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Global Photonic Energy Corporation

GPEC was incorporated on February 7, 1994 in the State of Pennsylvania to fund, develop and commercialize photonic energy conversion and storage technologies utilizing organic semiconductors for the production of electricity (i.e., converting incident light energy into electric current) based on the research of Dr. Mark E. Thompson, then a professor at Princeton University.

On September 10, 2013, GPEC incorporated in Pennsylvania a wholly-owned subsidiary, GPEC Holdings, Inc., which later formed GPEC Sub, Inc. (“GPEC Sub”). In September 2013, GPEC consummated a short-form merger, in which GPEC Sub was merged into GPEC, GPEC Sub ceased to exist and GPEC became a wholly-owned subsidiary of GPEC Holdings, Inc. The purpose of this restructuring was to prepare GPEC to be acquired by the Company.

On September 24, 2013, as a result of the Share Exchange Transaction discussed in Item 1.01, GPEC became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company.


GPEC was founded and incorporated in February 1994 and is engaged in the development, commercialization, and licensing of advanced thin film solar technologies and intellectual property. Since then, GPEC’s sponsored research programs at Princeton University, University of Southern California (“USC”) and the University of Michigan (“Michigan”) have resulted in more than 600 issued or pending patents worldwide covering materials, architectures, and fabrication processes for organic and inorganic flexible, thin-film photovoltaic technologies. The technology is targeted at, but not limited to, certain broad applications, including (a) mobile electronic device power, (b) electric vehicle charging or “power paint,” (c) semi-transparent solar power generating windows or glazing and (d) traditional off-grid and grid-connected solar power generation. Laboratory feasibility prototypes have been developed that successfully demonstrate key building block principles for these technology application areas.

Research and License Agreements

On October 22, 1993, American Biomimetics Corporation (“ABC”) entered into a Sponsored Research Agreement and License Agreement with Princeton University for work being done in the laboratory of Dr. Mark E. Thompson. In August 1995, this original sponsored research agreement with Princeton University was assigned to USC when Dr. Thompson accepted a position at USC. In August of 1996, ABC assigned to GPEC its rights to various research inventions under the foregoing agreements. On May 1, 1998, GPEC, Princeton University and USC entered into a new Sponsored Research Agreement, which continued without interruption the research of Dr. Thompson (at USC) and added to it the research being done by Dr. Stephen R. Forrest (at Princeton University). At the same time, the parties entered into a License Agreement which they considered an amendment of the earlier license agreement. This 1998 Sponsored Research Agreement formed the basis for future renewals of this agreement in 2004, 2006 and 2009. From May 1, 2009 through June 30, 2013 GPEC paid and expensed $3,233,341 under the Research Agreement.

In 2006, the Company’s remaining principal researcher at Princeton University, Dr. Stephen R. Forrest, accepted a tenured position at the University of Michigan and became its Vice President of Research. The 2006 renewal of the Sponsored Research Agreement retained the Company’s relationship with Dr. Thompson and his team, and established USC as the lead researcher and Michigan as the subcontractor. In addition, the 1998 License Agreement was also amended in 2006 to include University of Michigan, where Dr. Forrest has been conducting research for GPEC.

Currently, research and development of GPEC’s flexible, thin-film organic photovoltaic (“OPV”) and inorganic Gallium Arsenside (“GaAs”) technologies is being conducted at USC and the University of Michigan under the five year Sponsored Research Agreement dated May 1, 2009. Under the Sponsored Research Agreement, GPEC has agreed to pay USC up to $6,338,341 for work to be performed. From May 1, 2009 through December 31, 2012 GPEC paid and expensed $2,689,570 under this agreement. During the years ended December 31, 2010, December 31, 2011 and December 31, 2012, GPEC incurred research and development costs of $463,211, $887,097 and $998,127, respectively, and patent application expenses and prosecution fees of $1,352,072, $1,587,642 and $1,345,743, respectively.

Under the current amended License Agreement with USC, Princeton and the University of Michigan, wherein GPEC has obtained the exclusive worldwide license and right to sublicense any and all intellectual property resulting from GPEC’s sponsored research agreements, GPEC has agreed to pay for all reasonable and necessary out of pocket expenses incurred in the preparation, filing, maintenance, renewal and continuation of patent applications designated by GPEC. In addition, GPEC is required to pay to USC 5% of net sales of licensed products or licensed processes used, leased or sold by GPEC, 3% of revenues received by GPEC from the sublicensing of patent rights and 23% of revenues (net of costs and expenses, including legal fees) received by GPEC from final judgments in infringement actions respecting the patent rights licensed under the agreement.

GPEC has an exclusive worldwide license and rights to sublicense any and all intellectual property conceived or developed under its sponsorship at USC, Princeton University and the University of Michigan. There is currently no ongoing research activity at Princeton University related to GPEC, although the Company maintains licensing rights to technology previously developed there.
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OPVS News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 08/15/2016 06:09:21 AM
OPVS News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 05/11/2016 04:06:13 PM
OPVS News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 04/11/2016 03:49:45 PM
OPVS News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 04/04/2016 12:00:14 PM
OPVS News: Annual Report (10-k) 03/18/2016 04:10:38 PM
#93   Nanoflex presented at Aegis IPO$ 09/30/16 03:03:05 PM
#92   Please go back to post 86. Somebody bingoboard 09/14/16 03:34:20 PM
#91   Generally when something like this happens it's due bingoboard 08/30/16 11:59:57 PM
#90   Just wondering if you have any idea why trader32 08/30/16 08:34:37 PM
#89   Somebody knows something we don't. Like all bingoboard 08/30/16 01:22:06 PM
#88   LOOK AT THAT SOLAR ROOF TO BE GOING bingoboard 07/26/16 05:01:40 PM
#87   SEE POST 80. SAYS IT ALL CLEAR bingoboard 06/13/16 12:31:01 PM
#86   I have never known of a situation where bingoboard 04/19/16 03:51:58 PM
#85   ONE DOWN. bingoboard 04/12/16 09:08:53 PM
#84   All of this technology and money spent and bingoboard 03/31/16 12:27:48 PM
#83   Fabulous new "Presentation" under Investor Relations. Merely bingoboard 03/25/16 01:20:46 PM
#82   The solar industry is scheduled to go nuts bingoboard 03/09/16 05:32:16 PM
#81   Care to drive yourself crazy on activities and bingoboard 03/02/16 12:17:32 PM
#80   "NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The bingoboard 02/23/16 04:00:28 PM
#79   As I wait and watch the for the bingoboard 02/17/16 06:23:31 PM
#78   There will one day have to be a bingoboard 02/15/16 12:52:57 PM
#77   AND ON IT GOES bingoboard 02/09/16 12:23:10 PM
#76   A post from rawco on Yahoo: bingoboard 01/21/16 12:39:48 PM
#75   Very good questions. But if I were you Jackgotney 01/12/16 09:00:09 AM
#74   Here's a portion of the corporate release that bingoboard 01/11/16 12:38:53 PM
#73   I do notice on the company web page bingoboard 01/08/16 01:53:33 PM
#72   I was going to inquire direct but maybe bingoboard 01/08/16 12:36:15 PM
#71   This is the main plan. I think this Jackgotney 01/08/16 11:45:37 AM
#70   Here is how I see the business plan bingoboard 01/07/16 10:48:23 AM
#69   It appears that few people understand what the bingoboard 01/06/16 03:35:44 PM
#68   Why no newer posts on this board? bingoboard 01/02/16 09:19:02 PM
#67   First JDA with SolAero!!!!! Jackgotney 08/31/15 03:47:43 PM
#66   5000 Shares at $1.75!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jackgotney 07/13/15 11:54:48 AM
#65   Not at Fidelity. robweis 07/01/15 10:18:05 AM
#64   I don't see any sell limit orders. Jackgotney 07/01/15 10:12:04 AM
#63   Any serious projections for how this might trade Jackgotney 06/10/15 02:17:36 PM
#62   Restrictions on Selling OPVS should be lifted at Jackgotney 06/09/15 12:11:06 PM
#61   If you are afraid of bad news then Jackgotney 03/06/15 11:17:36 AM
#60   No news is not good news? IMASKEPTIC 03/04/15 02:39:43 PM
#59   What filing? dkc67 01/29/15 10:04:25 AM
#58   Interesting filing today, anyone care to discuss? gsp2012 01/28/15 03:14:32 PM
#57   I wouldn't be here if i didn't think gsp2012 01/13/15 05:08:00 PM
#56   But those are only suggested prices for the Jackgotney 01/13/15 02:24:15 PM
#55   Lol good luck, the recent filings have a gsp2012 01/13/15 10:51:07 AM
#54   Last I saw the ask was $20,000.00. That Jackgotney 01/12/15 05:53:49 PM
#53   There are some small amounts of buy orders gsp2012 01/11/15 10:07:24 AM
#52   Could you please restate this reply less cryptically? IMASKEPTIC 01/10/15 10:21:15 AM
#51   Start bid whacking some people have small bids in gsp2012 01/09/15 01:52:11 PM
#50   The water is soon to boil. Hang on Jackgotney 01/09/15 10:40:55 AM
#49   Up to 85,000 shares (NanoFlex Power Corp. (OPVS) IMASKEPTIC 01/06/15 01:34:43 PM
#48   well that's what happens to a stock that's gsp2012 11/14/14 12:06:20 PM
#47   Thanks for your thoughts. fmeded 11/13/14 05:12:28 PM
#46   SEC has yet to approve so the stock Jackgotney 11/13/14 10:05:50 AM
#45   OPVS researchers have achieved a higher efficiency than Jackgotney 11/13/14 09:58:36 AM
#44   filing looked interesting but last Q shows threewheeler 11/13/14 12:42:29 AM