Reading the Tea Leaves in Patents and Patent Applications
If you are interested in the future of combined heat and power or waste heat to power technologies, I hope you come to my presentation at the upcoming Combined Heat And Power (CHP) & Waste Heat to Power (WHP) national conference.
I’m proud to be on the agenda with my co-author Dan Bullock, President of cleanDG Advisors, for this forward-looking gathering Oct. 7-9 at the Crowne Plaza in Houston. Our focus will be Emerging and Potentially Disruptive Technology Trends.
You won’t be surprised to learn that our presentation involves a deep dive into intellectual property to piece together a reliable picture of emerging trends for CHP and WHP interests.
By digging into patent and patent application publications, we’ll be teasing out information about R&D, company direction and spending trends. Conference attendees will learn the most prolific patent-generating companies, which countries are seeing the most patenting activity, which segments of CHP are the most active and how the U.S. fares compared to the rest of the world.
We will also discuss where companies are spending their R&D money, which new technologies are likely to see growth in the near future and which companies are heavily investing their resources to push these technologies into the marketplace
I’m excited about what I’ve learned, so I hope you will be there to join the conversation.
If you can’t make it, give me a call — I’d love to talk.