b'Royalty, TCF and IDF highlightsRoyalties In FY19, INL received funding awards for 13 projects proposed to From FY 2005 to FY 2019, INL signed more than 1,000 newTCF . INL was the most awarded DOE laboratory with 13 winning licenses to commercialize technologies developed within theproposals, receiving $2 .18 million in TCF funds and equivalent laboratory . License agreements can generate royalties, andmatching funds from partners for a total of $4 .36 million in funding .INL has earned more than $21 .8 million in royalties since theIn FY 2019, over $500,000 was allocated for reinvestment into inception of BEAs contract in FY 2005 . During FY 2018, INL earnedlaboratory technology development activities . A selected summary more than $1 million in royalty receipts . of projects is highlighted below .Royalties are one indicator that INL innovations are meetingTopic 1 winners:market needs . INL continues to encourage innovation and to reinvest a significant portion of royalty revenues to promoteSwitchable Solvent Water Extraction for Material development of promising early-stage technologies . Processing and Isolation, $150,000Expenditure of royalty funds is governed by federal regulationsPrincipal Investigator: Aaron Wilson, Energy & Environment and must support technology transfer activities . RoughlyScience & Technology30% of INL royalty funds are shared with inventors of licensedPartner: Trevi Systemstechnologies . Additional money is spent to reward employees who have supported technology transfer activities throughout the laboratory, independent of a specific technology having commercial application . The remaining royalties are reinvested via two funds, the Science and Technology Strategic Investments Fund (SIF) and the Innovation Development Fund (IDF) .SIF supports R&D capabilities that will lead to new technology development and increase the potential for INL to generate new business . A key to the success of these investments will be INLs ability to attract industry partners that are so essential in advancing future INL technologies .INL created the IDF to support technology maturation projects through proof of concept and prototype development . DOEs Office of Technology Transfer Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF) is aimed at helping businesses move promising energy technologies from DOEs national laboratories to the marketplace . TCF awards require matching funds from either the laboratoryComputer Programs for Analysis of Thermally Reactive (Topic 1 awards) or from industry (Topic 2) . In FY19, INL directedTracer Tests in Geothermal Reservoirs, $150,000much of its IDF money to supporting TCF projects, which allowedPrincipal Investigator: Mitchell Plummer, Energy & Environment INL to leverage its funding with matching DOE funds . Science & TechnologyPartners: Geothermal Science, Inc . and Ormat, Inc .$3.5M*Full-set Transformer Protection Barrier Manufacturing and Technology Commercialization Demonstration, $125,000$3MPrincipal Investigator: Todd Johnson, National & Homeland Security$2.5M *Idaho National Laboratory Wireless Project, $150,000Principal Investigator: Kurt Derr, National & Homeland Security$2M Advanced Manufacturing of Electrochemical Sensors for Molten Salt Applications, $75,000$1.5M Principal Investigator: Prabhat Tripathy, Nuclear Science & Technology$1M Partners: Boise State University and Inflex, LLCFabrication of Near-net-shape Metallic Components from $0 Oxides, $75,000201420152016201720182019Principal Investigator: Prabhat Tripathy, Nuclear Science & TechnologyPartners: Boise State University and Inflex, LLCRoyalty receipts from FY 2014 - 2019 10'