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アジア太平洋地域の再生可能エネルギー政策ハンドブック

Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2017

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アジア太平洋地域の再生可能エネルギー政策ハンドブック Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2017
出版日: 2017年06月01日 ページ情報: 英文 136 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、アジア太平洋地域の主要国における再生可能エネルギー政策について詳細に分析しており、各国における再生可能エネルギー促進に向けた政策手段と奨励策、産業全体および技術別の振興策、各国の再生可能エネルギー政策比較などを取り上げております。

第1章 目次

第2章 イントロダクション

  • 世界における再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み:概要
  • 世界における再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み:主な政策手段
  • 主な政策手段:国別比較
  • GlobalData のレポートガイダンス

第3章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:オーストラリア

  • 規制の枠組み:概要
  • 連邦政策・奨励策
  • 連邦の奨励金・政策サポート:太陽エネルギー
  • 連邦の奨励金・政策サポート:風力
  • 連邦の奨励金・政策サポート:地熱
  • 連邦の奨励金・政策サポート:バイオエネルギー
  • 連邦の奨励金・政策サポート:省エネ
  • 州レベルの政策・奨励策

第4章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:日本

  • 規制の枠組み:概要
  • 政策の枠組み:主な政策・奨励策
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:太陽エネルギー
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:風力
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:地熱
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:水力
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:バイオエネルギー
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:省エネ

第5章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:インド

  • 規制の枠組み:概要
  • 政策の枠組み:主な政策・奨励策
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:太陽エネルギー
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:風力
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:バイオエネルギー
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:水力
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:省エネ

第6章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:韓国

  • 規制の枠組み:概要
  • 規制の枠組み:主な政策

第7章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:ベトナム

  • 政策の枠組み:概要
  • 政策の枠組み:主な政策

第8章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:台湾

  • 規制の枠組み:概要
  • 政策の枠組み:主な政策

第9章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:タイ

  • 政策の枠組み:概要
  • 政策の枠組み:主な政策

第10章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:ニュージーランド

  • 政策の枠組み:概要
  • 政策の枠組み:主な政策
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:太陽エネルギー
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:風力
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:バイオエネルギー

第11章 再生可能エネルギー規制の枠組み:中国

  • 規制の枠組み:概要
  • 政策の枠組み:主な政策・奨励策
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:太陽エネルギー
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:風力
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:水力
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:バイオエネルギー
  • 奨励金・政策サポート:省エネ

第12章 付録

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目次

Renewable energy represents a possible solution to two major global issues: global warming and diminishing fossil fuel reserves. It is sustainable and clean, generally emitting no or very little CO2, and these factors have led major countries to shift their focus toward the development of renewable energy sources.

In the Asia-Pacific region, FiT is evidently the most popular form of incentive utilized to promote renewable power installations. Except New Zealand, South Korea, and Singapore, all other countries covered in the region have FiTs for one or more renewable technologies. Net-metering which is a recent and more advanced incentive is popular in Japan and is gaining ground in India with a few states having introduced the same for rooftop solar installations.

In most of the APAC countries, introduction of dedicated agencies to coordinate installations and the roll out of FiTs has led to a significant and prompt growth in the corresponding technologies. India for example had less than 50 MW solar PV capacities in 2010. This increased to more than 1,000 MW in 2011 which was a direct result of the introduction of the National Solar Mission (NSM) in 2010. The mission not only streamlined the industry but also provided several incentives and subsidies along with FITs.

Japan had started to focus on reducing nuclear capacity and increasing renewable capacity in the country after the Fukushima disaster. As a first step in increasing capacity, the government introduced an FiT in early 2012 leading to a significant increase in solar PV annual addition each year during 2013-2015. Annual solar PV capacity addition, which was less than 2,000 MW till 2012, rose to more than 6,900 in 2013 and further to 10,000 MW in 2014. The addition in 2015 was slightly smaller at 8,000 MW partly due to FiT reductions, but is still a significant addition for one year.

China, which has the largest installed capacity of renewable energy capacity, has also achieved the position with the use of a number of incentives, mainly FITs. China introduced FITs for solar PV in 2013 leading to an instant and significant rise in annual additions to 10,950 MW compared to 3,500 MW in 2012. There was equally strong annual addition in 2014 and 2015 as capital costs fell and the FIT remained the same. However, the addition may slightly be affected as the FIT has been revised with lower payouts effective for projects registered on January 1, 2016 and later.

The report "Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2017" provides the current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of the renewable energy industry. The report also provides major technology specific policies and incentives provided in the region and helps develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken for different renewable energy sources.

Scope

  • The report covers policy measures and incentives used in the Asia Pacific region to promote renewable energy.
  • The report details promotional measures in the Asia Pacific region both for the overall renewable energy industry and for specific renewable energy technologies that have potential in the region.

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to -

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken for different renewable energy sources.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting various renewable technologies.
  • Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in the Asia Pacific region.
  • Be ahead of competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes.

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2

  • 1.1 List of Tables 6

2 Executive Summary 8

3 Introduction 10

  • 3.1 Renewable Energy Policy 10
  • 3.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 10

4 Renewable Energy Policy, Australia 11

  • 4.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 11
  • 4.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework 11
  • 4.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Australia, Federal Incentives 15
  • 4.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, Australia, Federal Incentives 15
  • 4.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal, Australia, Federal Incentives 16
  • 4.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Australia, Federal Incentives 16
  • 4.7 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Australia, State Level Policies and Incentives 16

5 Renewable Energy Policy, China 20

  • 5.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 20
  • 5.2 Renewable Energy Law 20
  • 5.3 International Science and Technology Co-operation Program for New and Renewable Energy 23
  • 5.4 Shandong Province Village Renewable Energy Regulations 23
  • 5.5 The 12th Five-Year Plan 24
  • 5.6 The 13th Five-Year Plan 24
  • 5.7 New Carbon Intensity Target 25
  • 5.8 Renewable Energy Tariff Surcharge Grant Funds Management Approach 25
  • 5.9 Carbon Tax and Carbon Pricing 25
  • 5.10 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, China 26
  • 5.11 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, China 31
  • 5.12 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, China 37
  • 5.13 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, China 37
  • 5.14 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, China 39

6 Renewable Energy Policy, India 40

  • 6.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 40
  • 6.2 Electricity Act of 2003 40
  • 6.3 Renewable Energy Certificates 41
  • 6.4 Support for Solar Power 43
  • 6.5 Support for Wind Power 45
  • 6.6 Support for Bio-power 47
  • 6.7 Support for Small Hydropower 53

7 Renewable Energy Policy, Indonesia 55

  • 7.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 55
  • 7.2 Green Energy Policy 55
  • 7.3 Small Distributed Power Generation Using Renewable Energy 56
  • 7.4 Medium-Scale Power Generation Using Renewable Energy 56
  • 7.5 Income Tax Reduction for Energy Development Projects 56
  • 7.6 Electricity Purchase from Small- and Medium-Scale Renewable Energy 56
  • 7.7 Clean Technology Fund 57
  • 7.8 Ceiling Price for Geothermal 57
  • 7.9 New Geothermal Law 58
  • 7.10 Geothermal Fund 58
  • 7.11 Power Purchase from Solar PV Plants 59
  • 7.12 Feed-in Tariffs for Biomass 59
  • 7.13 New Electricity Sector Regulations in 2017 59

8 Renewable Energy Policy, Japan 61

  • 8.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 61
  • 8.2 Japan Renewable Energy Policy Platform 61
  • 8.3 Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy 61
  • 8.4 Green Investment Tax Credit 63
  • 8.5 Strategic Energy Plan 63
  • 8.6 Long-Term Energy Supply and Demand Outlook 64
  • 8.7 Establishment of New Energy Development Organization 64

9 Renewable Energy Policy, Kazakhstan 65

  • 9.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 65
  • 9.2 Law on Electricity 66
  • 9.3 Law on the Use of Renewable Energy Sources 66
  • 9.4 Long-Term Development Strategy for the Period up to 2025 67
  • 9.5 Long-Term Strategy for Renewable Energy Development 67
  • 9.6 Law on Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency 67
  • 9.7 Renewable Energy Targets and Tariffs 68
  • 9.8 New Financing Framework by EBRD for Renewables 68

10 Renewable Energy Policy, Malaysia 69

  • 10.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 69
  • 10.2 Renewable Energy Act 2011 69
  • 10.3 Net-Metering in Malaysia 71
  • 10.4 National Renewable Energy Policy and Action Plan 71
  • 10.5 Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Act 2011 71
  • 10.6 Green Technology Development 71
  • 10.7 Small Renewable Energy Program 72
  • 10.8 Energy Efficiency 72

11 Renewable Energy Policy, New Zealand 73

  • 11.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 73
  • 11.2 New Zealand Energy Strategy 73
  • 11.3 New Zealand Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy 74
  • 11.4 Climate Change and Sustainability Agenda 75
  • 11.5 National Policy Statement for Renewable Electricity Generation 75
  • 11.6 Emissions Trading Scheme 76
  • 11.7 Solar and Heat Pump Water Heating 76
  • 11.8 Installations Grants for Public Buildings 76
  • 11.9 Commercial Project Grants 77
  • 11.10 Resource Management Act 1991 78
  • 11.11 Bioenergy Initiative 78
  • 11.12 Crown Loans Programme 78

12 Renewable Energy Policy, Pakistan 79

  • 12.1 Overview 79
  • 12.2 Power Sector Reforms 79
  • 12.3 National Power Policy, 2015 80
  • 12.4 National Power Policy, 2013 81
  • 12.5 Renewable Energy Objectives 82
  • 12.6 Alternative and Renewable Energy Policy, 2011 83
  • 12.7 Feed-in Tariffs, Pakistan 83
  • 12.8 Challenges for Renewable Power in Pakistan 85

13 Renewable Energy Policy, Philippines 86

  • 13.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 86
  • 13.2 Power Sector Reforms and Privatization 86
  • 13.3 National Renewable Energy Program 87
  • 13.4 Energy Plan 2012-2030 87
  • 13.5 Other Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Policies 88
  • 13.6 Feed-in Tariffs 88

14 Renewable Energy Policy, Singapore 90

  • 14.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 90
  • 14.2 Power Market, Electricity Act 90
  • 14.3 Energy Policy 91
  • 14.4 Nationally Determined contribution to the Paris Agreement 92

15 Renewable Energy Policy, South Korea 93

  • 15.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 93
  • 15.2 Major Policies 94

16 Renewable Energy Policy, Taiwan 101

  • 16.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 101
  • 16.2 Major Policies 101
  • 16.3 Other Initiatives 101
  • 16.4 Renewable Power Policy 102

17 Renewable Energy Policy, Thailand 107

  • 17.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 107
  • 17.2 Power Development Plan 2015 108
  • 17.3 Alternative Energy Development Plan 2015-2036 110
  • 17.4 Feed-in-Tariffs for Wind, Hydropower, and Biopower 110
  • 17.5 Solar Power Feed-in-Tariffs 111
  • 17.6 Energy Efficiency Development Plan, 2015-2036 112
  • 17.7 Tax Incentives through Board of Investment 112
  • 17.8 Technical Assistance for Renewable Energy Projects 113
  • 17.9 Investment Grants 113
  • 17.10 Soft Loans - Revolving Fund 113
  • 17.11 Energy Service Company Fund 113
  • 17.12 Energy Conservation Program 114

18 Renewable Energy Policy, Vietnam 115

  • 18.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview 115
  • 18.2 Introduction of Competition in Power Market 116
  • 18.3 Power Master Plan VII 116
  • 18.4 Revised Power Development Plan VII 117
  • 18.5 Renewable Energy Development Strategy 2016-2030 with outlook until 2050 (REDS) 119
  • 18.6 Energy Efficiency 120
  • 18.7 Rural Electrification 120
  • 18.8 Renewable Energy Development 121

19 Appendix 122

  • 19.1 Market Definitions 122
  • 19.2 Abbreviations 123
  • 19.3 Bibliography 126
  • 19.4 Methodology 131
  • 19.5 Coverage 131
  • 19.6 Contact Us 133
  • 19.7 Disclaimer 133

List of Tables

1.1 List of Tables

  • Table 1: Renewable Energy Policy, Asia Pacific 11
  • Table 2: New Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, Annual Targets, Australia (TWh), 2015-2030 17
  • Table 3: Renewable Energy Law, China, Major Regulations, 2005-2006 24
  • Table 4: Solar PV Market, China, Feed-in Tariffs in Major Provinces, 2015 31
  • Table 5: Feed-in Tariffs for Solar Power (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), China, 2016-2017 32
  • Table 6: Wind Power Market, China, List of Major Policies, 2015 35
  • Table 7: Feed-in Tariffs for Onshore Wind Power by Region (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, China, 2015-2018 37
  • Table 8: Feed-in Tariffs for Offshore Wind Power by Region (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, China, 2016-2018 38
  • Table 9: Renewable Energy Certificate Volume, India, July 2014-Jan 2017 45
  • Table 10: Solar PV Net-metering Tariffs, India, 2016 47
  • Table 11: Federal Level Feed-in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), India, 2016-2017 47
  • Table 12: State-level Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants, India, 2016 49
  • Table 13: Federal Level Feed-in Tariff for Wind Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), India, 2016-2017 49
  • Table 14: Central Financial Assistance for Biomass Power Project and Bagasse Co-generation Projects by Sugar Mill Type, India, 2015 51
  • Table 15: Central Financial Assistance for Bagasse Co-generation Project in Existing Co-operative Sector Sugar Mills Employing Boiler Modifications, India, 2015 51
  • Table 16: Financial Support for Biofuel, India, 2015 53
  • Table 17: State-level Feed-in Tariffs for Bioenergy-Based Power Plants, 2016 53
  • Table 18: Federal Level Feed-in Tariffs for Biopower Based Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), 2016-2017 54
  • Table 19: Support for Hydropower in Private Sector, Joint Sector and Co-operative Societies, India, 2015 57
  • Table 20: Support for Hydropower in State Government, Central Government and Public Sector Units, India, 2016 57
  • Table 21: Ceiling Tariffs, Indonesia, 2015-2025 60
  • Table 22: Ceiling Tariffs ($/kWh), Indonesia, 2015-2025 61
  • Table 23: Feed-in Tariffs for Biomass ($/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, Indonesia, 2017 62
  • Table 24: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Japan, 2016 65
  • Table 25: Solar PV Feed-in Tariffs, Japan, 2017 66
  • Table 26: Renewable Energy Feed in Tariffs, Kazakhstan, 2015 71
  • Table 27: Renewable Energy Targets, Malaysia, 2015-2030 72
  • Table 28: Feed-in Tariffs for Different Renewable Energy Sources (MYR/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, Malaysia, 2017 73
  • Table 29: Power Market, Pakistan, Proposed Feed-in-Tariff for Solar Power by Region ($/kWh), 2015 87
  • Table 30: Power Market, Pakistan, Proposed Feed-in-Tariff for Solar Power by Region ($/kWh), 2016 87
  • Table 31: Power Market, Pakistan, Proposed Feed-in-Tariff for Wind Power by Region, 2016 87
  • Table 32: Power Market, Pakistan, Feed-in-Tariff for Small Hydropower by Category ($/kWh), 2016 88
  • Table 33: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Philippines, 2013-2016 91
  • Table 34: Renewable Energy, South Korea, Target for New and Renewable Energies (%) 99
  • Table 35: Renewable Portfolio Standards, South Korea, Targets (%), 2012-2024 100
  • Table 36: Allocation of Renewable Energy Certificates, South Korea, 2017 101
  • Table 37: Installed Renewable Capacity Targets by Energy Source (MW), Taiwan, 2015 106
  • Table 38: Feed-in Tariffs for Solar PV and Wind Power ($/kWh and TWD/kWh), Taiwan, 2012-2013 107
  • Table 39: Feed-in Tariffs by Individual Energy Sources ($/kWh), Taiwan, 2015 107
  • Table 40: Tentative Feed-in Tariffs (TWD and $), Taiwan, 2017 108
  • Table 41: Final Feed-in Tariffs (TWD and $), Taiwan, 2017 109
  • Table 42: Estimated Contributions by Various Energy Sources to the Capacity Mix (%), Thailand, 2014 and 2036 112
  • Table 43: Feed-in Tariffs ($/kWh), Thailand, 2015-2036 114
  • Table 44: Solar Power Feed-in Tariffs ($/kWh), Thailand, 2015-2036 114
  • Table 45: Share of Various Energy Sources in Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation in Original and Revised Power Development Plan VII (%), Vietnam, 2020-2030 120
  • Table 46: Renewable Energy Targets for Total Primary Energy Consumption, Renewable Energy Market, Vietnam, 2020-2050 123
  • Table 47: Abbreviations 126
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