GenH2 has officially confirmed to hold the most active NASA patent license agreements by any private company procured through NASA’s Technology Transfer Program.
Patent license agreements allow increased speed to market for commercializing the technology.
The diverse and noteworthy portfolio list of NASA technologies licensed includes focus areas in cryogenic testing, simulation instrumentation and feedthrough systems; cryogenic solid storage, nozzle and valve technologies; advanced thermal insulation management systems; hydrogen and carbon dioxide monitoring technologies, leak detection systems; and solar and renewable energy technologies that are enabling to the hydrogen full-cycle value chain.
GenH2 has also successfully commercialized its NASA LCX license agreement which supports the commercial application of a layered composite insulation system for nonvacuum applications and extreme environmental exposure conditions. This type of valuable cryogenic heat management system will help provide infrastructure and practical solutions as GenH2 continues the management and control of heat in hydrogen liquefaction, storage, and transfer in meeting the needs required to ensure the hydrogen economy thrives.
Cody Bateman, Founder and CEO of GenH2, said, “Even though our company is only two years old, we’ve already accrued a historical amount of intellectual property through these license agreements.”