, and expertise involved in connection with said Inventions.

Company owns certain technology, patents and intellectual property related to the development of small electricity generation devices to be incorporated into existing portable electronic devices including portable laptop computers, handheld devices, cellular phones, and other electronic devices.

Field of Use
The licensing agreement is focusing its efforts on the development of products that use the latest technology in LED lighting, solar power charging and improved energy through hybrid battery storage technology. We believe that development of products using the combination of the technology described herein will prove to be promising for developing consumer products in the photographic, outdoor landscape, sporting goods and portable power industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6365

License Grant
The Chinese Party A, subsidiary, desires to have Party B, Chinese Company, develop certain prototype products (“Products”).

The Chinese Company has developed prototype products through the solar department. Prototypes have been manufactured for provide wafers, high efficiency solar photovoltaic modules and other PV application products, by the Company under an Agreement with us under which we retain all rights to the design of the products and exclusive rights to market and sell the products. Based on the Agreement between our subsidiary and the Company, the Company has been developing these prototype products without an up-front payment.

License Property
This Agreement is personal to Party B, and Party B shall not transfer or assign this Agreement or the rights hereunder, to any third party without the prior written consent of Party A or any successor of Party A.

Products

I.
Sample Prototype Products in PV Module Series

Name

Characteristics

Specifications
Solar modules GYSP-200

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 48V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp)37.5V

Dimension(mm)1830x825x50

Short circuit current(Isc) 5.46A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current(Imp) 5.2A

Weight16.9kg

Peak power(Pm) 200W

Maximum system voltage 1000V DC

Solar modules GYSP-180

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 44.9V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp)38.6V

Dimension(mm) 1715x802x45

Short circuit current(Isc) 5.1A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current(Imp) 4.68A

Weight 16.9kg

Peak power(Pm) 180W

Maximum system voltage 1000V DC

Solar modules GYSP-175

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 44.06V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp)35.5V

Dimension(mm) 1580x808x37

Short circuit current(Isc) 5.25A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current(Imp) 4.95A

Weight 15.3kg

Peak power(Pm) 175W

Maximum system voltage 1000V DC

Solar modules GYSP-160

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 43.2V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 35V

Dimension(mm) 1588x802x45

Short circuit current (Isc) 5.1A

Tolerance ± 5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 4.59A

Weight 15.6kg

Peak power(Pm) 160W

Maximum system voltage 1000V DC

Solar modules GYSP-130

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 22.6V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17.6V

Dimension(mm) 1466x656x40

Short circuit current (Isc) 7.83A

Tolerance ± 5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 7.35A

Weight 13.2kg

Peak power(Pm) 130W

Maximum system voltage 1000V DC

Solar modules GYSP-120

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 22.5V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17.5V

Dimension(mm) 1425X650X40

Short circuit current (Isc) 7.12A

Tolerance ± 5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 6.8A

Weight 10.8kg

Peak power(Pm) 120W

Maximum system voltage 1000V DC

Solar modules GYSP-100

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.6V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17.4V

Dimension(mm) 1425X650X40

Short circuit current (Isc) 7.24A

Tolerance ± 5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 6.14A

Weight 10.8kg

Peak power(Pm) 100W

Maximum system voltage 1000V DC

Solar modules GYSP-80

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.3 V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17.4V

Dimension(mm) 802X802X35

Short circuit current (Isc) 5.2A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 4.6A

Weight 9.1kg

Peak power(Pm) 80W

Maximum system voltage 720V DC

Solar modules GYSP-65

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.6V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17.5V

Dimension(mm) 785X650X28

Short circuit current (Isc) 3.51A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 3.71A

Weight 5kg

Peak power(Pm) 65W

Maximum system voltage 720V DC

Solar modules GYSP-50

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.8V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17.9V

Dimension(mm) 540X710X35

Short circuit current (Isc) 3.0A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 2.81A

Weight 5.3kg

Peak power(Pm) 50W

Maximum system voltage 720V DC

Solar modules GYSP-40

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.8V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17V

Dimension(mm) 758X534X30

Short circuit current (Isc) 2.55A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 2.34A

Weight 5.8kg

Peak power(Pm) 40W

Maximum system voltage 720V DC

Solar modules GYSP-30

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.5V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 16.8V

Dimension(mm) 435X650X25

Short circuit current (Isc) 2.02A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 1.79A

Weight 3.5kg

Peak power(Pm) 30W

Maximum system voltage 720V DC

Solar modules GYSP-20

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.5V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 16.9V

Dimension(mm) 605X287X25

Short circuit current (Isc) 1.35A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 1.2A

Weight 3.1kg

Peak power(Pm) 20W

Maximum system voltage 720V DC

Solar modules GYSP-10

Open circuit voltage(Voc) 21.5V

Monocrystalline silicon

Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17V

Dimension(mm) 288X310X28

Short circuit current (Isc) 0.71A

Tolerance ±5%

Optimum operating current (Imp) 0.58A

Weight 2.1kg

Peak power(Pm) 10W

Maximum system voltage 720V DC

II.
Sample Products in PV Lighting Unit Series

Name

Characteristics and Specifications

GYSL-1

5V 2.5AH Lead-Acid Battery

8 W light tube

Alternative charging Mode

Car charger

Adaptor

Solar panel

Charging time 8 times

Continuously work for 30 hours

Carton size 68X40X52

23.5Kg

GYSL-6

6V 1.5AH Ni-MH Battery

7 Lumination Time 8 hours

Continuous Working Time 7 days

Body Material plastic body

Color white/Green/Yellow

1 LED 10000mcd 8h 2Batteries

Carton size 35X45x56

GYSL-2

5V 2.5AH Lead-Acid Battery

8W Light Tube

Alternative charging Mode

Car charger

Adaptor

Solar panel

Charging time 8 times

Continuously work for 30 hours

Carton size 65X42X42.5

10.5Kg

GYSL-3

Stainless Steel Body

8W Light Tube

Continuously work for 30 hours

Carton size 65X42X42.5

16.5Kg

GYSL-4

175W Solar Energy system

70Ah Battery

Controller 7A

Energy Conservation Lamp 15W

Lumination Time 8 hours

Continuous Working Time 7 days

GYSL-5

6V 1.5AH Ni-MH Battery

7W Light Tube

Charging time 8 times

Continuously work for 30 hours

Carton size 35X42X120

Color White

GYSL-7

100W Solar Energy system

60Ah Battery

Controller 10A

Energy Conservation Lamp 15W

Lumination Time 8 hours

Continuous Working Time 7 days

GYSL-8

45W Solar Energy system

50Ah Battery

Controller 7A

Energy Conservation Lamp 12W

Lumination Time 8 hours

Continuous Working Time 7 days

GYSL-9

40W Solar Energy system

65Ah Battery

Controller 6A

Energy Conservation Lamp 11W

Lumination Time 8 hours

Continuous Working Time 7 days

GYSL-10

80W Solar Energy system

100Ah Battery

Controller 7A

Energy Conservation Lamp 10W

Lumination Time 8 hours

Continuous Working Time 7 days

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the solar industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3259

License Grant
The Agreement provided for the acquisition of certain inventions and related patents and patent applications.

The Agreement provides for a royalty obligation to the Licensor on the wholesale price for each unit using the infrared solar charger.

License Property
The IR charger has a high density backup battery which is designed to double the battery life of a smartphone. The IR charger cell can be used to recharge the phone in emergency by sun or normal room lights. This product will have a range of different lines from a low cost model up to designer products. We are aiming to launch the product later this year.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the electronics market.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26008

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee during the License Term the exclusive right and license in the Field of Use throughout the Territory under the Licensed Technology to manufacture, have manufactured, use, market, have marketed, sell, have sold, import, and have imported Licensed Product.

The rights in Licensed Technology granted by Licensor to Licensee include the right to grant sublicenses as Licensee deems prudent.

Licensor hereby assigns to Licensee any and all of Licensor’s right, title, and interest in and to the mark SUNCONE (the 'Trademark').

License Property
The Licensed Technology to applies it to distributed energy systems, electric power plants, saline water desalination systems, and other applications.

Licensor has invented certain technology which may be able to economically collect solar energy using a novel method of non-imaging optics. Among other uses, this technology may be able to be used to produce steam to drive a generator to produce electrical power or to produce desalinated water from seawater or brackish water.

'Licensed Commodity Product' shall mean generated electrical power or desalinated water or other pumped liquids that are generated or purified, as applicable, using any product or device which, or the manufacture, use or sale of which, is covered by a Valid Claim of the Patent Rights. For purposes of clarity, Licensed Commodity Products are a subset of Licensed Products.

'Licensed Product' means any product or device which, or the manufacture, use, or sale of which, is covered by a Valid Claim of the Patent Rights, including but not limited to Licensed Commodity Products. A solar collector that resembles the invention described in Article 1.2 but does not have a flexible film cone reflector does not fit this definition of 'Licensed Product.' If a cable tracking system defined in the patent application of Article 1.2 is used to point an array of solar collectors, then the cable tracking system part of the system may be a 'Licensed Product' if it is covered by a Valid Claim of the Patent Rights.

These applications are (a) Provisional U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 60/648,865, filed February 1, 2005, and (b) nonprovisional patent applications in the U.S. and abroad claiming priority to that provisional patent application, namely, (b.i) Nonprovisional U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 11/341,628, titled 'Concentrating Solar Power' and filed at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on January 27, 2006, (b.ii) International Patent Application No. PCT/US06/03071, titled 'Concentrating Solar Power' and filed at the USPTO’s Receiving Office pursuant to the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) on January 27, 2006, and (b.iii) Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Patent Application No. GCC/P/2006/5739, titled 'Concentrating Solar Power' and filed at the GCC Patent Office in the Middle East on January 31, 2006. These applications (a), (b.i), (b.ii), and (b.iii) are hereinafter referred to as the 'Patent Applications'.

Field of Use
'Field of Use' means the collecting of solar energy to generate electricity, desalinate water, and all other industrial applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26599

License Grant
Canadian Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a nonexclusive, nontransferable, worldwide license to manufacture, use and sell the Licensor as now or hereafter incorporated into Licensee Products
License Property
Licensor has developed and owns certain proprietary technology with respect to the techniques and know-how related to power cells. The technology relates to certain electrical generator technology.  A patent application for the Technology has been filed with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (Application Number 2,357,766).
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to technology that relates to certain electrical generator technology.

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: 4456

License Grant
The Licensee has an exclusive worldwide license and rights to sublicense any and all intellectual property conceived or developed under its sponsorship at the University.
License Property
Currently, research and development of the licensee's flexible, thin-film organic photovoltaic (OPV) and inorganic Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) technologies is being conducted at University's (Licensor's) research facility under the seven year 2013 Research Agreement dated December 20, 2013.

OPV are Organic semiconductors made from carbon-rich compounds with a structure tailored to optimize a particular function, such as responsiveness to a particular range of visible light. The use of organic compounds as semiconductors for commercial applications is very new.

Field of Use
Licensee is using it in organic semiconductor based photovoltaic cell technology.

OPV are Organic semiconductors made from carbon-rich compounds with a structure tailored to optimize a particular function, such as responsiveness to a particular range of visible light. The use of organic compounds as semiconductors for commercial applications is very new.  The Licensee is using it in organic semiconductor based photovoltaic cell technology. A particular advantage of OPV technologies is the low cost of the materials used for the solar energy generating layers. Additionally, all of the fabrication temperatures are low and environmentally “green”, greatly reducing the ancillary costs required in conventional solar cell production.  Furthermore, the growth of the thin film layers can be accomplished directly onto the plastic or metal foils and therefore is no need for energy-intensive and expensive epitaxial growth required by inorganic semiconductors such as silicon or GaAs. Rather, there is the opportunity to “print” organic solar cells onto continuous rolls of plastic in an ultra-high-speed manufacturing process. The potential for printed electronics – making solar cells “by the kilometer” rather than on one substrate at a time – makes OPV a potentially revolutionary step in the widespread acceptance and deployment of solar energy. Since the organic films are see-through, lightweight and extremely thin (in this case the entire structure is only 0.1% the thickness of a human hair), they can be made semitransparent and adjusted to any desirable color. As a result, there are significant opportunities to achieve heretofore unrealizable applications such as car paint that allows vehicle coating to act as a source of power for an electric car; windows that can be coated with a clear semi-transparent film that captures photons from the sun to provide power for inside of the building, and fabric that can be made coated in order to make clothes, tents, flags, or lightweight roll-out power mats.

Since the organic films are see-through, lightweight and extremely thin (in this case the entire structure is only 0.1% the thickness of a human hair), they can be made semitransparent and adjusted to any desirable color. As a result, there are significant opportunities to achieve heretofore unrealizable applications such as car paint that allows vehicle coating to act as a source of power for an electric car; windows that can be coated with a clear semi-transparent film that captures photons from the sun to provide power for inside of the building, and fabric that can be made coated in order to make clothes, tents, flags, or lightweight roll-out power mats.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6067

License Grant
The Licensor, a corporation 100% owned by the Licensee’s Chief Executive Officer,  has assigned to the Licensee the Patent and the inventions created using those rights pursuant to an Assignment.
License Property
Invention(s) means Substrate With Light Display; described in U.S. Patent Application No. 60/608,783, U.S. Patent Application No. 11/219,164 U.S. Patent Application No. 60/617,263 and U.S. Patent Application No. 60/804,224 and any related patents or patent applications. A display with light elements comprises a substrate layer and a display layer. The substrate layer comprises a power source, light elements interconnected to the power source, and a controller interconnected to both. The substrate layer may be formed of flexible material. The controller activates at least a first light element to a different illumination state relative to at least a second light element. The display layer covers a substantial portion of the substrate and contains text and/or graphics covering a portion thereof. The display layer may be formed of flexible material. The light elements are visible through the display layer. The power source may include a solar cell and/or a battery. When both a battery and solar cell are used the solar cell may recharge the battery to operate the light elements and controller in low light conditions.  The Company is developing solar and non-solar powered substrates that permit sign-quality graphics to be run through printers with electric lighting embedded in the substrate.

For example, retail establishments such as grocery stores and convenience stores generally use numerous different types of displays both for advertising and for conveying information. The displays may be shelf tags indicating a product and a price, floor displays, window displays, and numerous others. Similarly, posters may be used as displays for numerous types of establishments, including retail establishments, theaters, food service establishments, and many public or governmental displays to convey various types of information. Furthermore, numerous different types of vehicle-mounted displays exist, such as bumper stickers, window stickers, and others. Other types of vehicle-mounted displays include advertising displays mounted on the interior and/or exterior portions of vehicles, including taxi vehicles and public transit vehicles such as buses and trains. Displays may also be fixed to benches, buildings, street or lampposts, and hanging banners, to name but a few examples. [Para 4] Generally, such displays are static displays that are printed in a fixed manner. For example, a poster may have a printed display portion including text and/or graphics for use in an advertising promotion.

Field of Use
The Buyer is a Nevada corporation engaged in the business of providing energy-efficient and sustainable energy solutions by developing and implementing technology in three main areas  light emitting diode (LED) lighting, solar energy and infrared. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, EvoLucia Lighting, Inc., the Company is developing and selling environmentally responsible, energy efficient lighting products that are based on the latest and most efficient light emitting diode (LED) technologies. The Company, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, has also developed technologies in the solar energy arena that improve the efficiency of solar energy production and delivery and have the potential for bringing solar power more quickly to grid parity.  The Company has also developed mercury cadmium telluride infrared cells that increase efficiencies in infrared technology and may provide opportunities for commercial applications of that technology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26768

License Grant
The Company exercised its right to acquire a non-exclusive Licensing Agreement of thin-film battery technology.
License Property
The technology is for a battery that is lithium-based and manufactured to be thinner than common plastic wrap.  Like the larger, traditional lithium batteries that power laptops and cell phones, this lithium battery is also rechargeable. Unlike traditional lithium batteries, the thin-film battery is intended for small, hi-tech, low power applications, some of which have not yet been developed or brought to market. Current anticipated uses include 'smart' credit cards, security cards, wireless sensors, radio frequency identification tags, chip memory backup and advanced drug delivery devices.

IPSCIO Record ID: 230641

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement with the Licensor granting the Company an exclusive license to commercialize its patented Internal Short Circuit technology.
License Property
The patented Internal Short Circuit (ISC) device, which causes predictable battery cell failures in lithium-ion batteries, making them easier to study and, therefore, safer. Lithium-ion batteries are the industry and consumer standard for portable power; billions of individual battery cells exist and billions more are planned for production. They provide power for everything from smart phones and laptops to electric cars and space crafts. But lithium-ion batteries fail, sometimes with catastrophic results. Due to the relative rarity of cell failures, scientists and researchers had been unable to reliably or accurately replicate latent defect cell failures in lab settings, impeding research into safer battery technology. In 2015, researchers developed and patented a device – the Internal Short Circuit – that creates these cell failures in predictable conditions.
Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the electronics industry relating to batteries.  The Company will market both ISC devices to battery cell manufacturers and ISC embedded battery cells to OEM manufacturers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7292

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive license rights to manufacture, import, use and sell portable solar-powered generators in the United States.
License Property
IDS Solar Technology Product Description

SOTO50-1
Case
Styleworks Tough Tote 10.5 gallon (original)

Battery
50Ah – Universal Power Group – UB12500

Inverter
Whistler Pro -1600W

Charge Controller
Morningstar Sunguard 4.5A

Panel
ET Solar 45W ET-M53645

Total Weight
45 lbs.

SOTO50-2
Case
Styleworks Tough Tote 10.5 gallon w /telescoping handle & transport wheels

Battery
50Ah – Universal Power Group – UB12500

Inverter
Whistler Pro – 1600W

Charge Controller
Morningstar Sunguard 4.5A

Panel
ET Solar 45W ET-M53645

Total Weight
45 lbs.

SOST75-1
Case
Pelican Storm iM2620 w /telescoping handle & transport wheels

Battery
75Ah- AGM- 900W

Inverter
Whistler Pro -1600W

Charge Controller
Morningstar l0A SunSaver with LVD

Panel
Power Film 30W foldable panel

Total Weight
75 lbs.

Field of Use
Licensee business focuses on the design and development of solar and power management technologies and incorporates these into its manufacturing and distribution of solar-based portable power stations and devices.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26660

License Grant
The Canadian Company signed an Agreement with the Canadian University to engage in a non-Exclusive License to use technology designed by the University to develop and sell products. As part of its product development, the Company has a completed inverter.
License Property
The Company's new, modular-based, grid-tie inverter, to be branded the EPOD Grid-Tie Inverter or GTI, offers commercial solar and wind power applications an unprecedented combination of field performance, expansion flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. With a 10-kilowatt capacity and modular design, users are able to install multiple EPOD Inverters in parallel to accommodate the specific capacity requirement of each installation. The modular design affords solar and wind power users near limitless scalability and flexibility in grid-tie inverters, allowing for more accurate and cost effective commercial power inverter sizing, all at an industry-leading price point.
Field of Use
The EPOD inverter has been designed to allow for DC power to be converted to AC power.

IPSCIO Record ID: 46156

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive, royalty-bearing, and non-transferable license to manufacture, have manufactured, use, import, offer to sell, and/or sell, or lease inventions and/or technology covered by the Licensed Technology during the Term, in all Fields of Use. US Patents 8,622,056 Solar Energy Power Generation System and US 9,163,512 Bladeless Turbine.
License Property
The Licensor’s proprietary intellectual property and trademarks are in the field of solar power  technology for energy production.

US 8,622,056 Solar Energy Power Generation System
US 9,163,512 Bladeless Turbine

Field of Use
The Licensee is involved in technologies for exploiting shallow oil and natural gas reserves.

IPSCIO Record ID: 318447

License Grant
Under the terms of the Sales Rep Agreement, Licensor granted to Licensee an exclusive right to solicit orders for products it produces for and are sold by Licensee in the Indian Subcontinent, the Middle East and North Africa, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Under the terms of the Development Agreement, Licensee (of India) shall provide certain specifications and design concepts to Licensor and Licensor shall design, engineer and develop one or more prototype(s) to be licensed to Licensee for the manufacture and sale of certain products, which shall be based in whole or in part by the prototype(s).

License Property
Products include but not limited to equipment in response to the growing demand for power electronics in the highest power ranges, in key areas of power conversion such as power semiconductor analysis and application, thermal exchange, magnetic design, packaging, DSP (digital signal processor) control for converters/inverters, embedded system design, digital communication, and HMI (human machine interface).

Licensor has industrial applications expertise in the power conversion field that include general industrial customers, and military customers both domestically and internationally.  Some of our typical applications include heavy industrial applications, equipment for research laboratories, aircraft ground support, battery chargers, metal finishing, testing, water conditioning, electrochemical processes, transportation, custom distribution equipment and telecommunications.

Field of Use
Licensee will utilize the technology for prototype(s) use in the large market base that includes E-Mobility (electric vehicles), high power applications and solar energy. Licensee group companies include state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, high voltage and low voltage switchboards, automation, printed circuit board assembly, an embedded electronic design unit and an electromagnetic interference and compatibility analysis group to name a few.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3870

License Grant
The license is exclusive and worldwide for the defined field of use of collecting solar energy to generate electricity, desalinate water and for all other industrial applications.

The Parties entered into an amended and restated technology license agreement with the licensor, pursuant to which we have agreed to license from the licensor certain patent rights and technology which we refer to as Sunconeâ„¢ CSP (Concentrated Solar Power).

License Property
Sunconeâ„¢  CSP relates to the collection of solar energy using a novel method of non-imaging optics, a process which provides an economical method of collecting thermal power for the production of electricity.

These applications are (a) Provisional U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 60/648,865, filed February 1, 2005, and (b) nonprovisional patent applications in the U.S. and abroad claiming priority to that provisional patent application, namely, (b.i) Nonprovisional U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 11/341,628, titled “Concentrating Solar Power” and filed at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on January 27, 2006, (b.ii) International Patent Application No. PCT/US06/03071, titled “Concentrating Solar Power” and filed at the USPTO’s Receiving Office pursuant to the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) on January 27, 2006, and (b.iii) Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Patent Application No. GCC/P/2006/5739, titled “Concentrating Solar Power” and filed at the GCC Patent Office in the Middle East on January 31, 2006. These applications (a), (b.i), (b.ii), and (b.iii) are hereinafter referred to as the “Patent Applications”.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28838

License Grant
The agreement granted general distribution rights and the right for yacht and helicopter engines.
The Canadian Licensee will become a manufacturer and distributor of chargers utilizing the Technology throughout Canada and the United States and other geographical locations at our sole discretion.
License Property
The Technology is the unique AccelRateTM technology to speed the generation of energy.  The flagship product is the AccelRateTM battery charger, which utilizes a charge/discharge algorithm to reduce battery charge times by up to 80%.  The Technology has been proven for use in applications large and small, from power tools, forklifts, golf carts and electric bicycles to electric cars and helicopters.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27033

License Grant
Canadian Licensor hereby grants to the Canadian Licensee a non-exclusive worldwide licence to use the NRC Base LI Technology for the Specified Uses with rights to sub-licence worldwide, on the terms stated herein.
License Property
Lithium Ion batteries offer several advantages not available from conventional battery technologies such as higher energy density, higher cell voltage and longer charge retention or shelf life.  As a result, these batteries have been marketed as a power source for consumer electronics such as cellular phones, camcorders and many other high drain applications.

1. Materials for Use as Cathodes in Lithium Ion Cells. Isobel J. Davidson,Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Assigned to NRC. Filed July 9,
1993; Issued 6 December,  1994. US Patent  #5,370,949.  Canadian patent application #2,163,265.

2. Method of Forming a Stable  Form of LiMnO2 as Cathode in Lithium  Cell. Isobel J.  Davidson,  Roderick S.  McMillan and John J.  Murray.  Filed April 26, 1995;  Issued April 9,1996.  US Patent  #5,506,078.  Canadian patent application #2,163,182.

3. Electrolyte for a Secondary Cell. Zhi X. Shu,  Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray.  Assigned to NRC. Filed April 15, 1994; Issued June 25, 1996. US Patent #5,529,859.

4. Electrolyte for a Secondary Cell. Zhi X. Shu,  Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Assigned to NRC. Filed October 6, 1995; Issued November 5, 1996. US Patent #5,571,635.

5. Method of Forming a Stable  Form of LiMnO2 as Cathode in Lithium  Cell. Isobel J.  Davidson,  Roderick S.  McMillan and John J.  Murray.  Filed
April 26, 1995; U.S. patent application #08/429,001.  One limited usage claim allowed and will issue in about 3 months.  CIP action in progress for broader usage claims.

Field of Use
'Energy Materials Field' means Technology related to a broad variety of battery formats, fuel cell formats, related materials (including, without limitation, separators, electrolytes, electrodes, packaging etc.) and associated production, processes and testing.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3723

License Grant
Licensor grants to Canadian Licensee during the License Term the exclusive right and license in the Field throughout the Territory to use Licensed Technology and to manufacture, have manufactured, use, market, have marketed, sell and have sold Licensed Products.
License Property
Licensor has invented certain technology, which may be able to economically collect solar energy using a novel method of non-imaging optics. Among other uses, it can produce steam to drive a generator to produce electrical power or produce desalinated water from seawater or brackish water. This technology is herein referred to as “Suncone.”

'Licensed Technology' means Licensor's invention comprising Suncone and the Technology.

A U.S. patent application under the title “Solar Power Concentrator Using Reflective Films” has been filed for this technology.

A new concentrating solar power (CSP) system called Suncone provides an economical method of collecting solar thermal energy for the production of electricity. Suncone can operate at higher temperatures and higher efficiencies than parabolic trough solar collectors and is less expensive than troughs or parabolic dish concentrators. Like the parabolic dish, it must be pointed toward the sun but requires less sun-tracking precision than a parabolic dish or parabolic trough. Suncone is less prone hail damage than troughs or dishes. Extensive patent searches have been made and a patent application has been filed.

Field of Use
'Field of Use' means the collecting of solar energy to generate electricity, desalinate water, and all other industrial applications.

Under the Agreement, the Licensee is responsible for funding the development and commercialization of the technology. The Licensee hopes to develop the Suncone technology into a device that can produce electricity or potable water at locations without access to the electrical grid.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26942

License Grant
The Company's patent technology and rights were assigned to License, a subsidiary.
License Property
Patent technology right is to Hydrogen Generation System–pellets that store and produce hydrogen on demand.  Each powerball is a sodium hydride sphere which is approximately 1.2 inches in diameter, covered by a polyethylene cover.   A gallon of powerball fuel pellets produces hundreds of gallons of hydrogen upon contact with water on an as-needed basis.  The hydride pellets can be produced using energy from diverse energy sources all over the world such as biomass, natural gas, wind energy, hydroelectric power, and solar energy.
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