U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Issues SEFE, Inc. (SEFE) Patent for Atmospheric Electrical Generator

SEFE, Inc., an alternative energy company focused on harvesting static electricity from the atmosphere and translating it into a form for usable power, announced this morning that it has been issued patent 7,855,476B2 for its Atmospheric Electrical Generator. The patent, filed in 2008 by SEFE Chief Technology Officer Mark Ogram but owned by SEFE, Inc., is the first of several patents that the company has submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

“The Atmospheric Electrical Generator is at the core of our intellectual property portfolio,” stated Mr. Ogram. “Inventions such as these are what will allow us to stay at the forefront of this rapidly growing industry. The Atmospheric Generator is important because it will serve as a cornerstone. We are witnessing a shift in the scientific community toward the belief that this energy source, which we have always recognized as having prevalence in our environment, is not as impossible to utilize as has been previously thought.”

Ogram, the principal inventor of the patent, received his BS and MS in Systems Engineering at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Subsequently, he had tenure as a Test Engineer with Hughes Aircraft, after which he attended Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA, receiving his Law Degree (JD) in 1979 and becoming a Patent Attorney with Texas Instruments, Inc. in Dallas, TX. He then returned to private practice in Tucson, AZ. SEFE’s Atmospheric Electrical Generator is the tenth issued patent in which Mr. Ogram has been involved.

SEFE, Inc. is currently pursuing an additional three pending patents with the USPTO and continues to develop its portfolio of trade secrets, patents, and other forms of intellectual property as an ancillary source of value to its investors.

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