Advancing CleanTech: University Technology Transfer

L.R. Mejia
Stanford University, US

Keywords:

Technology Transfer, Licensing, CleanTech, Energy

Abstract:

This paper will discuss the importance of CleanTech technology transfer to universities, governments, and industry and how all three sectors can work together for a common goal of a cleaner, more energy-secure, world. CleanTech case studies of Stanford spinoffs, SunPower Corporation and CleanCoal Energy LLC, are discussed to provide illustrative examples of technology transfer.


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