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GCCにおける新興の再生可能エネルギーの導入

Emerging Renewable Energy Implementation in GCC

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GCCにおける新興の再生可能エネルギーの導入 Emerging Renewable Energy Implementation in GCC
出版日: 2014年06月23日 ページ情報: 英文 105 Pages
概要

GCC(湾岸協力会議)地域の経済は、世界の主要市場(特にアジア太平洋地域、欧州向け)の石油・ガスの輸出にほぼ完全に依存しています。国内消費の増加に伴って、輸出可能な量は減少し、収益の減少につながっています。各国政府は産業の多様化を試みるようになり、発電源として再生可能エネルギーを検討し始めています。

当レポートでは、GCCにおける再生可能エネルギーについて調査分析し、潜在性、各国の現状(概要、発展と将来目標、政策の枠組み)などについて、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 GCCにおける再生可能エネルギーの台頭

第2章 GCCにおける再生可能エネルギー源の潜在性

  • 太陽光
  • 風力
  • 廃棄物発電(WTE)
  • バイオガス

第3章 サウジアラビア

  • 電力部門の概要
  • 再生可能エネルギーの発展と将来の容量目標
  • 再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み

第4章 アラブ首長国連邦

  • 電力部門の概要
  • 再生可能エネルギーの発展と将来の容量目標
  • 再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み

第5章 バーレーン

  • 電力部門の概要
  • 再生可能エネルギーの発展と将来の容量目標
  • 再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み

第6章 クウェート

  • 電力部門の概要
  • 再生可能エネルギーの発展と将来の容量目標
  • 再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み

第7章 オマーン

  • 電力部門の概要
  • 再生可能エネルギーの発展と将来の容量目標
  • 再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み

第8章 カタール

  • 電力部門の概要
  • 再生可能エネルギーの発展と将来の容量目標
  • 再生可能エネルギー政策の枠組み

第9章 GCCの電力供給網インフラ

第10章 再生可能エネルギー部門の動向

  • スマートグリッドの市場機会
  • 再生可能エネルギープロジェクトの投資
  • 奨励策と関税構造
  • 電力消費の増加

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目次

GCC region is shifting focus from its most prized asset, hydrocarbons. Oil and gas, though, still dominates the trade in and out of the GCC Region but it is looking to develop its renewable sources of energy as well. All the GCC countries have started to take the renewable energy way, contrary to their most important possession, non renewable (Hydrocarbons). The growing economy with growing population has affected a growth in the urbanization in these nations which has resulted in an increase in consumption of oil and gas. The GCC region is one region in the world that requires energy even for drinking water which is produced by desalination of sea water. Growing population means more demand of water requiring more energy. The increasing in house consumption of energy sources has the GCC region worried over the increasing share it has to divert domestically, leaving comparatively lesser for export.

The economy of the GCC region almost entirely depends on the export of oil and gas to the major markets in the world, Asia Pacific and Europe. With an increase in domestic consumption, as is being predicted, the quantity available for export will keep on reducing leading to a decrease in revenue, jolting the whole economy on the countries. The signs of decrease in the oil and gas exports have already begun to show reflecting in the decreased petro dollars from the commodities and the governments increasingly trying to diversify their industries. The nations have started realizing that they can't depend on oil and gas forever to produce electricity and water and have, thus, now started looking towards renewable sources of energy for power generation.

The financial capability of the GCC Region countries to support the advent of renewable energy in their power system is beyond a doubt. However, renewable energy initiatives still take a back seat in the energy agenda of these countries mainly because of it being the comparatively more expensive source of power than the subsidized fossil fuel power generation and distribution. But the ample solar power availability and wind power in some regions are factors which when seen together with the need and the opportunities obtainable are big enough to attract attention of the industry majors.

Solar holds the key to renewable energy development in the GCC region as it is the single most abundant renewable source of energy available there. The solar potential of the GCC countries is supposed to be one of the highest in the world. GCC is a rainless region which experiences clear skies for 80% of the year, thus, continuous solar radiation for a major part of the year. The solar radiation that the GCC region receives is enough to encourage the photovoltaic and concentrating solar power industries in the region. This gives two options of generating electricity through the solar energy, ample amounts of which are available and can be exploited thoroughly. As the region is moving towards renewable energy, solar power is being deemed as the top renewable source which will be exploited for power production. The results of the solar radiation studies have encouraged more and more investment in the sector.

“Emerging Renewable Energy Implementation in GCC”: Report Highlights:

  • Emergence of Renewable Energy in GCC
  • Renewable Energy Resource Potential Analysis
  • Renewable Energy Development by Country
  • Renewable Energy Capacity Target by Country
  • Renewable Energy Policy Framework
  • Renewable Energy Sector Trends

Table of Contents

1. Emergence of Renewable Energy in GCC

2. GCC Renewable Energy Resource Potential

  • 2.1. Solar
  • 2.2. Wind
  • 2.3. Waste to Energy
  • 2.4. Biogas

3. Saudi Arabia

  • 3.1. Power Sector Overview
  • 3.2. Renewable Energy Development & Future Capacity Target
  • 3.3. Renewable Energy Policy Framework

4. United Arab Emirates

  • 4.1. Power Sector Overview
  • 4.2. Renewable Energy Development & Future Capacity Target
  • 4.3. Renewable Energy Policy Framework

5. Bahrain

  • 5.1. Power Sector Overview
  • 5.2. Renewable Energy Development & Future Capacity Target
  • 5.3. Renewable Energy Policy Framework

6. Kuwait

  • 6.1. Power Sector Overview
  • 6.2. Renewable Energy Development & Future Capacity Target
  • 6.3. Renewable Energy Policy Framework

7. Oman

  • 7.1. Power Sector Overview
  • 7.2. Renewable Energy Development & Future Capacity Target
  • 7.3. Renewable Energy Policy Framework

8. Qatar

  • 8.1. Power Sector Overview
  • 8.2. Renewable Energy Development & Future Capacity Target
  • 8.3. Renewable Energy Policy Framework

9. GCC Electricity Grid Infrastructure

10. Renewable Energy Sector Trends

  • 10.1. Market Opportunity Smart Grid Solutions
  • 10.2. Investments in Renewable energy Projects
  • 10.3. Incentive & Tariff Structure
  • 10.4. Rising Electricity Consumption

List of Figures

  • Figure 2-1: Global - Solar Radiation Map
  • Figure 2-2: GCC Solar Radiation Map
  • Figure 2-3: GCC - Solar Power Generation Capacity Per Day(MW)
  • Figure 2-4: GCC - Daily Average Solar Radiation by Country
  • Figure 2-5: GCC - Monthly Average Wind Speed by Country
  • Figure 2-6: GCC - Waste Generation by Type
  • Figure 2-7: GCC - Municipal Solid Waste Generation by Country
  • Figure 3-1: Saudi Arabia - Solar Radiation Map
  • Figure 3-2: Saudi Arabia - Desalination Cost by Solar Power Based Technology, US$/m3
  • Figure 3-3: Saudi Arabia Renewable Energy Capacity Target (GW), 2018, 2020, 2027 & 2032
  • Figure 3-4: Saudi Arabia - Renewable Energy Capacity by Fuel (GW), 2030
  • Figure 3-5: Saudi Arabia - Renewable Energy Capacity by Fuel (GW), 2032
  • Figure 3-6: Saudi Arabia - Renewable Energy Capacity by fuel (%), 2032
  • Figure 3-7: Saudi Arabia - Solar PV & Solar Thermal based Power Generation Capacity (GW), 2032
  • Figure 3-8: Saudi Arabia - Solar Power Generation Capacity Target (GW), 2020 & 2032
  • Figure 3-9: Saudi Arabia - Share of Solar Power in Electricity Generation, 2020
  • Figure 3-10: Saudi Arabia - Share of Solar Power in Electricity Generation, 2032
  • Figure 3-11: Saudi Arabia - Renewable Energy Investment, US$ Billion
  • Figure 4-1: UAE - Power Generation Capacity Additions, (MW)
  • Figure 4-2: UAE - Abu Dhabi Renewable Energy Target, 2020
  • Figure 4-3: UAE - Dubai Renewable Energy Target, 2030
  • Figure 4-4: UAE - Dubai Share of Solar Power in Electricity Installed Capacity, 2020 & 2030
  • Figure 4-5: UAE - Solar Radiation Map
  • Figure 4-6: UAE - Share of Nuclear Power in Total Energy Matrix, 2020
  • Figure 4-7: UAE - Renewable Energy Sector Investment, US$ Billion
  • Figure 4-8: UAE - Dubai Electricity Generation Capacity by Fuel, 2030
  • Figure 5-1: Bahrain - Percentage Change in Electricity Consumption, 2000-2011
  • Figure 5-2: Bahrain - Electricity Generation Capacity (MW), 2008-2011
  • Figure 5-3: Bahrain - Electricity Consumption (GWh), 2008-2010
  • Figure 5-4: Bahrain - Peak Load (MW), 2008-2011
  • Figure 5-5: Bahrain - Monthly Average Daily Global Radiation and Average Sunshine Hours
  • Figure 5-6: Bahrain - Mean Annual Wind Speed by Month
  • Figure 5-7: Bahrain - Share of Renewable Energy in Electricity Matrix, 2030
  • Figure 6-1: Kuwait - Oil Consumption in Power Generation (%), 2010 & 2020
  • Figure 6-2: Kuwait - Electricity Generation Capacity (MW), 2010 & 2011
  • Figure 6-3: Kuwait - Solar Radiation Map
  • Figure 6-4: Kuwait - Share of Renewable Energy in Electricity Matrix, 2020 & 2030
  • Figure 6-5: Kuwait - Kuwait Renewable Energy Investments, US$ Million
  • Figure 7-1: Oman - Peak Demand for Electricity (MW), 2010 & 2012
  • Figure 7-2: Oman - Electricity Generation Capacity Addition by Projects ( MW), 2016
  • Figure 7-3: Oman - Share of Renewable Energy in Electricity Matrix, 2020
  • Figure 7-4: Oman - Solar Radiation Map (MWh/m2)
  • Figure 8-1: Qatar - Electricity Generation Capacity (MW), 2008-2011
  • Figure 8-2: Qatar - Solar Radiation Map
  • Figure 8-3: Qatar - Renewable Energy Investments, US$ Billion
  • Figure 8-4: Qatar - Share of Renewable Energy in Electricity Matrix, 2024
  • Figure 8-5: Qatar - Solar Power Capacity Target (MW), 2020 & 2024
  • Figure 9-1: GCC - Electricity Demand (MW), 2020 & 2028
  • Figure 9-2: GCC - Interconnection Grid
  • Figure 10-1: GCC - Renewable Energy Investments by Country

List of Tables

  • Table 4-1: UAE - Planned Nuclear Power Reactors
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