||WO||WO/2014/057890 - COVER GLASS FOR SOLAR CELL||17.04.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/077139||ASAHI GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED||KAMBE, Mika|
Provided is a cover glass for solar cells
which has a volume resistivity of 1.0×108.3 Ω·cm or higher and in which the surface layer to be disposed on the solar
side has a sodium concentration in the range of 0.01-13 mass% in terms of Na2O.
||WO||WO/2014/058091 - SOLAR CHARGING APPARATUS HAVING RACK TYPE STRUCTURE||17.04.2014||
||PCT/KR2012/008812||LEE, Yun Kee||LEE, Yun Kee|
The present invention relates to a solar charging apparatus having a rack type structure, comprising: a rack having multiple stacking spaces; multiple solar modules
stacked in the stacking spaces of the rack to implement solar generation; a terminal unit arranged on the rack to electrically contact the terminals of the solar modules
so as to receive electrical signals generated from the solar modules
; an output unit connected through the terminal unit to output the electricity generated from the multiple solar modules
; and multiple mirrors which are arranged to surround the rack, and which reflect solar light
to enable the reflected solar light
to be incident on the solar modules
. The thus-configured solar charging apparatus of the present invention may maximize generation efficiency in a small area, and may more effectively concentrate solar light
through the mirrors.
||WO||WO/2014/057561 - SOLAR CELL MODULE||17.04.2014||
||PCT/JP2012/076343||SANYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.||SAITA, Atsushi|
A solar cell
module (10) includes: solar cells
(11); a colored layer (20) serving as a first reflective layer disposed at the rear sides of the solar cells
(11) and including a coloring agent with a higher refractive index than the main material of the colored layer; an intermediate transparent layer (22) disposed at the rear side of the colored layer (20) and having a higher transmission factor than the colored layer (20); and a protective member (17) at the rear side of the module, serving as a second reflective layer disposed at the rear side of the intermediate transparent layer (22), including a whitened portion having a higher refractive index than the main material of the protective member, and having a higher refractive index for the entire layer than the intermediate transparent layer (22). A sealing member at the rear side of the module includes the colored layer (20) and the intermediate transparent layer (22).
||WO||WO/2014/056168 - POWER SUPPLY DEVICE BY INTEGRATING WIND POWER GENERATION AND SOLAR PANEL||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082762||AA WIND & SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC.USA||YANG, Liang Chih James Young|
A power supply device by integrating wind power generation and a solar panel
, which comprises a turbofan (1), multiple extension wings (19), a solar panel
group (2), a transmission mechanism (4), at least one electric generator (5), and a motor (6). The solar panel
group is disposed above a turbine frame (11) of the turbofan. The transmission mechanism is disposed on a top surface of the turbine frame. Each electric generator comprises a rotor shaft (52). The rotor shaft is connected to the transmission mechanism. The transmission mechanism rotates with the rotation of the turbine frame and drives the rotation of the rotor shaft, thereby making the electric generator generate power. The motor is connected to the solar panel
group through a wire and comprises a rotating shaft (61). The rotating shaft of the motor is connected to the transmission mechanism. Each extension wing comprises a joint shaft (191) and is disposed on the periphery of the turbine frame of the turbofan through the joint shaft. The power supply device integrates solar power and wind power generation, fully utilizes the two types of natural energy, and converts them to electric energy.
||WO||WO/2014/056176 - SOLAR POWER SUPPLY APPARATUS||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082821||AA WIND & SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC. USA||YANG, Liang Chih James Young|
A solar power supply apparatus. The solar power supply apparatus comprises: a solar panel
group (1); a transmission mechanism (6) connected to the solar panel
group and a rotary outer shaft (3) through a connection structure (5); a motor (7) used to drive the transmission mechanism to rotate, and make the solar panel
group rotate through the connection structure; and a connection unit (24) used to supply power generated by the solar panel
group to a first wire group (13a, 13b). According to the apparatus, a solar battery
panel group can rotate under wind, and use the motor to rotate without wind, improving solar utilization efficiency.
||WO||WO/2014/056177 - CONE-SHAPED SOLAR POWER SUPPLY APPARATUS||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082823||AA WIND & SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC. USA||YANG, Liang Chih James Young|
A cone-shaped solar power supply apparatus, which comprises a solar power supply device formed by at least three solar panels
. Each two solar panels
are arranged adjacently at an inclination angle by taking a central axis as a center and all solar panels
thus arranged form a cone-shaped solar panel
group. Wings with a preset length extend outward between adjacent side edges of each solar panel
to allow the cone-shaped solar panel
group to rotate under wind.
||WO||WO/2014/057697 - INTEGRATED THIN-FILM SOLAR BATTERY MODULE||17.04.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/057230||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||HOSONO, Akihiko|
An integrated thin-film solar battery
module is provided with: a cell group in which a plurality of thin-film solar battery
cells are arranged in a series connection direction and electrically series-connected; and a diode group in which a plurality of bypass diodes that are arranged in a series connection direction adjacent to a side along the series connection direction of the cell group and disposed in anti-parallel to one or more cells are electrically series-connected. The cell and the bypass diode each have a configuration in which one or more layers of a laminated film formed by laminating a front surface transparent electrode layer, a semiconductor layer, and a back surface electrode layer on a substrate are divided, and the bypass diode is electrically connected to the cell adjacent thereto by either the connection of the front surface transparent electrode layer of the bypass diode to the front surface transparent electrode layer of the cell adjacent thereto or the connection of the rear surface electrode layer of the bypass diode to the rear surface electrode layer of the cell adjacent thereto.
||WO||WO/2014/057367 - BACK-CONTACT BACK-SHEET FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULES COMPRISING A PRIMER LAYER||17.04.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/054953||EBFOIL S.R.L.||BACCINI, Elisa|
The present invention proposes a back-contact back-sheet for a photovoltaic
modules comprising back-contact solar cells
. The back-contact back-sheet comprises an insulating substrate (210). On the surface of the insulating substrate (210) an electrically conductive material layer (220) is attached, which is adapted to be formed as a connecting circuit (220c). The insulating substrate (210) comprises a lower insulating portion (211) exposed toward the air-side of the photovoltaic
module and a primer layer and a primer layer (218) applied onto the insulating portion (211). Thus, the primer layer (218) lies between the lower insulating portion (211) and the electrically conductive material layer (220). The primer layer (218) preferably comprises a material or a material mixture akin to and compatible with an encapsulating foil (400, 1000) to be applied to the inner face of the back-contact back-sheet.
||WO||WO/2014/057708 - LIFTING FRAME AND LIFTING METHOD||17.04.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/064741||SHARP KABUSHIKI KAISHA||MASUDA, Yuji|
A lifting frame for lifting a photovoltaic
cell module comprises a main support (21) disposed on a photovoltaic
cell module body (11) and an auxiliary support (22) that can be attached and detached from the main support (21), and is configured so that the photovoltaic
cell module (10) is lifted, by way of the auxiliary support (22) supporting the bottom face of the photovoltaic
cell module body (11), by lifting the main support (21) when the auxiliary support (22) is mounted to the main support (21).
||WO||WO/2014/059445 - SENSING, INTERLOCKING SOLAR MODULE STYSTEM AND INSTALLATION METHOD||17.04.2014||
||PCT/US2013/065144||SMASH SOLAR, INC.||GOLDBERG, Neil|
A frameless photovoltaic
system and methods secur solar panels
directly to a fixed structure either individually or collectively as an array. Universal mounting brackets attached to the back of each solar panel
module connect to one another and to mounting feet that anchor to the fixed structure. Mounting brackets interlock with mounting brackets on adjacent solar modules
and include a quick release mechanism to connect to and disconnect from mounting feet appropriately selected for the given fixed structure or roof type.