Thank you very much for your participation in and contributions to INTELEC 2015!
We hope that you had enjoyed the conference and staying at Osaka, Japan.

Smart Green Energy for Future ICT

INTELEC®, International Telecommunications Energy Conference, is the annual world-class technical forum presenting the latest in communications power systems, energy storage and energy conversion. This year's exciting conference program will include key note and plenary sessions from today's industry leaders as well as technical presentations, continuing educations tutorials and workshops and poster sessions. This leading conference will also include a comprehensive technical tour and social program for networking amongst industry peers.

Presentation Data Uploading Website

Presentation data which was used during the conference is now available.

Please access to the page below.

*Please note that PDF which were accepted to be posted on the website and given to the secretariat office are uploaded to this page.


Two awards were held at INTELEC 2015, and we are pleased to announce the awardees. Congratulations!!

[Excellent Presentation Award]


Program No. : PS02-06

Title : A Feasibility Study on a Regional Energy Business

Authors : Midori Nonogaki, Ken Ozeki, Tadatoshi Babasaki, Keiichi Hirose, and Nobuyuki Yoshizawa



Program No. : PS06-17

Title : Advanced Lead Carbon Batteries for Partial State of Charge Operation in Stationary Applications

Authors : Jon L. Anderson and Jay Frankhouser

C&D Technologies Inc., United States

Program No. : PS11-78

Title : A Novel Simple Technology for Power Switching in HVDC System

Authors : Shinya Watanabe, Yuta Sagara, Shota Yamane, Seiji Aso, Kentaro Kokura, Seiji Ikeda, and Mitsugi Mori

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan


Program No. : PS08-60

Title : A High-Precision Constant Current Primary Side Controller with Inductance Compensation

Authors : Yang Xu, Changyuan Chang, Bin Bian, Yao Chen, and Junjie Hu

Southeast University, China

Program No. : PS10-75

Title : A 160-kW High-Efficiency Photovoltaic Inverter with Paralleled SiC-MOSFET Modules for Large-Scale Solar Power

Authors : Ayumu Hatanaka, Hiroshi Kageyama, and Toru Masuda

Hitachi, Ltd., Japan

Program No. : PS10-76

Title : Analysis of GaN HEMT-Based Phase Shifted Full Bridge DC-DC Converter

Authors : Dong-Myoung Joo1, Byoung-Kuk Lee1, Dong-Sik Kim2, Jong-Soo Kim2, and Hee-Jun Kim3

1Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea, 2Daejin University, Republic of Korea, 3Hanyang University, Republic of Korea

[Outstanding Paper Award]


Program No. : TS24-2

Title : Power Control of a Bi-Directional AC/DC Rectifier Used for Telecom Backup Systems

Authors : Sajjad M. Kaviri, Majid Pahlevani, Bahador Mohammadpour, Praveen Jain, and Alireza Bakhshai

Queen's University, Canada


Program No. : PS08-62

Title : The Communication Power System with V2C Adaptive Control Method

Authors : Haoyu Li, Yuan Liu, Lei Zhao, and Zhenwei Li

Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Program No. : TS33-2

Title : Low Phase-to-Phase-Impedance Busbar for Modular Power Converter System

Authors : Hiroshi Kamizuma, Yukio Hattori, Daisuke Matsumoto, Akira Mima, Tetsufumi Kawashima, Yuichi Mabuchi, and Tomonori Ichikawa

Hitachi, Ltd., Japan


Program No. : TS01-1

Title : Development of Fuses for High Voltage Direct Current Power Systems

Authors : Yuji Yoshida and Yosuke Furuya

Daito Communication Apparatus Co., Ltd., Japan

Program No. : TS12-4

Title : Model Based Control of Modified Four-Phase Interleaved Boost Converter for Fuel Cell Power Source for Mobile Based Station

Authors : Pongsiri Mungporn1, Nitchamon Poonnoi1, Suwat Sikkabut1, Chainarin Ekkaravarodome1, Phatiphat Thounthong1, Nicu Bizon2, Melika Hinaje3, Serge Pierfederici3, and Bernard Davat3

1King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand, 2Univ. Pitesti, Romania, 3GREEN, Université de Lorraine, France

Program No. : TS20-2

Title : Microgrids for Base Stations: Renewable Energy Prediction and Battery Bank Management for Effective State of Charge Control

Authors : Youngsung Kwon1, Alexis Kwasinski2, and Andres Kwasinski 3

1University of Texas at Austin, USA, 2University of Pittsburgh, USA, 3Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Program No. : PS08-48

Title : DC Capacitor Voltage Regulation of Modular Multilevel Cascade Converter (MMCC-SSBC) for DC-Powered Data Center

Authors : Shota Oki and Hiroaki Kakigano

Ritsumeikan University, Japan

Pick Up Program!


4 Tutorials on Sunday afternoon: Admission Free for Registered Participants

Keynote Lectures

3 key speakers from industry and academic, in the US, Europe and Japan, will talk about very important issues related the future of the fields of INTELEC.


On the energy-related technologies essential for the future of communications companies, we are pleased to present two workshops on Wednesday morning: One is an opportunity to present recommendations for the forum and to INTELEC, and the other to discuss the possibilities of applying DC power systems to non-ICT smart grids.

Access to the Conference Venue

There are detailed transportation guide to Swissôtel Nankai Osaka in English, Deutsch, Chinese, Korean and Japanese (Links for each language's PDF files are on the bottom of the page) link below.

Registration Desk

Pre-registration is closed. On-site registration will be available at the Conference.

Opening Hours:
Sunday, Oct 1813:00 - 19:00
Monday, Oct 197:00 - 18:00
Tuesday, Oct 207:00 - 18:00
Wednesday, Oct 217:00 - 18:00
Thursday, Oct 227:00 - 12:00
Lobby of the 8th floor, Swissotel Nankai Osaka

General Chair's Welcoming Message

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the 37th IEEE PELS International Telecommunications Energy Conference (INTELEC) 2015. I am indeed honored to serve as the General Chair of this conference, which is being held in Osaka, Japan during October 18-22, 2015.

This exciting conference program will include a keynote session from today's industry leaders as well as technical presentations, continuing educations tutorials, workshops, poster sessions, and exhibitions. Every effort has been made to create a program that has the significant components of industry and business to encourage dialogue with the academic community. The topics in this conference cover all aspects of "Smart Green Energy for Future ICT", with papers and presentations on the latest happenings in those fields.

During the conference, we will provide ample opportunities for networking with attendees from various parts of the world. We hope you will enjoy these organized events while exploring Osaka further.

I would like to acknowledge the IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) for their great partnership in sponsoring the INTELEC 2015. I feel deeply grateful to all the people who have contributed to making this event possible. Thanks are also extended to the conference administrative committee as well as to the volunteers and supporters for their tireless efforts throughout the conference.

Finally, I wish all the participants a very enjoyable and productive conference and also an unforgettable stay in Osaka, where you will find the perfect blend of cultures, the modern and the traditional—as well as the oriental.

On behalf of the INTELEC 2015 Steering Committee, we are look forward to seeing you and to giving you a warm welcome!

Kiyoshi Tsutsui
President and CEO, NTT Facilities, Inc.
General Chair, INTELEC 2015

Scope of the Conference

The scope of the conference will include but not limited to the following communications power and energy system topics:

Communications Power Systems

  • Outside plant power systems (twisted pair, customer premises, etc.)
  • Renewable energy generations (Wind, PV, Hybrid, etc.)
  • Islanded and gird-connected autonomous power systems
  • Power systems (High and/or low voltage DC; High and/or low voltage AC) for central offices/data centers
  • Power distribution architectures for communications equipment
  • Wireless power transfer for handheld communications devices

Energy Storage for Communications Systems

  • Architectures for energy storage
  • Battery technology (lead, zinc, lithium, sodium, etc.)
  • Flow battery technology
  • New fuel cell technology
  • Energy management techniques
  • Energy modeling and simulation

Power Conversion for Communications Equipment

  • Circuit Topologies and control techniques for AC/DC, DC/DC and DC/AC power converters
  • Utility interface inverters for energy generation and storage
  • AC and DC UPS
  • High efficiency and high density power supplies

Site Support Systems

  • Disaster recovery and mitigation
  • Engine generator technology
  • Physical and thermal design
  • Grounding and EMC
  • Codes, standards, and specifications