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ルーラルスマートグリッド:ユーティリティ導入・費用・戦略の調査

The Rural Smart Grid 2013: A Survey of Utility Deployment, Expenditure and Strategy

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ルーラルスマートグリッド:ユーティリティ導入・費用・戦略の調査 The Rural Smart Grid 2013: A Survey of Utility Deployment, Expenditure and Strategy
出版日: 2013年01月18日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

地方電力協働組合(Co-op)は全米における顧客の13%以上にサービスを提供していますが、10万人以上の顧客に提供している組合は30団体(900以上の団体中)以下です。これらのCo-opは国の配電線の40%以上を所有し、その共同サービス地域は国土の約4分の3をカバーしています。

当レポートでは、さまざまなルーラルユーティリティ団体の主要政策決定者を対象に実施した、AMIから配電自動化およびグリッドストレージまでに関するアンケート調査結果に基づき、ルーラルスマートグリッドの導入状況、今後の見通しなどを分析しており、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー・主要調査結果

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 地方電力協働組合(Co-op)の着実な前進

第4章 ルーラルスマートグリッド費用

第5章 先進メータリングインフラ(AMI)

  • グリッドへのゲートウェイ
  • 現状

第6章 需要管理

  • 価格反応型需要反応・消費者エンゲージメント
  • ホームエリアネットワーク(HAN)・ホームエネルギー管理(HEM)

第7章 配電自動化(DA)

  • DAへの関心の増加
  • 配電管理システム(DMS)
  • 電圧管理:CVR・VVO
  • 停電管理システム(OMS)

第8章 エネルギー不足・電気自動車

  • エネルギー不足と再生可能エネルギー
  • 電気自動車

第9章 課題・懸念

  • 規制の懸念・開発の課題
  • 分析

第10章 結論

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Abstract

Each year, GTM Research, in collaboration with the Rural Smart Grid Summit (RSGS), conducts a survey of key decision-makers from a diverse group of rural utilities in order to provide insight into that key emerging market segment. The findings presented in this report are based on a 41-question survey covering everything from AMI to distribution automation and grid storage.

Rural electric cooperative utilities (co-ops) serve over 13% of all U.S. customers, yet fewer than 30 (of over 900) of these utilities serve more than 100,000 customers. These co-ops own over 40% of the nation's distribution lines and their collective service territories cover about three-quarters of the nation's landmass.

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Today, they are slightly more advanced than municipal utilities in terms of their smart grid deployments to date. Despite being early adopters of technologies like AMR, rural utilities will deploy smart grid technologies at an incremental pace, spending approximately $2 billion less than their municipal counterparts in the next five years. However, the benefits of smart grid technologies indicate that these utilities will continue deploying them well into the future.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary and Key Findings

  • 1.1 Executive Summary
  • 1.2 Key Findings

2. Introduction

  • 2.1 Background
  • 2.2 Stimulus Funding
  • 2.3 Overview of Respondents

3. Rural Co-ops' Steady Progress

4. Rural Smart Grid Expenditure

5. Advanced Metering Infrastr ucture (AMI)

  • 5.1 Gateway to the Grid
  • 5.2 The Status Quo

6. Demand-Side Management

  • 6.1 Price-Responsive Demand Response and Consumer Engagement
  • 6.2 Home Area Network (HAN) and Home Energy Management (HEM)

7. Distr ibution Automation

  • 7.1 Growing Interest in DA
  • 7.2 Distribution Management Systems (DMS)
  • 7.3 Voltage Management: CVR and VVO
  • 7.4 Outage Management Systems (OMS)

8. Energy Storage and Electric Vehicles

  • 8.1 Energy Storage and Renewable Energy
  • 8.2 Electric Vehicles

9. Challenges and Concerns

  • 9.1 Regulatory Concerns and Deployment Challenges
  • 9.2 Analytics

10. Conclusion

List of Figures

1. Executive Summary And Key Findings

  • What Do You Consider To Be The Most Important Applications Of A Smart Grid?

2. Introduction

  • Size Distribution Of Cooperative Utilities In The United States
  • Comparison Of Cooperative Utilities To United States Totals (2011)
  • Cooperative Smart Grid Investment Grant Spending By Quarter
  • Usda Smart Grid And Total Loans To Rural Co-Ops, 2010-2013
  • Positions Of Respondents
  • No. Of Customers Served By Sectors (United States Co-Ops)
  • No. Of Customers Served By Sectors (Surveyed Utilities)
  • Distribution Of Survey Respondent Utilities By State And Total Endpoints

3. Rural Co-Ops' Steady Progress

  • Status Of Smart Grid Deployments
  • Weighted Average Status Of Smart Grid Deployment By The Number Of Customers
  • How Important Are Smart Grid Projects Relative To Your Overall Business Plan Over The Next Five-Year Period?

4. Rural Smart Grid Expenditure

  • Expected Spending Over The Next 5-Year Period
  • Ami Penetration Rate By Utility Ownership Type, 2010-2018

5. Advanced Metering Infrastr ucture (Ami)

  • Are Smart Meters A Prerequisite Of Your Utility's Vision Of A Smarter Grid?
  • When Will Smart Meters Be Deployed To The Majority Of Your Customers?
  • What Function(s) Of Your Ami Network Do You Currently Utilize?
  • Ami Vendor Market Share By Number Of Utilities Served
  • Selected Large Rural Co-Ops' Ami Deployments

6. Demand-Side Management

  • In Your Efforts To Educate Your Consumers On The Value Of Smart Grid Technologies And Applications, Which Areas Have You Stressed?
  • Does Your Utility Currently Offer A Dynamic Retail Rate?
  • In The Long Term, Your Utility Expects Demand Response Programs To Be Primarily Led By:
  • Your Utility Expects The Customer Gateway To The Home Area Network (HAN) To Be:
  • Has Your Utility Examined The Possibility Of Making Home Energy Management Systems And In-Home Displays "Rate-Recoverable"?

7. Distr ibution Automation

  • What Do You Consider To Be The Most Important Applications Of A Smart Grid?
  • Top 5 Benefits Of Implementing Smart Grid Technologies
  • Can Current Ami Communication/Networking Solutions Adequately Meet Bandwidth,Latency And Other Feature Requirements To Support Distribution Automation/Grid Optimization Projects?
  • Your Plan To Embed Sensors Throughout The Distribution Network (To Monitor Health And Performance Of The Grid) Is:
  • Distribution Management System Penetration By Utility Size
  • What Capabilities Does Your Distribution Management System (DMS) Offer? (By Utility Size)
  • Volt/VAR Control Penetration By Utility Size
  • Volt/VAR Control Deployment Vs. DMS Deployment
  • When Does Your Utility Expect To Have An Outage Management System (OMS)?

8. Energy Storage And Electric Vehicles

  • Is Your Utility Currently Exploring Energy Storage (For Either Centralized Or Distributed Applications)?
  • Is Your Utility Currently Exploring Formal Renewable Energy Generation Initiatives?
  • EV Charging Units In The States With The Most Co-Ops
  • An EV Demonstration Pilot Program For Your Utility Is Scheduled/ Likely To Begin:
  • What Is The Number-One Concern Related To The Introduction Of EVs?

9. Challenges And Concerns

  • Your Utility Believes It Will Face Dramatically Different Regulation And/ Or Legislation In The Next 5 Years In Which Of The Following Areas?
  • The Primary Challenge Related To A Successful Smart Grid Deployment Is:
  • Top 5 Areas Of Concern In Your Company's Ability To Assess And Deploy Smart Grid Technology
  • Technology Barriers Between What Your Utility Currently Wishes To Implement And What The Market Currently Offers
  • How Concerned Is Your Utility With The Challenges Related To Managing, Storing, Protecting And Effectively Utilizing The Potential Onslaught Of Data That Smart Grids May Bring?
  • Your Utility Holds The View That Granular Consumer Energy Data Is The Property Of:
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