Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 4
- Energy & Environment
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
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IPSCIO Record ID: 6546
IPSCIO Record ID: 6376
The 2009 Addendum also included commissions to be paid to Licensor for sales assistance relating to its product outside the original territories of North America, Central America and Caribbean.
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: 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.