Prices

Type Description Display prices in: Price in USD per year
Free - First 2 entries of triweekly patent reports as PDF
- 20,000 machine learning credits (once per organisation)
Free upon registration
Premium
Complete
- Annual strategic patent review general module (77 pages)
- All individual modules (see below)
- All triweekly patent reports
- 10 h credit for training & joint projects during first year
- 250,000 machine learning credits
- Multi-user web access, report delivery as PDF
4,800
Premium - Annual strategic patent review general module (77 pages)
- 2 individual modules (see below)
- 2 triweekly patent reports
- 5 h credit for training & joint projects during first year
- 150,000 machine learning credits
- Multi-user web access, report delivery as PDF
2,700
Advanced
Complete
- All triweekly patent reports
- 100,000 machine learning credits
- Multi-user web access, report delivery as PDF
1,800
Advanced - 2 triweekly patent reports
- 50,000 machine learning credits
- Multi-user web access, report delivery as PDF
760
  • Individual modules

  • - General module (77 pages, July 2018, please register to get a free preview)
    - Supercapacitors (124 pages, September 2018, please register to get a free preview)
    - Electrolytes (>70 pages, November 2018)
    - High energy positive Li-ion battery electrodes (>70 pages, January 2019)
    - High energy negative Li-ion battery electrodes (>70 pages, March 2019)
    - Li-sulfur batteries (>40 pages, May 2019)
  • Machine learning (ML) credits can be used to instantly machine rank search results on our website, or to create an individual triweekly patent report based on a specific search query. For example, a machine-sorted search query with 2,000 results every 3 weeks will consume 34,000 ML credits per year.
  • Value-added or sales taxes in the user's home country are not included.
  • Machine learning credits expire after one year.
  • We reserve the right to change our prices at any time without prior notice, particularly in response to exchange rate fluctuations.
  • Free offerings are provided only once to organisations involved in energy storage research.