社區太陽能 (CS) 和虛擬網路電表 (VNM):公共事業技術的阻礙報告
Community Solar and Virtual Net Metering: Utility Technology Disruption Report
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 21 Pages; 17 Tables, Charts & Figures
|社區太陽能 (CS) 和虛擬網路電表 (VNM):公共事業技術的阻礙報告 Community Solar and Virtual Net Metering: Utility Technology Disruption Report|
|出版日期: 2016年03月18日||內容資訊: 英文 21 Pages; 17 Tables, Charts & Figures||
至2015年末美國88.6 MW的設備發電容量來自社區太陽能 (CS) 計劃，該收益規模估計為1億7500萬美元。國內的CS計劃的整體設備發電容量2020年預計為1.5 GW，市場規模預計成為25億美元。
本報告提供美國的社區太陽能 (CS) 調查虛擬網路電表 (VNM) 趨勢，CS及VNM定義和概要，能源生態系統的地位，技術、市場成熟度，目前引進情形，潛在市場，成本、需求分析，CS供應商環境，公共事業經營者的合作，公共事業經營者的傳統的經營模式的影響，各種經營模式的案例研究，公共事業經營者的策略等彙整資料。
Utility Technology Disruption Report
Utilities across the United States have been deploying community solar (CS) programs since 2010. These programs were designed to offer solar energy to residential and commercial users in multi-story buildings and those without an adequate roof to support solar electricity generation. Customers benefit from a solar project that is hosted outside the utility's premises but utilizes its transmission and distribution infrastructure. CS is enabled by virtual net metering, which allows consumers to offset part or all of their electricity bills with the electricity produced by the solar project. At the same time, utilities improve customer satisfaction and limit the economic and technical impact that rooftop solar generation can have on their business.
By the end of 2015, 88.6 MW of capacity was deployed under CS programs across the United States, representing an estimated $175 million in revenue from those installations. The total installed capacity for CS programs across the country is expected to be 1.5 GW in 2020, representing a $2.5 billion market. A number of drivers, such as lower system cost and sustained demand for clean energy in the residential and commercial sector, point toward the potential for CS to capture 2% of the solar market. However, the resulting decrease in utility control and increase in retail competition will require a rethinking of current utility business models and their electricity generation mix.
This slide-based Navigant Research Utility Technology Disruption Report examines the CS market in the United States, with a focus on technology and policy trends, customer adoption, utility rollouts, and the vendor landscape. Cost curve projections and adoption forecasts are provided through 2025, along with estimated capacity distribution by U.S. state. Featuring Navigant Research's Utility Technology Disruption Matrix and Execution Grid, the report also examines implications for traditional utility business models, provides utility case studies, and offers strategic recommendations for industry stakeholders to position for long-term success.