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IPSCIO Record ID: 282958
Licensed Products shall mean any solar cell, module, and/or array constituting an apparatus or article for the generation of electricity, characterized by a power rating in watts determined under standard conditions.
IPSCIO Record ID: 210153
IPSCIO Record ID: 203449
(1) the manufacture of SiC Fiber for use in the PV Field, which license shall be exclusive inside the PV Field, and
(2) the construction and operation of a SiC Fiber factory and perform related knowledge transfer and other services on behalf of Licensee.
Licensor grants an irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide, transferable, sublicensable right and license under the Licensor IP within the PV Field only to:
(i) Exploit SiC Fiber,
(ii) Construct and/or Operate the Licensee Facilities and
(iii) copy, distribute, display, perform and modify the Licensor IP for the purpose of engaging in the activities described.
The license granted shall be exclusive, even as to Licensor and its Affiliates, in the PV Field.
SiC Fiber is a 10 Âµm diameter crystalline silicon carbide (SiC) fiber with the highest temperature capability of any available.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4456
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.
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 â€œgreenâ€, 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 â€œprintâ€ organic solar cells onto continuous rolls of plastic in an ultra-high-speed manufacturing process. The potential for printed electronics – making solar cells â€œby the kilometerâ€ 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: 29446
IPSCIO Record ID: 237238
Wafer shall mean any ribbon substrate which would infringe a claim of a Licensed Patent.
Cell shall mean a single Wafer which is processed to provide electrical output.
Module shall mean a plurality of Cells which are connected with a common electrical output.
Integrated Product shall mean any product which is sold as a unit by Licensee and which incorporates a Wafer, Cell or Module as part of the unit.
IPSCIO Record ID: 130607
Rayton Base Technology
Rayton Solar Inc. Patents
A. United States Patent Application 13/954,868 â€œProcesses and Apparatuses for Manufacturing Wafersâ€ filed 7/30/2013 Attorney Docket number YAKUB-54214
B. United States Patent Application 61/941,325 â€œImproved Wafer Manufacturing System and Related Processâ€ filed 2/18/2014 Attorney Docket number RAYTON- 54454
Using the particle accelerator co-developed, the Licensee is able to achieve close to zero waste and create cost-efficient Photo Voltaic modules.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28691
The Licensee has obtained the exclusive rights to License and subLicense to develop, manufacture, market and exploit the Licensor's inventions, patent applications and any issued patents in the case of the Licensee, for the manufacture and sale of photovoltaic cells and photovoltaic applications and in the case of Licensee for the manufacture and sale of quantum dots for electronic and medical applications (excluding photovoltaic applications).
Nanoparticle are materials with features in the nanoscale, which features can be beneficial in a number of applications. Quantum dots are atomic crystals, tiny nanoparticles which can operate as up converters or down converters, emitting either photons or electrons when excited. The color of light emitted varies depending on the size of the quantum dot so that photonic emissions can be tuned by the creation of quantum dots of different sizes. Their unique properties as highly efficient, next generation semiconductors have led to the use of quantum dots in a range of electronic and other applications, including in the biomedical, display and lighting industries. Quantum dots also have applications in solar cells, where their characteristics enable conversion of light energy into electricity, with the potential for significantly higher efficiencies and lower costs than existing technologies, thereby creating the opportunity for a step change in the solar energy industry through the use of quantum dots in printed photovoltaic cells.
With respect to the Licensor's patent applications, the Licensor made a provisional filing for an invention disclosure titled â€œsynthesis of uniform nanoparticle shapes with high selectivityâ€ with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on April 13, 2007 and a subsequent utility filing on April 11, 2008 under the Patent Cooperation Treaty.
PCT enables the U.S. applicant to file one application, 'an international application,' in a standardized format in English in the U.S. Receiving Office (the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office), and have that application acknowledged as a regular national or regional filing in any State or region that is party to the PCT. Dr. Michael Wong is a director of the Licensee Parent and is the inventor of the Licensorâ€™s patent application Licensed by the Licensee.
Invention Disclosure Title Patent Title Filing Date Serial Number Patent Type Country Inventors Pa
27014 8/31/06 Synthesis of Uniform Nanoparticle Shapes
with High Selectivity
Synthesis of Uniform Nanoparticle Shapes
with High Selectivity
4/13/07 60/911,721 Provisional U.S. Michael Wong,
Synthesis of Uniform Nanoparticle Shapes with high Selectivity 4/11/08 PCT/US2008/060129 PCT PCT Michael Wong, Subashini Asokan On an â€œas isâ€ basis as of the Effective Dae
The Licensee is a start-up solar technology and quantum dot manufacturing firm with the opportunity to acquire a significant amount of both quantum dot and solar photovoltaic market share by commercializing a low cost quantum dot processing technology and a low cost quantum dot based third generation photovoltaic technology/solar cell, pursuant to an exclusive license agreement the University Licensor.
Our objective is to become the first bulk manufacture of high quality tetrapod quantum dots and the first solar cell manufacturer to be able to offer a solar electricity solution that competes on a non-subsidized basis with the price of retail electricity in key markets in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
IPSCIO Record ID: 471
The license revision assigns all of licensor's right, title and interest in and to the Patent and Improvements, consistent with the requirements of the original Inventions Agreement. The licensor is an individual and the licensee a U.S. corporation.
IPSCIO Record ID: 46156
US 8,622,056 Solar Energy Power Generation System
US 9,163,512 Bladeless Turbine
IPSCIO Record ID: 27673
Subject to exceptions in this Agreement, Licensee shall pay royalties to Licensor for the use of MNIP. The royalty shall be based on two main elements: the success of the relevant MNIP in achieving Cost Savings and the success of that MNIP in achieving Added Value. MNIP means Material New IP.
Licensed Products means Wafers, Cells, and/or Modules, as the case may be, in which the Wafers are made using String Ribbon Technology.
Licensed Products means Wafers, Cells, and/or Modules, as the case may be, in which the Wafers are made using String Ribbon Technology. This is to be used in the manufacture of Licensee's solar modules. The Licensor develops and manufactures multi-crystalline silicon wafers utilizing String Ribbonâ„¢ proprietary wafer technology. The technology involves a unique process to produce multi-crystalline silicon wafers by growing thin strips of silicon that are then cut into wafers. This process substantially reduces the amount of silicon and other processing costs required to produce a wafer when compared to conventional sawing processes. Silicon is the key raw material in manufacturing multi-crystalline silicon wafers. The wafers they produce are the primary components of photovoltaic (â€œPVâ€) cells which, in turn, are used to produce solar panels (also referred to as solar modules).
IPSCIO Record ID: 26008
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 Licensorâ€™s right, title, and interest in and to the mark SUNCONE (the 'Trademark').
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 USPTOâ€™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'.