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1. WO/2015/059329 SYSTEM FOR DYNAMIC CONTROL OF SUPERCAPACITORS WITH OPTIMISATION OF CHARGING AND DISCHARGINGWO30.04.2015
H02J 7/34
PCT/ES2014/070770ATON ENERGY SOLUTIONS,S.L.CALO LOPEZ, Antonio
The invention relates to a dynamic control system for optimising the time during which a series of supercapacitor modules is capable of supplying a predetermined amount of energy. For said purpose, dynamic management of the charging and discharging of said modules is performed. The two processes, although controlled from a single device, must be separate, such that the same supercapacitor modules are not always being charged and discharged at the same time. Thus, there are always modules being charged, and the available discharging time is extended. On the other hand, while discharging takes place with constant current, charging takes place with constant power. In this way, the known property that supercapacitors charge faster with constant power than with constant current is used. One of the most interesting results is that the system can supply much higher output powers than the charging power, during the relatively long time that the system has optimised. Therefore, said system turns into an effective peak power absorber. Said use is known, but unlike with a single supercapacitor, the present invention does so for a long time. The uses are obvious: absorbing consumption power peaks makes it possible to reduce, for example, the contracted power in a dwelling, or the photovoltaic or wind power of a self-consumption system, whether injected into the mains or isolated. The system is also interesting for use in electric vehicles with photovoltaic modules, being able to reduce the required power of the batteries, and thus the size thereof, in addition to extending the service life thereof. Lifts, which require high power peaks during certain periods of time, are another obvious use.

2. WO/2015/060532 GREEN LIGHT EMITTING PHOSPHOR, METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME AND LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE PACKAGE INCLUDING THE SAMEWO30.04.2015
C09K 11/64
PCT/KR2014/008013LG ELECTRONICS INC.YOO, Younggil
Disclosed are a phosphor, in particular, a green light emitting phosphor, a method for producing the same and a light emitting device package including the same. Provided is a green light emitting phosphor emitting light having a main absorption band in a blue wavelength range and a main peak in a green wavelength range, the green light emitting phosphor represented by the following Formula 1. [Formula 1] SrAl2(O1-3xN2x)4

3. WO/2015/060531 RED LIGHT EMITTING PHOSPHOR, METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME AND LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE PACKAGE INCLUDING THE SAMEWO30.04.2015
C09K 11/78
PCT/KR2014/008011LG ELECTRONICS INC.YOO, Younggil
Disclosed are a phosphor, in particular, a red light emitting phosphor, a method for producing the same and a light emitting device package including the same. Provided is a red light emitting phosphor emitting light having a main absorption band in a blue wavelength range and a main peak in a red wavelength range, the red light emitting phosphor being represented by the following Formula 1. [Formula 1] (Sr1-xEux)Lu2O4

4. WO/2015/059548 SOLAR POWER GENERATION DEVICE AND CONTROL METHOD OF SOLAR POWER GENERATION DEVICEWO30.04.2015
G05F 1/67
PCT/IB2014/002189TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHAMIYOSHI, Tatsuya
A solar power generation device is provided which includes a first DC-DC converter to which an output of a solar battery is input, a storage battery to which an output of the first DC-DC converter is input, a second DC-DC converter that converts a voltage of the storage battery, and a control unit that changes a duty ratio of the first DC-DC converter so as not to charge the storage battery and changes a duty ratio of the second DC-DC converter so as to set an operating point of the solar battery to a maximum power point, when a value indicating a state of charge of the storage battery is equal to or greater than a predetermined value.,

5. WO/2015/061349 PHOTOVOLTAIC DC SUB-ARRAY CONTROL SYSTEM AND METHODWO30.04.2015
H02J 1/00
PCT/US2014/061622ADVANCED ENERGY INDUSTRIES, INC.FIFE, John, Michael
A photovoltaic energy conversion system, apparatus, and method for controlling DC sub-arrays of a photovoltaic array are disclosed. The method may include coupling each of N homerun branches from N sub-arrays to an inverter via N switches and monitoring current through each of the N homerun branches. A forward current through each of the N homerun branches is compared with a forward current threshold, and any backfeed current through any of the N homerun branches is compared with a backfeed current threshold. One or more of the N switches are opened in response to either the forward current exceeding the forward current threshold or the backfeed current exceeding a backfeed current threshold.

6. WO/2015/059540 SOLAR BATTERY CONTROLLERWO30.04.2015
G05F 1/67
PCT/IB2014/002165TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHAMAENO, Seigen
A solar battery controller is provided which includes a solar battery module that is mounted on a moving object, a control unit that calculates a maximum power point of the solar battery module, and a speed detecting unit that detects a speed of the moving object. The control unit controls a maximum power point calculating timing depending on the speed of the moving object.

7. WO/2015/060203 DISPLAY DEVICEWO30.04.2015
H01L 21/336
PCT/JP2014/077625SEMICONDUCTOR ENERGY LABORATORY CO., LTD.KUBOTA, Daisuke
A display device with excellent display quality is provided. The display device includes a transistor over a first substrate, an inorganic insulating film in contact with the transistor, and an organic insulating film in contact with the inorganic insulating film. The transistor includes a gate electrode over the first substrate, an oxide semiconductor film overlapping with the gate electrode, a gate insulating film in contact with one surface of the oxide semiconductor film, and a pair of electrodes in contact with the oxide semiconductor film. The inorganic insulating film is in contact with the other surface of the oxide semiconductor film. The organic insulating film overlaps with the oxide semiconductor film with the inorganic insulating film provided therebetween and is separated. Note that the thickness of the organic insulating film is preferably greater than or equal to 500 nm and less than or equal to 10 μm.

8. WO/2015/060437 PHOTOELECTRIC CONVERSION ELEMENT, PHOTOELECTRIC CONVERSION MODULE, AND SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER GENERATION SYSTEMWO30.04.2015
H01L 31/0224
PCT/JP2014/078384SHARP KABUSHIKI KAISHAKIMOTO Kenji
Provided is a photoelectric conversion element which has improved element characteristics by suppressing increase in the contact resistance between an amorphous semiconductor layer that contains an impurity and an electrode that is formed on the amorphous semiconductor layer. This photoelectric conversion element (10) is provided with a semiconductor substrate (12), a first semiconductor layer (20n), a second semiconductor layer (20p), a first electrode (22n) and a second electrode (22p). The first semiconductor layer has a first conductivity type. The second semiconductor layer has a second conductivity type. The first electrode is formed on the first semiconductor layer. The second electrode is formed on the second semiconductor layer. The first electrode comprises a first transparent conductive layer (26n) that is formed on the first semiconductor layer and a first metal layer (28n) that is formed on the first transparent conductive layer. The first metal layer contains a plurality of metal crystal grains, and the average crystal grain size of the metal crystal grains in the in-plane direction of the first metal layer is larger than the thickness of the first metal layer.

9. WO/2015/060434 PHOTOELECTRIC CONVERSION ELEMENT, PHOTOELECTRIC CONVERSION MODULE, AND SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER GENERATION SYSTEMWO30.04.2015
H01L 31/0224
PCT/JP2014/078372SHARP KABUSHIKI KAISHAKIMOTO Kenji
Provided is a photoelectric conversion element which has improved element characteristics by suppressing increase in the contact resistance between an amorphous semiconductor layer that contains an impurity and an electrode that is formed on the amorphous silicon layer. This photoelectric conversion element (10) is provided with a semiconductor substrate (12), a first semiconductor layer (20n), a second semiconductor layer (20p), a first electrode (22n) and a second electrode (22p). The first semiconductor layer (20n) has a first conductivity type. The second semiconductor layer (20p) has a second conductivity type that is opposite to the first conductivity type. The first electrode (22n) is formed on the first semiconductor layer (20n). The second electrode (22p) is formed on the second semiconductor layer (20p). The first electrode (22n) and/or the second electrode (22p) contains a plurality of metal crystal grains. The average crystal grain size of the metal crystal grains in the in-plane direction of the electrode is larger than the thickness of the electrode.

10. WO/2015/060701 PHOTOBIOLOGICALLY FRIENDLY PHOSPHOR CONVERTED LIGHT-EMITTING DIODEWO30.04.2015
C09K 11/08
PCT/LT2014/000012VILNIUS UNIVERSITYZABILIŪTĖ, Akvilė
The proposed low correlated colour temperature phosphor converted LED is characterized by a small non-visual photobiological action to humans, which manifests itself as the suppression of melatonin secretion in the pineal gland, and can be used for the illumination of streets, car parking lots, pedestrian and bicycle tracks, building facades, monuments, parks and house yards that only slightly disrupts the circadian rhythm of humans. The LED has a semiconductor chip that emits short wavelength light in the blue, violet or near UV region due to the injection electroluminescence and a wavelength converter which converts the said short wavelength light due to photoluminescence to longer wavelength light having an orange component with the spectrum peaking in the range of about from 570 nm to 600 nm. In the case of partial conversion LED, the chip generates blue light that is partially converted to orange light by one phosphor (for instance, yttrium magnesium aluminium silicon garnet activated by trivalent cerium ions (Y3Mg2AISi2012:Ce3+), barium strontium silicon nitride activated by divalent europium ions ((Ba,Sr)2Si5N8:Eu2+), barium strontium orthosilicate, activated by divalent europium ions ((Ba,Sr)SiO4:Eu2+), calcium - alpha silicon aluminium oxynitride, activated by divalent europium ions (Ca-α-SiAlON:Eu2+), or calcium strontium selenide, activated by divalent europium ions ((Ca,Sr)Se:Eu2+)) contained in the converter. In the case of complete conversion LED, the chip generates near UV light that is completely absorbed in the converter and converted by a blue phosphor (for instance, CaMgSi2O6:Eu2+, Ba5SiO4Cl6:Eu2+, Mg3Ca3(PO4)4:Eu2+, (Ca,Sr,Ba)5(PO4)3CI :Eu2+, Ca2B5O9(Br,Cl):Eu2+, BaMgAl10O17:Eu2+,Mn2+, BaMg2Al16O27:Eu2+, (Lu,Gd)2SiO5:Ce3+, Sr2P2O7:Sn2+, SrSiAI2O3N2:Ce3+ or La3Si6N11 :Ce3+) and the orange phosphors mentioned above.


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