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1. WOWO/2014/199511 - CHARGING CONTROL UNIT18.12.2014
B60L 8/00
PCT/JP2013/066461TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHAMAENO Seigen
 A solar ECU (31) constituting a charging controller (30) activates by receiving all electric power generated directly from an onboard solar cell (21) without the use of a delay element for delaying a rise in starting voltage. The solar ECU (31) preferentially supplies the electric power generated by the onboard solar cell (21) to a sub-battery (19) and controls charging. Specifically, the solar ECU (31) preferentially supplies surplus electric power remaining after the solar ECU (31) has consumed power from the electric power generated by the onboard solar cell (21) to the sub-battery (19) when the charged amount of the sub-battery (19) is equal to or less than a prescribed charged amount. The solar ECU (31) thereby quickly activates and controls charging, whereby the electric power generated by the onboard solar cell (21), i.e., renewable energy, can be efficiently utilized without being needlessly wasted.

2. WOWO/2014/200183 - DYE-SENSITIZED SOLAR CELL AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME18.12.2014
H01L 31/04
PCT/KR2014/003984KUMOH NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY-ACADEMIC COOPERATION FOUNDATIONKIM, Tae-Oh
The present invention relates to a dye-sensitized solar cell and a method for manufacturing same and, more specifically, to a dye-sensitized solar cell which has an increased dye adsorption rate by having an increased specific surface area of a photoelectrode, and also has superior photoelectric conversion efficiency by having superior electron mobility and an increased open circuit voltage and by preventing the electron-hole recombination.

3. WOWO/2014/200188 - PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER GENERATION MONITORING METHOD USING RTU, AND WIRELESS RTU DEVICE18.12.2014
G01R 31/34
PCT/KR2014/004117HYMATICS, INC.YOON, Hyeong Seob
The present invention provides a photovoltaic power generation monitoring method of a remote terminal unit (RTU), comprising: receiving photovoltaic power generation state information via a ZigBee communication from a photovoltaic inverter; measuring the power of a ZigBee wireless communication signal and determining whether the power belongs to a normal range; performing transmit power control and low-noise amplifier (LNA) control on the basis of the determination result; generating a remote message on the basis of the received photovoltaic power generation state information and verifying the remote message; and transmitting the remote message to a monitoring server via a Wi-Fi communication. Accordingly, the photovoltaic power generation monitoring method of the present invention enables monitoring of photovoltaic power generation facilities to be conducted smoothly.

4. WOWO/2014/200207 - JUNCTION BOX FOR SOLAR CELL MODULE AND METHOD FOR DRIVING SAME18.12.2014
H01L 31/042
PCT/KR2014/004718LETO SOLAR CORPORATIONSON, Byeong Keon
The present invention relates to a junction box for a solar cell module which receives a command of a manager from the outside, controls a solar cell module, displays an operating state of the solar cell module, and implements an anti-theft function, a fire prevention function, etc. of the solar cell module, and a method for driving the same. The junction box for a solar cell module according to the present invention comprises: a relay installed between a solar cell module and a combiner for connecting the solar cell module and the combiner or blocking the connection therebetween according to a control signal transmitted from the outside; an RF communication module for signal-processing a data signal transmitted from the outside and extracting solar cell module information and a command of a manager; and a microprocessor for controlling an operation of the relay so that the relay connects the solar cell module and the combiner or blocks the connection therebetween according to the command of the manager extracted from the RF communication module.

5. WOWO/2014/198856 - CABLE MODULE FOR MODULE INVERTERS OF A PHOTOVOLTAIC GENERATOR18.12.2014
H01L 31/042
PCT/EP2014/062293PHOENIX CONTACT GMBH & CO. KGFRANKE, Jens
The invention relates to alternating-current cabling for a photovoltaic generator having a plurality of photovoltaic modules equipped with module inverters. The alternating-current cabling comprises an alternating-current trunk line and branch cables connected thereto for feeding the alternating current from the plurality of module inverters into the common alternating-current trunk line, such that the alternating-current trunk line can be routed at a distance from the module inverters, and is composed of a plurality of pre-assembled cable modules. The pre-assembled cable modules each comprise the following components: a first and a second trunk-line plug connector; a trunk-line cable segment that connects the first and second trunk-line plug connectors; and a branch cable electrically connected to the trunk-line cable segment.

6. WOWO/2014/198187 - FLOATING RAFT TYPE PHOTOVOLTAIC ARRAY18.12.2014
H01L 31/042
PCT/CN2014/079055SUN, TaoSUN, Tao
A floating raft type photovoltaic array, comprising at least three photovoltaic assembly integrated boards (1), wherein the area of the photovoltaic array is greater than ten square metres, and the side edges of at least two photovoltaic assembly integrated boards (1) come into contact with the ground (2). The length of the at least three photovoltaic assembly integrated boards (1) is greater than three metres. The photovoltaic array is integratedly designed into a floating raft type, so that foundations can be significantly reduced or foundations may not even be used, thereby saving construction time and reducing system costs.

7. WOWO/2014/199207 - VEHICLE AND METHOD OF SUPPLYING ELECTRIC POWER TO ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM OUTSIDE VEHICLE18.12.2014
B60L 11/18
PCT/IB2014/000899TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHAONO, Tomoya
A vehicle supplies an electric power to an electric power system outside of the vehicle. The vehicle is equipped with an electric power generation device, an electric storage device, an output unit, and a switching device. The electric storage device stores an electric power generated by the electric power generation device. The output unit outputs an electric power to the electric power system. The switching device switches a first electric power transmission path to a second electric power transmission path. The first electric power transmission path transmits the generated electric power to the electric storage device. The second electric power transmission path transmits the generated electric power to the output unit without the intermediary of the electric storage device.

8. WOWO/2014/196688 - BACK CONTACT HAVING LOW-RESISTANCE METAL LAYER, SOLAR CELL USING SAME, AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR11.12.2014
H01L 31/04
PCT/KR2013/007092KOREA INSTITUTE OF ENERGY RESEARCHEO, Young Joo
The present invention relates to a CIGS thin-film solar cell having a back contact made of multiple layers, a back contact (200) formed on a substrate (100) of a solar cell, and a method for manufacturing a solar cell back contact, the method comprising the steps of: (i) forming a low-resistance metal layer (210) on a substrate (100) of a solar cell using low-resistance metal (s1000); and (ii) forming a molybdenum (Mo) layer (220) on the low-resistance metal layer (210) (s2000), thereby improving photoelectric conversion efficiency of the solar cell.

9. WOWO/2014/194387 - ILLUMINATED DISPLAY BOARDS POWERED BY SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY11.12.2014
F03D 9/02
PCT/BR2013/000206ARY DE SOUZA JÚNIORARY DE SOUZA JÚNIOR
Fields of this patent: • reducing electrical energy costs for illuminating indoor or outdoor display boards; • maintaining illuminated display boards of high social relevance illuminated in the event of an electric power failure of the public electricity grid. • ensuring the energy self-sufficiency of illuminated display boards as a practical demonstration of the commitment of the advertisers to reduce their carbon footprint. The illuminated display boards powered by solar and wind energy according to the present patent application represent an advance over the prior art because of the following innovations: collection of solar energy and wind energy, conversion of same into electric energy, storage of the thus generated electric energy, to be supplied when solar light or winds are not available, such that the display boards can operate for long periods of time even in the absence of solar light and winds, the invention essentially comprising one or more windmill generators (2), and one of more photovoltaic panels (3), which are highlighted in figure 1 to convey to the target audience the concept of environment protection behind the innovation; also depicted are the voltage supply devices (4), the battery bank (5) and the converter (6) that adapts the voltage stored in the battery bank (5) to the type of illumination of the illuminated display board (7), which can be front lighted, illuminated by LED spotlights, back lighted or illuminated by LED panels.

10. WOWO/2014/196089 - SOLAR BATTERY CELL TRANSFER DEVICE AND TRANSFER METHOD11.12.2014
H01L 31/04
PCT/JP2013/071999NPC INCORPORATEDTAKIMOTO Yukio
Provided is a solar battery cell transfer device and transfer method capable of improving measurement accuracy and reducing cost by reducing measurement time. The transfer device comprises: a first index (21) for placing and holding solar battery cells (12) on the upper surface side of a plurality of first index tables (23); a second index (22) for sucking and holding the solar battery cells on the lower surface side of a plurality of second index tables (26); and a central processing control unit (50) for controlling the operations of the first index and the second index. The following operations are synchronously performed at each rotational angle: the first index tables place and hold the solar battery cells at a position (21b) and rotate from the position (21b) to a position (21c); the second index tables receive, suck, and hold the solar battery cells at a position (22a) positioned above the position (21c) and rotate from the position (22a) to a position (22b) to perform measurements; and the second index tables rotate from the position (22b) to a position (22c) to transfer the solar battery cells to a subsequent stage step.


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