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欧州の洋上風力エネルギー規格、許認可、市場

The European Offshore Wind Energy Standards, Permitting and Markets Report

発行 Wind Energy Update
出版日 ページ情報 英文 110 Pages
価格
欧州の洋上風力エネルギー規格、許認可、市場 The European Offshore Wind Energy Standards, Permitting and Markets Report
出版日: 2010年09月30日 ページ情報: 英文 110 Pages
概要

Wind Energy Updateの予測によると、2020年には110ギガワットの再生可能エネルギーが、オフショア風力発電施設から供給されます。だたし、この電力量を達成するには、欧州スーパーグリッドの実現や技能力、強固なサプライチェーン、投資ファンドの存在など、いくつかの重要ファクターが満たされなければなりません。いや、それだけではなく、政府方針も、投資家の利益を保障し、早期に施設を立ち上げる上で、重要な役割を担うことになるでしょう。

当レポートでは、欧州主要国における洋上風力発電施設建設への同意形成手続きの詳細を分析し、同成長セクターに向けて浮上しつつある規制問題を整理しながら、その行く手に立ちふさがる港湾整備や接続インフラなどの課題、さらには施設開発への公的優遇策などの考察も加え、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

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第1章:国・地方の規制環境について大まかに知っておくべきことを整理する

  • 固定価格買取制度、資本収益率、価格、登録・申請に要する時間、グリッド接続・インフラ責任、規制の現況など、知っておくべき問題についての手短な案内情報を提供。国別比較グラフを含む。

第2章:国別特殊事情

  • 一般的許認可取得方法、施設建設の現状、有力国、その他の決定的情報を概説。各国ベースで以下の項目を検証する
    • 風力エネルギー量の国家目標
    • 許認可方法の手引き
    • 規制および規格
    • 産業課題
    • その他知っておくべき最終的収益に影響する問題点
    • 現存・建設予定の港湾および接続インフラ
    • 事業への地域的脅威
    • 企業にとっての地域的優遇策

第3章:規格・資格認定:開発の現況、計画遅延の予防に向けた規格や資格の利用策

  • 規格の利用法、利用可能な規格、規格を考案している事業者、その目的、現存する課題の在処といった問題を探る。以下の話題にも言及。
    • 有力な新規格
    • 動的国家規格の現状と最近の変化
    • 石油・ガスから風力規格が台頭した経緯および学ぶべき教訓
    • 付いて回る財務リスク

第4章:洋上風力発電の市場予測と現存プロジェクトの最新情報

  • 各国ベースで情報および分析を提供。また、量的質的市場情報を付加。
    • 市場予測および重要数値
    • トレンド分析および市場推進要因
    • 取り組みの余地を残している市場、成長分野、機会、脅威
    • 市場戦略および主要参入企業シェア
    • サプライチェーンの開発状況。今後の役割と機会

第5章:世界洋上風力発電の今後についての主な結論およびエキスパート分析

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Abstract

A country-by-country comparison and practical guide

This report provides real data, fresh statistics and 100% independent analysis on helping you navigate offshore wind energy standards, permitting and markets. The report focuses on standards in Europe's major offshore wind markets, including UK, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Germany and France.

Report benefits:

  • Market forecasts, key drivers, offshore wind regulations, targets AND practical guidance on applying for permits for:
    • UK
    • Germany
    • Denmark
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Sweden
    • France
  • An expert analysis of existing standards and regulations, including corporate perspectives on the future of standards in offshore wind energy
  • Read exclusive corporate insight from:
    • E.ON
    • The Crown Estate
    • German Wind Energy Association
    • REpower

By 2020, this report predicts that 110 GW of renewable energy in Europe will come from offshore wind. Reaching this capacity will, however, depend on a number of key factors including delivery of a European Supergrid, skills capacity, the strength of the supply chain and the availability of investment funds. But that is not all. Government policies will also pay an important role in securing investor interest and getting parks on line quickly.

The report provides a detailed breakdown of the consenting procedure for offshore wind parks in Europe's leading markets and charts the emerging regulation for this growing sector. It also addresses the challenges relating to harbour and connection infrastructure, the factors getting in the way of consents and the government incentives for offshore wind development.

The report provides you with real data & detailed analysis on how to:

  • Navigate through the legislative jargon and emerging standards
  • Compare ease of entry to European markets, country-by-country
  • Find out which European markets present the greatest opportunity for your company
  • Understand which companies are the key offshore wind providers in each country, and what their strategic plans are
  • Obtain permits in each country, how the processes are changing, and what challenges your company will face

About Wind Energy Update

Wind Energy Update is an independent business intelligence company. We provide impartial analysis in our reports, news, events and updates for the wind energy industry.

Wind Energy Update's research aims to act as an unbiased voice, provide industry data and carry critical analysis of current best practises.

Our practical reports provide critical independent analysis, purvey necessary industry data and carry out in-depth, real life case studies - all in an easy-to-read format.

Selected Findings

INCENTIVES

Financial incentives for offshore wind are another crucial factor in getting offshore wind projects off the ground. Once again, a variety of incentive structures operate across Europe, including feed-in tariffs and quota systems, all to varying success.

FIGURE 4: COUNTRIES WITH THE MOST EFFECTIVE FINANCIAL INCENTIVES
FOR OFFSHORE WIND DEVELOPMENT

STANDARDS

A review of the most prominent standards that apply to offshore wind, including official standards, industry standards, and industry guidelines.

It is the features of an IEC standard that our survey respondents pick out as the most important elements of an offshore wind standard: namely international recognition (60%), harmonisation (55%) and wide industry participation (40%).

FIGURE 11: THE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENTS OF AN OFFSHORE WIND STANDARD

MARKET FORECAST

Globally, the top five countries for all wind generated power are China, US, Spain, Germany and India, these five accounting for 75% of new capacity, but the majority of this is onshore.

FIGURE 12: RANKING OF COUNTRIES BY INSTALLED OFFSHORE WIND TURBINES

Table of Contents

Executive summary

SECTION I:

Breakdown of need-to-know on national and state/provincial regulatory environment overview

This section provides you with a quick guide reference on the need-to-know issues such as feed in tariffs, ROCs, prices, time to register/apply, grid connection/infrastructure responsibilities and state of regulations. An easy-reference country comparison chart is included.

SECTION II:

Country-specific info

This section contains an overview of general permitting process, current state of play, leading countries, and other critical information. On a country-by-country basis, the following areas are covered:

  • National wind energy targets
  • Permitting process guide
  • Regulations and standards
  • Industry challenges
  • Other need-to-know issues that impact your bottom line
  • Overview of existing and planned harbour and connection infrastructure
  • Local threats to business
  • Local incentives for companies

SECTION III:

Standards & certification: state of development, and strategies for using them to prevent slippage

This section explores issues such as how standards help, what standards are available, what operators think of these standards and what they would like to see, and where current challenges lie. It includes an in-depth:

  • Review of the leading emerging standards
  • Current status and recent changes in the dynamic national standards
  • How wind standards emerged from oil & gas, and the lessons we can learn
  • Financial risks involved

SECTION IV:

Market forecast for offshore wind and status update on existing projects

Information and analysis is provided on a country-by-country basis. Quantitative and qualitative market information is provided on:

  • Market forecast and key figures
  • Trends analysis & market drivers
  • Under-addressed markets, growth areas, opportunities and threats
  • Market strategy and share by key players
  • How the supply chain is developing. What are the future roles and opportunities?

SECTION V:

Key conclusions and expert analysis on the future of global offshore standards

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