Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Material Composite
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IPSCIO Record ID: 286114
In conjunction with the transactions contemplated by the Master Agreement, Licensors of the United States, Norway and Germany have licensed to Licensee certain proprietary intellectual property.
The binding memorandum of understanding also contemplates that Licensee will sign interim silicon supply guarantees to immediately enable the next phase of expansion of its facility in Thalheim, Germany.
The products are solar power products with proprietary, low-cost String Ribbonâ„¢ wafer technology,
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: 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.