Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 19
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IPSCIO Record ID: 4002
In the case of commercial refineries, this is expected to result in drop-in fuels such as diesel and jet fuel. When used in existing fermentation facilities, it is expected to directly result in ethanol production. When used as a feedstock for other energy producers, particularly power generators, it is a renewable input source for co-firing with fossil fuels.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5125
Our products provide an efficient and cost-effective way to generate hydrogen. Our UOB-TM- technology allows for hydrogen gas generation using readily available inputs such as electricity, natural gas, and water.
We design and develop hydrogen fuel processors for fuel cell systems and industrial hydrogen generators. Because fuel cells require hydrogen to produce electricity, the efficient and cost effective production of hydrogen for fuel cells is critical to the commercial introduction of fuel cell systems into the mass transportation and stationary markets. We have developed and patented the Under-Oxidized Burner (UOB-TM-), an innovative technology for hydrogen production. In comparison to other means of producing hydrogen, we believe our products provide more efficiency, lower emissions, lower capital costs and greater fuel-flexibility. Our proprietary UOB-TM- system produces hydrogen from hydrocarbon feedstocks, such as natural gas, propane, diesel and gasoline, and can be utilized as an on-site source of hydrogen in a variety of applications.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3759
IPSCIO Record ID: 26018
The Agreement harmonizes two prior License Agreements so that the Licensee has rights to manufacture the entire carbonate DFC power plant.
A production facility will be built to produce up to 140 megawatts of fuel cell components annually, with equipment initially procured for an expected annual production volume of 70 megawatts.
Construction will begin in early 2013 and fuel cell component production is expected to start in late 2014 or early 2015.
DFC power plants provide ultra clean, efficient and reliable distributed power generation solutions. Direct FuelCells combine a fuel such as natural gas or renewable biogas with oxygen from the ambient air to efficiently produce ultra-clean electricity and usable high quality heat through an electrochemical process. DFC power plants emit virtually no pollutants due to the absence of combustion. Avoiding the emission of nitrogen oxide (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SOx) and particulate matter supports clean air regulations and benefits public health. The high efficiency of the fuel cell power generation process reduces fuel costs and carbon emissions, and producing both electricity and heat from the same unit of fuel further supports favorable economics while also promoting sustainability.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28203
IPSCIO Record ID: 3592
The Technology, converts cellulose and waste materials into Ethanol and other high value chemicals.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28037
The use of a burner unit to create heat energy is typically the first of a number of steps in which the heat energy is generated for use in a multiplicity of residential, commercial or industrial settings, ranging from simple one-step residential and light commercial applications where the heat energy is used merely to heat air or water, such as the case of space or water heaters, to complicated industrial multi-step applications where the heat energy is subsequently converted into one or more other forms of energy. An illustration of a multi-step industrial application would be electricity generation, where a public utility company first burns oil, natural gas or coal to create heat energy, then uses this form of energy to heat water in a boiler system to create steam energy, then uses this form of energy to run a turbine to create mechanical energy, and ultimately uses this form of energy to create a magnetic field to generate electrical energy.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26219
IPSCIO Record ID: 722
â€œFuel Productsâ€ shall mean any and all products generated by the Licensed Technology that possess the characteristics of petroleum and petroleum bi-products created from the processing and refining of crude oil.
â€œMeal Productsâ€ shall mean any and all co-products created by the Licensed Technology that are remaining after the removal of the Fuel Products.
The Licensor has developed the Licensed Technology into a proprietary production system for the growth and harvesting of micro-crops for the production of biomass and a protein concentrate, including a protein by-product.
The Licensee is desirous of collaborating with the Licensor to commercially utilize the Licensed Technology in Egypt and Morocco. The Licensee will seek to obtain SubLicensees to construct and operate facilities for the growth and harvesting of organisms for the production of oil and biomass which utilize and incorporate the Licensed Technology. Each Unit would utilize five thousand hectares, and would each be constructed in increments of five hundred hectares. Licensee shall have the right to subLicense to any Affiliates. Software shall be licensed in a separate agreement.
IPSCIO Record ID: 6410
Licensor owns the rights to novel technologies for the conditioning of biomass-derived feedstock, the production, extraction and refining of lipids from biomass, and the reformation of carbonaceous gases into value-added products.
Cellulosic Corn(TM) technologies are designed to achieve the following key goals increase the net energy balance of biofuel derived from corn; increase profitability of corn ethanol; decrease amount of petroleum burned to make corn derived biofuel; increase the nutritional content of corn ethanol co-products; reduce, reuse and recycle the carbon emissions of corn ethanol production; diversify the biomass mix accepted and produced by traditional corn ethanol facilities; decrease the commodity and financial risk profile of corn ethanol; standardize corn-friendly cellulosic technology by building on the existing corn ethanol complex; and enhance the competitive positioning of corn ethanol in the domestic and global markets.
The EALA calls for the payment of royalties on income deriving from the use of feedstock conditioning technologies, lipid production, extraction and refining technologies, and carbon dioxide reformation technologies. The EALA additionally calls for the Licensee to sell all fats and/or oils that it produces but does not directly refine into biofuel to the Licensor at 60% of the price of diesel fuel at the time of shipment. The Licensee is entitled to use Cellulosic Corn(TM) technology on a royalty-free basis in its first 100 million gallons per year of corn ethanol production assets (if successfully acquired). The Licensor is a wholly owned subsidiary of GreenShift Corporation, which company is majority owned by our majority shareholder, Viridis Capital, LLC.
IPSCIO Record ID: 6546
IPSCIO Record ID: 29242
IPSCIO Record ID: 6435
The technology is to a patented, developed extractive fermentation technology to continually remove and isolate ethanol during the fermentation process, incorporating a strategy in which the fermentation reaction and ethanol removal occur simultaneously, thereby increasing output and reducing energy costs. The extractive fermentation technology to continually remove and isolate ethanol during the fermentation process, incorporates a strategy in which the fermentation reaction and ethanol removal occur simultaneously, thereby increasing output and reducing energy costs. The patented technology, developed by University, allows for more efficient production of ethanol, a clean-burning renewable fuel used in gasoline blends to improve vehicle performance.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1201
The Company will be granted the exclusive and non-transferable rights to the use of the Licensor's technologies associated with the production of ethanol and co-products from cellulosic biomass materials within the United States.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28268
IPSCIO Record ID: 28768
IPSCIO Record ID: 4249
March 24, 2010, The Licensor filed a complaint in Illinois against Licensee and one of its former employees, alleging conflicting proprietary rights relating to our intellectual property, including misappropriation of trade secrets.
March 8, 2011, The Licensee filed a state anti-trust claim and an abuse of process claim against The Licensor as part of this litigation.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4322
IPSCIO Record ID: 30400