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スマートグリッド政策ハンドブック:主要国の主な政策、規制、奨励策

Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2018

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スマートグリッド政策ハンドブック:主要国の主な政策、規制、奨励策 Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2018
出版日: 2018年03月13日 ページ情報: 英文 223 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、スマートグリッド市場を支配する主要国の主な政策について調査分析し、主要トピック(AMI、マイクログリッド、スマートシティなど)、スマートグリッド技術、利点、国際組織と規格、主要国の主な政策と政府支援の比較などを提供いたします。

第1章 目次

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 スマートグリッドの枠組み

  • スマートグリッド技術
  • スマートグリッドの利点
  • スマートグリッドの国際組織
  • スマートグリッド規格

第4章 北米の主なスマートグリッド政策と奨励策

  • 米国
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • カナダ
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • メキシコ
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策

第5章 南米の主なスマートグリッド政策と奨励策

  • ブラジル
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策

第6章 欧州の主なスマートグリッド政策と奨励策

  • EU
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • 英国
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • ドイツ
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • フランス
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • スペイン
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策

第7章 アジア太平洋地域の主なスマートグリッド政策と奨励策

  • 日本
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • オーストラリア
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • 中国
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • インド
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • 韓国
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • シンガポール
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策

第8章 中東・アフリカの主なスマートグリッド政策と奨励策

  • 南アフリカ
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策
  • サウジアラビア
    • 概要
    • 主な政策と奨励策

第9章 付録

図表

図表

List of Tables

1.1 List of Tables

  • Table 1: Smart Grid Policy, Smart Grid Standards, IEC Standards 31
  • Table 2: Smart Grid Policy, Smart Grid Standards, IEEE Standards, 2016 32
  • Table 3: Smart Grid Policy, US ENERGISE Projects, 2017 36
  • Table 4: Smart Grid Policy, US Federal Investment Grant Projects ($m) 41
  • Table 5: Smart Grid Policy, US Demonstration Projects 43
  • Table 6: Smart Grid Policy, US, Federal Tax Credit ($) for Selected EVs and PHEVs, 2017 46
  • Table 7: Smart Grid Policy, US, Plug-in EV Sales, 2016-2017 46
  • Table 8: Smart Grid Policy, California, Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebate Programs ($), 2016 55
  • Table 9: Smart Grid Policy, Connecticut, Rebate Amounts, 2017 59
  • Table 10: Smart Grid Policy, Colorado, Electric Vehicle Tax Credit ($), 2017-2021 62
  • Table 11: Smart Grid Policy, Ontario, TOU Prices ($), May 2017 to October 2017 73
  • Table 12: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, Electric Vehicle Point of Sale Incentive ($) 2017 76
  • Table 13: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, SCRAP- IT Electric Vehicle Incentives($), 2017 77
  • Table 14: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, Maximum Initial per Vehicle Incentive Amount ($), CEV Program 2017 77
  • Table 15: Smart Grid Policy, Quebec, Number of Electric Vehicle and Charging Station Incentives Granted,2017 80
  • Table 16: Smart Grid Policy, Quebec, Electric Vehicle and Charging Station Incentives ($m),2017 80
  • Table 17: Smart Grid Policy, Brazil, Inovar-Auto Labeling Requirements 95
  • Table 18: Smart Grid Policy, Brazil, Inovar-Auto Labeling Requirements 95
  • Table 19: Smart Grid Policy, China, SGCC, Smart Grid Plan (2009-2020) 102
  • Table 20: Smart Grid Policy, Major Energy Policies Considered for Development of Microgrids in China 105
  • Table 21: Smart Grid Policy, Japan, Charging Stations and Subsidy Rates 115
  • Table 22: Smart Grid Market Update, Australia, Overview of Federal, State, and Territory Government Policy for EVs 122
  • Table 23: Smart Grid Policy, South Korea, First Green Growth Five-Year Plan 129
  • Table 24: Smart Grid Policy, South Korea, Second Green Growth Five-Year Plan 130
  • Table 25: Smart Grid Policy, South Korea, Smart Grid Roadmap for Five Domains 132
  • Table 26: Smart Grid Policy, Singapore, Policy, Carbon Emissions-Based Vehicle Scheme, 2015-2017 141
  • Table 27: Smart Grid Policy, Singapore, Classification of Demand Response Load Facilities, 2013 145
  • Table 28: Smart Grid Policy, India, NSGM Activities and Estimated Cost (INR), 12th Year Plan 2014-2017 150
  • Table 29: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart Grid Pilot Projects, 2017 151
  • Table 30: Smart Grid Policy, India, ISGF Working Group 154
  • Table 31: Smart Grid Policy, India, DDUGY Targets for 2017-2018 155
  • Table 32: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart Grid Roadmap, 2013-2027 156
  • Table 33: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart City Program Critical Pillars, 2017 163
  • Table 34: Smart Grid Policy, Saudi Arabia, Planned Interconnection Projects, 2015-2019 173
  • Table 35: Smart Grid Policy, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Smart City List, 2014 175
  • Table 36: Smart Grid Policy, France, Tax Bonus for Low Emission Vehicles ($), 2017 179
  • Table 37: Smart Grid Policy, France, Penalty Scale for Emission, 2016 180
  • Table 38: Smart Grid Policy, France, Smart Grid Projects by Enedis, 2017 181
  • Table 39: Smart Grid Policy, Germany, Smart Meter Roll-Out Period, 2017-2033 196
  • Table 40: Smart Grid Policy, Germany, Smart Meter Roll-Out Period and Price Caps, 2017-2032 197
  • Table 41: Abbreviations 208

List of Figures

1.2 List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Smart Grid Policy, China, Electric Vehicles Sold, 2011-2016 19
  • Figure 2: Smart Grid Policy, US AMIs Installed (million), 2011-2016 42
  • Figure 3: Smart Grid Policy, US, Electric Vehicles Sold, 2012-2017* 44
  • Figure 4: Smart Grid Policy, US, Electric Vehicles Sold by State, 2016* 45
  • Figure 5: Smart Grid Policy, US Net Metering Customers (million), 2010-2016 48
  • Figure 6: Smart Grid Policy, Brazil, Electric Vehicles Sold, 2011-2016 94
  • Figure 7: Smart Grid Policy, China, Electric Vehicles Sold, 2011-2016 100
  • Figure 8: Smart Grid Policy, UK, Number of Plug-In Electric Vehicle Registrations, 2012-2016 204
目次
Product Code: GDSG1005P

Smart grids use computer-based remote control and automation technology to collect and manage electricity-usage data. Some use two-way communication technology and communication processes to increase system efficiency, facilitate fast data transfer, and improve energy management.

A key benefit of adopting smart grids is the ability to reduce power consumption at the consumer end during peak hours. Smart grids allow grid energy storage for distributed generation load-balancing and enable distributed generation sources, such as photovoltaic (PV) arrays, wind turbines, micro hydro, and combined heat and power generators, to connect to the grid. They also eliminate or contain grid failures and improve energy efficiency by modifying consumer behavior through in-home displays (IHDs) and variable electricity rates, saving companies and consumers' money, as well as reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

A number of governments are increasingly viewing smart grid technology as a strategic infrastructural investment that will enable their long-term economic prosperity and help them to achieve their carbon emission reduction targets. The EU introduced a strategic energy technology plan in 2006 for the development of a smart electricity system over the next 30 years. The European Technology Platform organization consists of industry representatives, transmission and distribution (T&D) system operators, research bodies, and regulators. If the EU is to meet its 2020 targets, which are increasing energy efficiency by 20%, increasing its share of renewable energy by 20% and reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 20%, it must modernize and liberalize its aging electricity grid, create economies of scale for renewable energy, and promote consumer efficiencies. In 2016, the European Commission proposed a 2030 energy strategy focusing on achieving the energy efficiency target of 30%, a 40% cut in GHG emissions compared to 1990 levels, at least a 27% share of renewable energy consumption, and at least 27% energy savings.

Smart grids are also being deployed in North America, Eastern Europe, and Asia-Pacific. South America and Africa are slowly starting to open their markets to smart grid technology, although the policies and regulations need to be developed in these regions.

The major smart grid technologies are smart meters, substation automation technology, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) applications, high voltage direct current (HVDC) lines, super-HVDC lines, microgrids, in-home energy monitoring appliances, and other IT-related Energy Management Systems (EMSs). This report covers the smart grid-related policies of the major countries in the power market.

The factors which will drive the smart grid market are -

  • Climate change agreement
  • Use of renewable energy sources (renewable energy sources)
  • Adoption of electric vehicles (EVs)
  • Energy efficiency methods

The report "Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2018", provides comprehensive coverage of key smart grid initiatives and policies in some of the major countries including the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the UK, Germany, Spain, France, Japan, Australia, China, India, South Korea, Singapore, South Africa and Saudi Arabia.Advanced metering Infrastructure (AMI), Microgrid, Smart cities, Net metering, Time of use (TOU) pricing, Communication protocol for smart grid, Important agencies dealing with smart grid, Electric vehicles (EV) and Energy management systems (EMS)are among the other topics covered in the report.

Scope

The report provides comprehensive coverage of key smart grid initiatives and policies in some of the major countries including the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the UK, Germany, Spain, France, Japan, Australia, China, India, South Korea, Singapore, South Africa and Saudi Arabia. Topics covered in the handbook include -

  • Advanced metering Infrastructure (AMI)
  • Microgrid
  • Smart cities
  • Net metering
  • Time of use (TOU) pricing
  • Communication protocol for smart grid
  • Important agencies dealing with smart grid
  • Electric vehicles (EV)
  • Energy management systems (EMS)

Reasons to buy

The report will allow you to -

  • Develop business strategies using specific insights into policy decisions
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting the smart grid markets
  • Compare the level of support provided to different smart grid technologies in different countries
  • Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights into future opportunities and critical success factors in the smart grid market.

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2

  • 1.1 List of Tables 14
  • 1.2 List of Figures 15

2 Executive Summary 16

  • 2.1 Commitments Made at COP21 to Enhance Smart grid Outlook 16
  • 2.2 Net Metering to be Key Phenomenon in Most Major Countries 16
  • 2.3 EU Mandates Driving Smart Grid Investment in Europe 17
  • 2.4 China is the largest smart grid market 19
  • 2.5 Smart Grid Standards Development 20

3 Introduction 21

  • 3.1 Smart Grid Market, Overview 21
  • 3.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 22

4 Smart Grid Framework 23

  • 4.1 Smart Grid Technology 23
  • 4.2 Smart Grid Benefits 26
  • 4.3 Smart Grid International Association 29
  • 4.4 Smart Grid Standards 30

5 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, US 34

  • 5.1 Overview 34
  • 5.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 35
  • 5.3 Major Policies and Incentives, Federal 39
  • 5.4 Major Policies and Incentives, California 48
  • 5.5 Major Policies and Incentives, Connecticut 56
  • 5.6 Major Policies and Incentives, Colorado 60
  • 5.7 Major Policies and Incentives, Pennsylvania 62
  • 5.8 Major Policies and Incentives, Massachusetts 64

6 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Canada 67

  • 6.1 Overview 67
  • 6.2 Major Institutes involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 67
  • 6.3 Federal Funding Initiatives 68
  • 6.4 Canadian Smart Grid Standards Roadmap 69
  • 6.5 Smart Metering Standardization 70
  • 6.6 Smart Meter Deployment Project 70
  • 6.7 Net Metering 71
  • 6.8 Energy Efficiency 71
  • 6.9 Energy Innovation Program 72
  • 6.10 Major Policies and Incentives, Ontario 72
  • 6.11 Major Policies and Incentives, British Columbia 75
  • 6.12 Major Policies and Incentives, Quebec 79

7 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Mexico 82

  • 7.1 Overview 82
  • 7.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 83
  • 7.3 Net Metering 84
  • 7.4 Smart Meters 84
  • 7.5 Smart Grid Policy Development 85
  • 7.6 Smart Grid Regulatory Roadmap 85
  • 7.7 Smart City 85
  • 7.8 Renewable Energy Outlook - Vision for 2030 on the Use of Renewable Energies in Mexico 85
  • 7.9 Grid Interconnection Contract for Renewable Energy 86
  • 7.10 Energy Sector Program 2013-2018 87
  • 7.11 National Electric System Development Program (PRODESEN) Program 87
  • 7.12 Electric Vehicle Power Feeders Tax Incentive 88
  • 7.13 Wheeling Service Agreement for Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources 88

8 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Brazil 89

  • 8.1 Overview 89
  • 8.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 90
  • 8.3 Advanced Metering Infrastructure 91
  • 8.4 Time-of-Use Pricing 92
  • 8.5 Energy Efficiency 92
  • 8.6 Net Metering 92
  • 8.7 Powerline Communication Regulation 93
  • 8.8 IT Law Tax Incentives 93
  • 8.9 Government Fund for Grid Modernization 93
  • 8.10 Electric Vehicles 94
  • 8.11 Inovar Auto Program 94
  • 8.12 Inova Energia Program 95

9 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, China 97

  • 9.1 Overview 97
  • 9.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 98
  • 9.3 13th Five-Year Plan 2016-2021 99
  • 9.4 Electric Vehicle 99
  • 9.5 EV Charging Station 102
  • 9.6 Smart Meter Installation 102
  • 9.7 Smart Grid 102
  • 9.8 Smart Grid Technology Standards 103
  • 9.9 Microgrid 104
  • 9.10 Tax Exemption for Clean Energy Projects 105
  • 9.11 High- and New-Tech Enterprises Program 105
  • 9.12 Global Ultra-High Voltage (UHV) Grid 106
  • 9.13 Clean Energy Technology and Innovation Roadmap: New Action Plan (2016-2030) 106
  • 9.14 China Smart Grid Substation Operations and Communication Project 107

10 Smart Grid Policy and Incentives, Japan 108

  • 10.1 Overview 108
  • 10.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 109
  • 10.3 Plan for Global Warming Countermeasures 110
  • 10.4 Microgrid 110
  • 10.5 National Resilience Program 110
  • 10.6 Japan Smart Cities 111
  • 10.7 Demand Response 113
  • 10.8 Taxes and Incentives for Renewable Energy 113
  • 10.9 Smart Meters 113
  • 10.10 Electric Vehicles 114

11 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Australia 116

  • 11.1 Overview 116
  • 11.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 116
  • 11.3 Smart Meters 118
  • 11.4 Data Security and Privacy 120
  • 11.5 Smart Grid City Grant 120
  • 11.6 Smart Cities and Suburbs Program 120
  • 11.7 Electric Vehicles 121
  • 11.8 National Broadband Network 122
  • 11.9 Solar Cities 122
  • 11.10 Time-of-Use 123
  • 11.11 Hybrid Energy Services 123
  • 11.12 Energy Storage Funding Initiative 123
  • 11.13 ACT's NextGen storage program 123
  • 11.14 Intelligent Storage for Australia's Grid 124
  • 11.15 Net Metering/FiT for Solar Bonus Scheme 124

12 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, South Korea 127

  • 12.1 Overview 127
  • 12.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 128
  • 12.3 Major Policies and Incentives 129

13 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Singapore 137

  • 13.1 Overview 137
  • 13.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 138
  • 13.3 Major Policies and Incentives 139

14 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, India 146

  • 14.1 Overview 146
  • 14.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 147
  • 14.3 R-APDRP 154
  • 14.4 Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana 155
  • 14.5 Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyothi Yojana 155
  • 14.6 Smart Grid Vision for India 155
  • 14.7 Smart Grid Roadmap 156
  • 14.8 Electric Mobility 157
  • 14.9 Microgrids and Minigrids 159
  • 14.10 Reduction in Power Cuts 160
  • 14.11 Demand Response Programs 160
  • 14.12 Smart Meters 160
  • 14.13 SCADA/DMS Program 161
  • 14.14 Condition Monitoring and Energy Auditing and Accounting in Real Time 161
  • 14.15 Smart Distribution Control 162
  • 14.16 National Power MIS Centre 162
  • 14.17 Improvement in Power Quality 162
  • 14.18 Energy Efficiency Program 162
  • 14.19 Smart City Project 162
  • 14.20 Solar Net Metering Policy 163
  • 14.21 Odisha Smart Grid Project 164
  • 14.22 Smart Village Nanogrid at Chhotkei, Angul, Odisha 164

15 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, South Africa 165

  • 15.1 Overview 165
  • 15.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 166
  • 15.3 Eskom Initiative 167
  • 15.4 Strategic Energy Planning 2015-2020 167
  • 15.5 EV Infrastructure 168
  • 15.6 Smart Meters 169
  • 15.7 Microgrid 169
  • 15.8 Net Metering 170
  • 15.9 City of Johannesburg Vision 171

16 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Saudi Arabia 172

  • 16.1 Overview 172
  • 16.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 172
  • 16.3 Planned Domestic Interconnection Projects 173
  • 16.4 EV Infrastructure 173
  • 16.5 Smart Meters 174
  • 16.6 AMI Infrastructure Standardization 174
  • 16.7 Saudi Arabia Smart Grid Conference 175
  • 16.8 Saudi Smart City 175

17 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, France 176

  • 17.1 Overview 176
  • 17.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 177
  • 17.3 Smart Meter 178
  • 17.4 TOU Pricing 179
  • 17.5 Electricity Meter Specification 179
  • 17.6 Tax Bonus for Emission 179
  • 17.7 Smart Grid InterFlex Project 180
  • 17.8 Recent Pilot Projects in France 180
  • 17.9 Electric Vehicles 182

18 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Spain 184

  • 18.1 Overview 184
  • 18.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 185
  • 18.3 Smart Meters 185
  • 18.4 Smart Cities 186
  • 18.5 Projects developed by EDP 188
  • 18.6 InovGrid Project 188
  • 18.7 UPGRID Project 188
  • 18.8 SINAPSE 189
  • 18.9 Electric Vehicle 189

19 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, Germany 191

  • 19.1 Overview 191
  • 19.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 192
  • 19.3 The Electricity Market Act 192
  • 19.4 Energy Efficiency Policy 193
  • 19.5 Grid Expansion Acceleration Act (NABEG) 193
  • 19.6 Federal Requirement Plan Act 193
  • 19.7 Electric Vehicles 193
  • 19.8 Smart Meter 194
  • 19.9 Digitization of the Energy Transition 195
  • 19.10 Information Communication Technology based Energy Systems: e-Energy 197
  • 19.11 ICT for Electric Mobility II Program 199
  • 19.12 Roadmap for Implementation of Smart Grids in Germany 2012-2022 199
  • 19.13 Energy Storage Funding Initiative 200

20 Smart Grid Policies and Incentives, UK 201

  • 20.1 Overview 201
  • 20.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives 201
  • 20.3 Energy Efficiency Action Plan 202
  • 20.4 Green Investment Bank 202
  • 20.5 Smart Meters 203
  • 20.6 Electric Vehicle 203
  • 20.7 Carbon Price Floor 205
  • 20.8 Smart Cities 206
  • 20.9 Smart Grid Pilot Projects 206
  • 20.10 Distributed Generation 206

21 Appendix 207

  • 21.1 Definitions 207
  • 21.2 Abbreviations 208
  • 21.3 Bibliography 212
  • 21.4 Methodology 220
  • 21.5 Coverage 221
  • 21.6 Contact Us 222
  • 21.7 Disclaimer 223
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