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"Green Hydrogen Patents: Prior Art

and Recommendations for New Patents Review"

 

 

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Scope:

With the revolution and application of new-age technology such as renewable energy, AI, IOT, and electric vehicles, power demand dynamics have substantially changed. At the same time, demand for climate change mitigation has increased. This is the primary focus around the world right now, in addition to strengthening climate targets and demanding net-zero by 2045. When it comes to decarbonizing all industries, green hydrogen is the missing link. If it is developed, hydrogen could replace fossil fuels as the energy source for a green global economy. Hydrogen has appeared a promising climate-neutral energy carrier for achieving this goal in a sustainable way. This book provides system perspectives on long-term programs that use green hydrogen to replace and reconsider carbon-intensive fossil energy systems. Novel solutions based on green hydrogen and carbon neutral raw materials will be required to widely use green hydrogen as fuel and feedstock and create hydrogen markets. This book confers about the current patents and system level solutions needed to make green hydrogen a viable and significant part of future energy systems.

 

Key themes of the book: (Focus on reviewing patents)

  • Green Hydrogen's current and potential industrial applications. 
  • A state-of-the-art comparison of green hydrogen production technologies.    
  • Focus on storage, transmission, and distribution of Green Hydrogen.
  • Design of Electrolyze and its manufacturers markets.
  • Application of Green Hydrogen in buildings, transport, and power sectors.
  • Integrated system of Renewable energy, Solar-Wind-Hydrogen Storage.
  • Cost effective or low-cost large-scale production of Hydrogen.

  •   Economic and social Impact of Implementation of Green Hydrogen Technology.

 

Important Dates

 

First draft of the full chapter.

August 31, 2024

Acceptance Status..

September 30, 2024.

Submission of the final draft..

October, 2024.

Publication of Edited Book.

December 30, 2024.

Credits

  • The book will be published with ISBN.
  • Certificate of appreciation to all the authors from the University for their scholarly 
    contribution.
  • One printed copy of the edited book to authors as per publisher’s policy.
  • Best three chapters will be honored with a souvenir. 

Chapter Review guidelines

 

  • Understanding Prior Art: Prior art refers to any information that has been published, sold or otherwise made available to the public before the patent application is filed. This includes publications, patents, products, public demonstrations and other information that is available to the public.
  • Researching Prior Art: To write prior art in a patent application, it is important to conduct thorough research of relevant prior art. This can be done using databases such as the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the European Patent Office (EPO), and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) among others.
  • Identifying Relevant Prior Art: Once the research has been completed, it is important to identify which pieces of prior art are relevant to the invention. This can be done by reviewing the invention’s claims, specifications and drawings and comparing them to the prior art.
  • Organizing Prior Art: Once relevant prior art has been identified, it is important to organize it in a manner that is easy to understand. This can be done by creating a table or chart that summarizes the information, including the title, date, author, and relevance to the invention.
  • Understanding the Technicalities: It is important to have a good understanding of the technicalities involved in the field of engineering. This will help in writing a detailed and accurate description of the prior art.
  • Writing the Prior Art Section: The prior art section of a patent application should be written in a clear and concise manner. It should provide a summary of the relevant prior art and describe the similarities and differences between the invention and the prior art.
  • Formatting the Prior Art Section: The prior art section should be formatted in a professional manner and include appropriate headings, subheadings, and numbered lists.
  • Relying on References: In writing the prior art section of a patent application, it is important to rely on references to authors. This provides credibility to the prior art and demonstrates that the information has been thoroughly researched.
  • Click here to view and download the submission Template:

General Guidelines to Authors

 

  • Chapter contributions should have an abstract (within 200 words) with key words (minimum 3 to maximum 5). 

  • Chapters should be within the page count of about 10-15 pages, inclusive of abstract and references.
  • All manuscripts should be submitted only in MS Word file: Times New Roman with font size of 12 and 1.5 line spacing with references given at the end of the chapter in APA referencing style. 
  • Figures and tables should be aligned at center, separately numbered, self- explained. Please note that table titles must be above the table and sources of data should be mentioned below the table. The authors should ensure that tables and figures are appropriately referenced.
  • For case based primary source chapters, consent/clearance to publish the case will be required from the company/organization /individual.
  • Similarity score of 15% or lower considered acceptable for the chapter. Chapters must be Original, Plagiarism free, with proper citation, unpublished and currently not submitted for publication elsewhere.
  • Contributors are requested to mention their full name with affiliation, contact number, email, and complete official postal address below the title of the chapter.
  • All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis.
  • Authors of accepted chapters are to abide by the publication norms of the University including transfer of copyright.
  • Authors are required to send a short biographical note (less than 100 words) along with a passport size photo.
  • Authors are required to send a short biographical note (less than 100 words)along with a passport size photo.
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  • Chapters to be mailed to: UTASA.BookChapters@act.edu.om

Expected Outcomes to Industry and other Stakeholders 

Short-term benefits

  • Increase in knowledge: By sponsoring the book and publishing chapters in prior art review, the industry can gain access to the latest information on green hydrogen production and storage. This will help industry professionals understand the latest trends and innovations in the field, and they can use this information to improve their operations. 

 

  • Exposure: By sponsoring the book, the industry can get exposure and visibility as an organization that is committed to sustainability and innovation. This can help attract customers and investors who are interested in working with environmentally conscious companies.

 

  • Collaboration opportunities: The book can be a platform for industry professionals to collaborate and share their expertise. The industry can use this opportunity to connect with other companies and experts in the field and build partnerships for future projects.

long-term benefits

  • Improved sustainability: Green hydrogen is a promising solution to decarbonize the energy industry. By sponsoring the book and promoting the technology, the industry can contribute to the development of a sustainable future 

 

  • Competitive advantage: The book can inspire the industry to develop new technologies and solutions for green hydrogen production and storage. This can lead to new patents and innovations that can benefit the industry in the long run.

 

  • Collaboration opportunities: As the energy industry shifts towards sustainability, companies that invest in green hydrogen technologies will have a competitive advantage. By sponsoring the book and contributing to the development of the technology, the industry can position itself as a leader in the field and gain a competitive advantage over its peers.

Project Potential Benefits to Oman

  • To generate data for the comparison of various hydrogen production and storage technologies, as well as their feasibility studies.
  • To assist in comprehending global regulations and incentives that promote clean hydrogen adoption.
  • To assist in create the framework needed to lower the levelized cost of hydrogen.
  • To aid in the coverage of end-use applications where hydrogen could be most effective or economically advantageous, particularly when compared to low-carbon alternatives, such as industrial and transportation applications.
  • To encourage and provide better direct research and development activities in the field of green hydrogen throughout Oman.
  • Increase the employability of Oman's graduates. 

Editors of the Book

 

Dr. Saeed Hamed Al Rubaie

Vice Chancellor- UTAS

 

Nasser Salim AL- Bimani 

AVC – UTASA

 

Dr. Aziza Abdallah AlQamashoui

HoD-Business Studies-UTASA 

 

Dr. Naser Hamood Al Haddabi 

HoD-Engineering- UTASA