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全球分散式電源管理系統(DERMS)市場:技術·引進·市場機會

Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems 2014: Technologies, Deployments and Opportunities

出版商 Greentech Media Inc. 商品編碼 315660
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全球分散式電源管理系統(DERMS)市場:技術·引進·市場機會 Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems 2014: Technologies, Deployments and Opportunities
出版日期: 2014年10月07日 內容資訊: 英文
簡介

全球電力市場在電力市場分散化的轉變及分散型發電方式急增發展下的結果,造成以配電網為中心,對業界整體的各種影響及課題(確保安全性等)。分散型電源管理系統是(DERMS)即時監視配電網的安全性之軟體型解決方案,是今後可更有效率管理輸配電網及確保安全性的手段。全球DERMS市場仍處於初期階段,技術性的課題仍然不少,但在朝電力分散化及可再生能源的活用這個趨勢發展的地區,今後有莫大成長的可能性。

本報告提供全球的分散式電源管理系統(DERMS)市場現狀與未來性相關分析,提供全球電力業(公共事業產業)現況及DERMS市場促進·阻礙因素,技術性特徵,全球各地區的詳細趨勢,各國政府的普及支援策略,預測將參與的供應商簡介等資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 簡介

第2章 分散式能源供給(DER)的登場

  • DER的急速成長
  • DER轉變顯著的州
  • 聯邦政府的DER相關法規之變更·獎勵
  • 公共事業之再生能源·分散式發電(DG)的隱憂
  • DER整合的經濟性
  • 實現在配電feeder上引進更高度的DER

第3章 技術

  • 引進分散式情報功能
  • 太陽能電池(PV)模組用智慧變頻器
  • 電壓·無效電力的控制
  • 一體化平台

第4章 DERMS(分散式電源管理系統)定義

  • DERMS的功能定義
  • 公共事業對企業來說的DERMS提案價值
  • 現有基礎設施的結構與活用

第5章 配電網上的資源管理

  • DERMS解決方案的種類
  • 建立DERMS的產業案例

第6章 北美的使用辭令

  • 北美的DERMS市場分析
  • 北美的資金籌措機會
  • Duke Energy Carolinas
  • Power Shift Atlantic
  • 夏威夷州的情況
  • Electric Power Board of Chattanooga
  • First Energy and BPL Global

第7章 歐洲·日本的DERMS的利用案例

  • 歐洲的DER一體化措施
  • 歐洲的代表性配合措施
  • 法國
  • 德國
  • 丹麥
  • 日本

第8章 市場分類和供應商分析

  • 市場分類
  • 資金籌措活動與企業合併·收購(M&A)
  • 競爭情形
  • 值得注意的企業
  • 預定參與的配電解決方案供應商

第9章 市場規模與其預測

  • 分析範圍
  • 預測計劃
  • 北美的DERMS市場目前市場規模
  • 市場潛在力相關認識
  • 北美的DERMS市場規模的預測

第10章 結論

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目錄

Spurred by a fundamental shift towards decentralization, the proliferation of distributed generation is creating an undeniably profound and real effect on the utility industry, not only threatening to disrupt the present business models, but furthermore jeopardizing grid stability. A Distributed Energy Resource Management System (DERMS) is a softwarebased solution that increases an operator's real-time visibility into its underlying distributed resource capabilities, enabling a heightened level of control and flexibility necessary to more effectively manage the technical challenges posed by an increasingly distributed grid. While the global DERMS market is fairly nascent, regions with higher distributed and renewable generation tend to have a higher degree of adoption. The DERMS market can be segmented into distinct groups, each highly customizable on a project-by-project basis.

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Vendors approach this market with a variety of perspectives and diverse experiences. By leveraging existing technologies and participating in various global development and funding opportunities, several players are emerging as market leaders. As escalating consumer DER adoption proliferates, operators will continue to move towards development and deployment of this technology, suggesting an optimistic near-future outlook.

The report includes:

  • Comprehensive market analysis and description
  • Industry drivers, trends, barriers, and
  • technology evolution
  • North American market sizing and forecast
  • North American and selected international (France,
  • Germany, and Japan) case studies and initiatives
  • Market taxonomies and competitive vendor/utility
  • landscapes

Sample Figures

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction

  • 1.1. Scope
  • 1.2. Market Overview
  • 1.3. Vendor Landscape
  • 1.4. Utility Landscape
  • 1.5. Key Findings

2. Emergence of Distributed Energy Resources

  • 2.1. Proliferation of DERs
  • 2.3. Notable States Moving towards DER Integration
  • 2.4. Federal DER Related Regulation Changes and Incentives
  • 2.5. Utility Renewable & DG Concerns
  • 2.6. DER Aggregation Economics
  • 2.7. Enabling Higher DER Accommodation on Distribution Feeder

3. Technology

  • 3.1. Introducing Distributed Intelligence
  • 3.2. Smart Inverters for PV Modules
  • 3.3. Volt-VAR Control
  • 3.4. Aggregation Platforms

4. Defining DERMS

  • 4.1. Defining DERMS Functionality
  • 4.2. Utility Value Proposition of DERMS
  • 4.3. Architecture and Leveraging Existing Infrastructure

5. Resource Management on the Distribution Grid

  • 5.1. Types of DERMS Solutions
  • 5.2. Making a DERMS Business Case

6. North American Use Cases

  • 6.1. North American DERMS Analysis
  • 6.2. North American Funding Opportunities
  • 6.3. Duke Energy Carolinas
  • 6.4. Power Shift Atlantic
  • 6.5. Hawaii
  • 6.6. Electric Power Board of Chattanooga
  • 6.7. First Energy and BPL Global

7. European and Japanese DERMS Use Cases

  • 7.1. European DER Integration Initiatives
  • 7.2. Selected European Initiatives
  • 7.3. France
  • 7.4. Germany
  • 7.5. Denmark
  • 7.6. Japan

8. Market Taxonomy and Vendor Analysis

  • 8.1. Market Taxonomy
  • 8.2. Funding Activities and M&A
  • 8.3. Competitive Landscape
  • 8.4. Enterprise-Level Vendors to Watch Out For
  • 8.5. Up-and-Coming Distributed Solution Providers

9. Market Size and Forecast

  • 9.1. Scope
  • 9.2. Forecast Plan
  • 9.3. Present Value of North American DERMS Market
  • 9.4. Recognizing the Market Potential
  • 9.5. North American DERMS Market Forecast

10. Conclusion

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1. Introduction

  • Decreasing Cost and Increasing Deployments of US Distributed Solar
  • North American DERMS Deployment Overview
  • DERMS Vendor Landscape

2. Emergence of Distributed Energy Resources

  • Distributed Solar Feeder Capacity in the Continental US
  • Benefits of Distributed Generation
  • Typical DR Market Stakeholders
  • California Independent System Operator Flexible Capacity Requirements
  • US State Regulatory Overhaul
  • NY Enhanced Demand Reponses Incentives
  • FERC Order 792 Fast Track Eligibility for Inverter-Based Systems
  • Technical Concerns with High PV Penetration on Distribution
  • Inverter Fault Ride Through Functionality
  • DER Aggregation Economics, Value Streams
  • DER Technology Options
  • Utility Value from Interoperability

3. Technology

  • Distributed Intelligence
  • Review of Advanced Grid Support Requirements in Various Geographies
  • Common Smart Inverter Functionalities
  • Smart Inverter Frequency-Watt Function
  • Smart Inverter Functions to Provide DERMS Enterprise Services
  • Various Approaches to Volt-VAR Control
  • Enabling DER Opportunities through Aggregation Technologies

4. Defining DERMS

  • Evolution of DER Management
  • Key DERMS Functionalities
  • DERMS Drivers and Benefits
  • DERMS Utility Proposition
  • Approaches to DERMS Control

5. Resource Management on the Distribution Grid

  • Defining DERMS Categories
  • Deployment Type General Characterizations
  • DERMS Financing

6. North American Use Cases

  • North American DERMS Deployments
  • North American DERMS Market Segmentation
  • Duke Energy's McAlpine Pilot Microgrid
  • Power Shift Atlantic Project Participants
  • Hawaii DERMS Technology R&D Projects
  • Maui Smart Grid Objectives
  • EPB Chattanooga VPP

7. European and Japanese DERMS Use Cases

  • Selected European DER Integration Initiatives
  • Overview of Grid4EU Demonstration Projects
  • iGREENGrid Demonstration Project Overview
  • FENIX Initiative
  • Other Relevant European Smart Grid Initiatives
  • French DERMS Deployments
  • DERMS Pilot Deployments in France's PACA Region
  • ReFlexE System Architecture
  • Germany DERMS Deployments
  • Germany E-Energy R&D and Pilot Deployments
  • Selected Danish DERMS R&D and Pilot Projects
  • EcoGrid EU Wholesale Market
  • Japanese Transmission Infrastructure as of 2010
  • Japanese DERMS Deployments
  • Japanese NEDO Projects, Mitigating Renewable Fluctuation

8. Market Taxonomy and Vendor Analysis

  • DERMS Vendor Ecosystem
  • Alternative Approaches to Address Distribution Grid Management
  • North American ADMS/DMS Deployments at 30 Top Utilities
  • Venture Capital and Research Grant Funding for DERMS
  • Venture Capital and Public Funding
  • DERMS Market Activities
  • Mergers, Acquisitions, & Partnerships in the DERMS Market
  • DERMS Product General Capabilities
  • Top Centralized DERMS Solution Vendor Ranking
  • Top Distributed DERMS-specific Solution Vendor Rankings
  • Alstom Global DERMS Deployments
  • Siemens DERMS Solution Bundle
  • Smarter Grid Solutions Active Network Management Offering
  • Spirae BlueFin Control Architecture

9. Market Size and Forecast

  • North American DERMS Projects by Supporting Organization
  • North American Total DERMS Expenditure through Q3 2014 by Deployment Type
  • North American Total DERMS Expenditure through Q3 2014 by DERMS Type
  • Expected DER Installed Capacity
  • State Selection Criteria
  • Market Forecast Range of North American DERMS Software Solutions
  • Base Case Market Forecast of North American DERMS Software Solutions
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