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オーストラリアの統合分散型エネルギー源(DER)への投資

Capitalizing On Integrated DER in Australia

 

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Navigant Research
ナビガントリサーチ
2018年3月US$1,000
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米国調査会社ナビガントリサーチ(Navigant Research)の調査レポート「オーストラリアの統合分散型エネルギー源(DER)への投資」は、オーストラリアがなぜ分散型エネルギー源(DER)の技術や戦略への投資における理想的な環境であるのかについて論じている。現在の世界市場の幅広い用途で、これらのソリューションがどのように収益機会を提供しているのかや、数社のオーストラリアのベンダが最前線に立っていることについても述べている。高度遠隔マイクログリッド、プロシューマーベースの仮想発電所(VPP)、ブロックチェーンなどの最先端のトランザクティブエネルギー(TE)の選択肢といったオーストラリアのDER統合のイニシアチブの見通しについて解説し、これらが公益事業者、専用技術ベンダ、消費者に与えるであろう影響についても述べている。

In the past, Australia has been viewed by many as an isolated energy market of little relevance to the global Energy Cloud ecosystem. Recent power outages, wholesale and retail price spikes, and among the highest penetrations of distributed solar PV in the world have made Australia a focal point of innovations today—especially when it comes to distributed energy resources (DER) integration. Navigant Research views Australia as an incubator and a laboratory where DER opportunities ranging from remote microgrids to virtual power plants (VPPs) to transactive energy (TE) can be tested and validated.

The discussion in Australia boils down to the business case behind customers remaining with the grid network, contrasted with the impulse to abandon the grid. Utilities and grid operators around the world face constituents that are debating this seemingly polarized choice. Yet, if implemented correctly, DER integration solutions can offer consumers—and prosumers—the benefits of resiliency and reliability and participation in what has been described as the electron commons, sharing the benefits embedded in clean energy assets. Australia is one place where the promises of DER can be validated sooner rather than later for both prosumers and consumers.

This Navigant Research report discusses why Australia is an ideal environment to capitalize on DER integration technologies and strategies. The study also examines how these solutions offer revenue opportunities with wide-ranging applications for global markets today and how some Australian vendors are leading the charge. It explores the prospects provided by Australia’s DER integration initiatives, including advanced remote microgrids, prosumer-based VPPs, and cutting-edge TE options such as blockchain, and how they will affect utilities, private technology vendors, and consumers.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • Why is Australia such a hotspot for distributed energy resources (DER) integration innovation?
  • Which Australian vendors are leading the charge on DER integration?
  • Which utility from Australia has committed to becoming the world’s leading microgrid company?
  • Which well-known energy storage innovator claims to be developing the largest virtual power plant (VPP) in the world in Australia?
  • How are transactive energy (TE) pilot programs being deployed in Australia—and why?
  • What specific projects in Australia are showcasing new DER integration technologies and business models?
  • Which DER integration platform—microgrid, VPP, or TE—is dominant today and which may be the wave of the future?
Who needs this report?
  • Global distributed energy resources (DER) integration specialists
  • Microgrid controls vendors
  • Virtual power plant (VPP) software providers
  • Transactive energy vendors
  • Energy storage purveyors
  • Utilities and grid operators
  • Energy system regulators
  • Investor community


目次

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Australia Steals Global Spotlight on DER Integration

Australia Is Helping to Shape Global DER Strategies

Australia Building On Historical Legacy of Remote Microgrids

Utilities Committing to the Microgrid Value Proposition

Private Sector Companies Are Leading Microgrid Innovators

Consumers Yet to See Full Benefits of Increased DER Penetration

VPPs Represent the Next Wave of DER Innovations

Utilities Jump on VPP Bandwagon

Both Local and Global Private Sector Companies Deploying VPPs

Consumers to Reap Benefits of Increased DER Portfolios

TE Will Change Utility-Customer Relationships

Utilities to Benefit Even without Direct Control

Private Vendors in Australia Are Market Movers

Consumers to Lose Subsidies, Gain Flexibility

Learn from Australia’s 2050 Electricity Market Goals

Global Utilities: Is Bigger Really Better?

Global Vendors Should Take Risks

Australian Utilities and Vendors Should Partner

Consumers Should Become Prosumers

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual Tally of TE Pilots by Region/Country, World Markets: 2006-2018
  • Rooftop Solar PV and Battery Storage Adoption, Australia: 2015-2050

 

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[プレスリリース原文]

Australia Is Positioned As an Incubator, Laboratory for Distributed Energy Resources Opportunities

Reliability, flexibility, and cost concerns around the nation’s power infrastructure are rapidly pushing DER innovation forward

March 28, 2018

A new report from Navigant Research examines Australia as an ideal environment to capitalize on distributed energy resources (DER) integration technologies and strategies.

While Australia is often perceived as an isolated energy market, recent developments are steering industry focus its way. Power outages, wholesale and retail price spikes, and among the highest penetrations of distributed solar PV in the world are laying the groundwork for energy innovation in Australia, especially when it comes to DER integration.  According to a new report from Navigant Research, Australia has become an incubator and a laboratory where DER opportunities ranging from remote microgrids to virtual power plants (VPPs) to transactive energy (TE) can be tested and validated.

“Blackouts and skyrocketing retail power prices in 2017 have created the perfect storm in Australia for quick answers to reliability, flexibility, and cost containment,” says Peter Asmus, research director with Navigant Research. “If there is one place in the world where the promises of DER can be validated sooner rather than later, for both prosumers and consumers, that place is Australia.”

According to the report, the discussion in Australia boils down to the business case behind customers remaining with the grid network, contrasted with the impulse to abandon the grid. If implemented right, DER integration solutions offer the benefits of resiliency, reliability, and participation in what has been described as the electron commons, sharing the economic and environmental benefit embedded in clean energy assets.

The report, Capitalizing On Integrated DER in Australia, discusses why Australia is an ideal environment for DER integration technologies and strategies. The study also examines how these solutions offer revenue opportunities with wide-ranging applications for global markets today and how some Australian vendors are leading the charge. It explores the prospects provided by Australia’s DER integration initiatives, including advanced remote microgrids, prosumer-based VPPs, and cutting-edge TE options such as blockchain, and how they will affect utilities, private technology vendors, and consumers.

 

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