Entities That Participated — Phase 1
An alphabetical listing of the firms, universities, research organizations and other entitites that received patents under the USPTO Green Technology Pilot Program.
Includes independent inventors who assigned the patent to themselves.
|Saint Louis University||Industry — Bioengineering||8048660|
|SAKTI3, Inc.||Energy — Storage||7945344||Sakti3 is a developer of solid state rechargeable lithium ion battery technology with the mission of extending electric vehicle ranges.|
|San Diego Gas & Electric Company||Energy — Energy efficiency||8024077||SB Limotive Co., Ltd.||Energy —Storage, Batteries||7972185
|Founded in 2008, A joint company of Samsung and Bosch. The 50:50 joint company SB LiMotive of Samsung and Bosch has the target to develop, manufacture, and sell lithium-ion batteries for automotive applications.|
|Seab Energy Ltd.||Energy — Fluid flow||8061993||Young Gun (2008)|
|Seoul Opto Device Co., Ltd.||Energy —Lighting, LED||8039861|
|Serious Energy, Inc.||Industry — Green building||8102478|
|Skyline Solar, Inc.||Energy —Solar||7709730
|Young Gun (2007)
Received funding from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to accelerate production. Also awarded a contract from the US Department of Defense (DOD) to demonstrate their systems at military bases in the US Southwest.
|Solar Red Systems, Inc.||Energy —Solar||7819114|
|Solaria Corporation||Energy — Solar||8049098||Solaria Corporation was formerly known as Lightchip, Inc. and changed its name to Solaria Corporation in May 2006.|
|SolarLogic, LLC||Energy — Energy efficiency||7848853
|Young Gun (2008)
SolarLogic is a privately-held, solar hydronic technology company headquartered in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
|Solazyme, Inc.||Industry — Bioengineering||7935515
|Solexant Corp.||Energy — Solar||7858872||Young Gun (2006) University spin-out. Solexant was founded by Dr. Damoder Reddy along with scientific founders and scientific advisory board members Prof. Paul Alivisatos of U.C. Berkeley, Prof. Paras Prasad of SUNY Buffalo and Prof. Sue Carter of U.C. Santa Cruz.|
|Solexel, Inc.||Energy —Solar||7999174
|Young Gun (2005)|
|Soraa, Inc.||Industry — Chemical engineering||8097081
|Young Gun (2008)|
|Stion Corporation||Energy — Solar||7855089
|Top Assignee — 15 patents
Young Gun (2006)
(Agrate Brianza MI)
|Energy — Solar||7888589|
|Straitmark Holding AG||Industry — Chemical engineering||7976811|
|Suniva, Inc.||Energy — Solar||8071418
|Young Gun (2006)
University spin-out. Suniva evolved from the work of Professor Ajeet Rohatgi of the Georgia Institute of Technology's University Center of Excellence in Photovoltaics (UCEP).
|Sunlight Photonics, Inc.||Energy — Solar||8012788
|Young Gun (2008)
Formerly Sunlight Acquisitions, Inc.
|Sunnovations LLC||Energy — Solar||7798140||Young Gun (2008)|
|Sunpower Corporation||Energy — Solar||7812250
|Founded in 1985. Received a federal contract awarded by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).|
|Sunpreme, Ltd.||Energy — Solar||7951640
|Young Gun (2009)|
|SustainX, Inc.||Energy — Storage, Compressed Air||8104274
|Top Assignee — 9 patents
Young Gun (2007) — University spinout of Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth. SustainX received funding from National Science Foundation and the US Department of Energy as noted in its patents. They also received $14.4M in funding from GE Energy Financial Services as of March 2011. AES Energy Storage, LLC is working with SustainX to demonstrate a full-size system in the field, capable of storing enough energy to power 1,000 typical US homes. SustainX also received funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (The Obama Administration stimulus program.)
|Synthetic Genomics, Inc.||Energy — Biofuel||8114641|