I was looking at a patent for another OTC stock and out of habit pulled up patent for their mobile generation (Publication Number = 20180312051). This is application is the only one that they have submitted and has not been abandoned that relates to mobile generation.
The last time I provided an update a few months ago was when they had submitted a response to the final reject. All the details of the rejection and the responses are available via the uspto website.
To see all the documentation associated with this patent visit https://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair
. From here you will have to jump through hoops to prove you are not a robot. Once you get through to the part where you have to provide information on the patent application to view select 'Publication number' radio button from the 'Choose type of number' option and enter '20180312051' (usually I have to select the type of publication number a few times to get through. So if it says this is not a real patent just go back and enter the number again. It seems to help if you select outside the text box after you enter the number. Website is super old!).
Once you get to the main page select the 'Image File Wrapper' tab (its 4th from the left) to see all the submission and response documents. The documentation of the rejection the 'Non-Final Reject' document at the top. The main patent that is being referenced in the rejection is Pub no. = 20080157591. The rejection is 54 pages long (you move through pages via arrow at top).
Back in Jan I felt that CoolTech had very strong arguments supporting their response to the last reject. These are documented in the document "Applicant Arguments/Remarks Made in an Amendment" dated 1-20-2021 (4 pages) and would likely be granted at least some of their claims. But the examiner in his latest response provides 54 pages in the rejection of why he doesn't think it does and rejected them all.
In my first post I expected a response in a few months but I later followed up that reviewer's response to a final rejection (which they got 9/3/2020) resets the clock. So in order for CoolTech to get such a fast response I think they must of paid to fast track the review, meaning it would get done in 6 months.
If you go through the same process to view the approved 20080157591 patent you will see it is a news van designed to provide power to not only the vehicle but also the communication and support equipment for transmitting the news. As I said I didn't think the final rejection would hold. CoolTech has 6 months to respond to the latest non-final reject given on 6/30. If they don't respond the patent dies (this happened with their first two MG related patents 20110000721 and 20150045180).
I'm not going to provide any thoughts on the company because someone who was invested and decided not be anymore can't help but be bias. But I felt a follow up on the patent would be appropriate and I'm not sure I ever posted the gory details of how to track a patent application.