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日本:電力產業的國家概況

Japan: Electric Industry Country Profile 2014

出版商 StatPlan Energy Limited 商品編碼 296257
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 48 Pages
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日本:電力產業的國家概況 Japan: Electric Industry Country Profile 2014
出版日期: 2014年02月18日 內容資訊: 英文 48 Pages
簡介

日本的電力市場顯示一時的復甦徵兆,不過廠商依然依賴出口市場。

本報告提供日本的現在的公共事業市場相關分析、經濟與金融的主要資料、產業趨勢、發電趨勢、電力消耗量、輸配電網、電費及設備市場的分析、市場促進要素彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 大的課題

第2章 人口、人口統計

  • 主要統計
  • 人口減少的影響

第3章 經濟、金融統計

  • 主要資料:GDP、貿易收支、通貨膨脹、僱用
  • 日本製品的全球化

第4章 日本的能源產業

  • 依賴進口
  • 日本的電力供給產業的起源
  • 日本的電力供給產業結構
  • 資本支出

第5章 發電

  • 發電的發展
  • 待命電源
  • 核能事故
  • 福島

第6章 電力消耗量

  • 消費量:各部門
  • 客戶數、混合:各類型

第7章 供電網

第8章 配電網

第9章 電費&市場開放

  • 價格
  • 市場開放
  • 能源政策
  • 從穩定供給朝向需求反應
  • 更多的企業參與

第10章 設備市場

  • 變壓器的市場規模
  • 日本的變壓器製造產業檢討
  • 電纜市場
  • 電纜及線廠商
  • 電路、階段及導體
  • 絕緣體市場
  • 墊片及減振器市場
  • 輸配電塔
    • 鐵塔
    • 公共事業桿
  • 智慧電網
    • 智慧電網領域的主要企業
    • 智慧電表
  • 家電
    • 全球家電市場上日本
    • 主要市場,市場佔有率

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目錄

Japanese Electric Market Showing Tentative Signs of Recovery: Manufacturers Still Reliant on Export Markets for Growth but Utility CAPEX Steadily Growing

StatPlan Energy forecasts growth in demand for transformer, cable and wire, metering, towers and poles, insulators and spacers & dampers product segments.

A new report “Japan Electrical Industry Country Profile 2014” analyses the current utility market in Japan and concludes the following drivers are encouraging for the sector despite a fragile global economy:

  • Some utilities likely to switch on nuclear reactors again, returning the companies to profit
  • Japanese determination to maximise the Smart Communications opportunity
  • “ benomics”, the stimulus and fiscal spending measures introduced in 2013 by rime Minister Shinzo Abe, being regarded as a positive influence in a global recovery that continues to be extremely fragile.

“Japanese electrical goods manufacturers have worked hard at export initiatives in recent years, as economic impact of Fukushima hit home, taking utilities into the red as they faced escalating fuel costs. In the next few years we anticipate an opportunity to refocus on their home market” said StatPlan director David Dower, “we may be ahead of the game compared to other forecasters, but the key combination of smart communications and a return to nuclear generation offers interesting possibilities in the next five years”.

Table of Contents

1. THE BIG ISSUES

2. POPULATION AND DEMOGRAPHICS

  • 2.1. Key Statistics
  • 2.2. Impact of Population Decline

3. ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL STATISTICS

  • 3.1. Key Figures: GDP, trade balance, inflation, employment
  • 3.2. Globalisation of Japanese Production

4. THE JAPANESE ENERGY INDUSTRY

  • 4.1. Import Dependence
  • 4.2. Origins of the Japanese Electricity Supply Industry
  • 4.3. Structure of the Japanese Electricity Supply Industry
  • 4.4. Capital Expenditure

5. ELECTRICITY GENERATION

  • 5.1. Development of Generating Capacity
  • 5.2. Standby Power
  • 5.3. Nuclear Incidents
  • 5.4. Fukushima

6. ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION

  • 6.1. Consumption by Sector
  • 6.2. Customer Numbers and Mix by Type

7. THE TRANSMISSION NETWORK

8. THE DISTRIBUTION NETWORK

9. ELECTRICITY PRICES & MARKET LIBERALISATION

  • 9.1. Prices
  • 9.2. Market Liberalisation
  • 9.3. Energy Policy
  • 9.4. From Stable Supply to Demand Response
  • 9.5. Getting More Companies Involved

10. EQUIPMENT MARKETS

  • 10.1. Transformer Market Size
  • 10.2. Japanese Transformer Manufacturing Industry Review
  • 10.3. The Cable Market
  • 10.4. Cable and Wire Manufacturers
  • 10.5. Circuits, Phases and Conductors
  • 10.6. The Insulator Market
  • 10.7. The Spacers and Dampers Market
  • 10.7. The Transmission and Distribution Towers
    • 10.7.1. Steel Towers
    • 10.7.2. Utility Poles
  • 10.8. Smart Grid
    • 10.8.1. Leading Players in the Smart Grid Space
    • 10.8.2. Smart Meters
  • 10.9. Electrical and Electronic Appliances
    • 10.9.1. Japan in the Global Appliances Market
    • 10.9.2. Key Sectors, Market Shares

TABLES AND CHARTS

  • Figure 1: Japanese population, labour force and age dependency, 1990 to 2050
  • Figure 2: Import dependence; production, consumption, imports and exports of energy by type, Mtoe
  • Figure 3: Capital expenditure in the Japanese electrical supply industry, generation and T&D, 1976 - 2010
  • Figure 4: Growth of installed generating capacity, MW, Japan, 1900 - 2050
  • Figure 5: Electricity generation by energy source, TWh, 1990 - 2012
  • Figure 6: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Japan
  • Figure 7: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, Japan, 1900-2013
  • Figure 8: Major transmission links between service areas in Japan
  • Figure 9: onsumption of wire and cable, Japan, $ million, 2000 - 2017
  • Figure 10: Refrigerators, household shares of market leaders, 2009
  • Figure 11: Washing machines, household shares of market leaders, 2009
  • Figure 12: Air conditioners, household shares of market leaders, 2009
  • Figure 13: LCD TV, household shares of market leaders, 2009
  • Table 1: Population by age %, 1990 to 2050
  • Table 2: opulation by age ‘000s, 1990 to 2050
  • Table 3: Population working dependency, 1990 to 2050
  • Table 4: GDP value and growth, Japan and other regions, 1990 to 2017
  • Table 5: Exports and Imports, US$ billions, 1990 to 2012
  • Table 6: Inflation, 1990 to 2012
  • Table 7: Employment, adult and youth, 1990 to 2012
  • Table 8: Urban and rural population, 1990 to 2012
  • Table 9: Overseas production of Japanese goods, 2007
  • Table 10: Japanese EPCos, share of customers, sales GWh 2013
  • Table 11: CA EX Trends for apan's Top 3 E Cos, ¥ billion, 2009 -2012
  • Table 12: Electricity generation and consumption, TWh, 1990 to 2012
  • Table 13: Accidents and Revelations of Mismanagement in the Industry 1995-2004
  • Table 14: Voltage levels by km of the transmission and distribution networks in Japan, 2011
  • Table 15: Electricity prices in selected countries, December 2011
  • Table 16: Installed transformer capacity 2010, Japan, MVA
  • Table 17: Japanese power and distribution transformer manufacturers
  • Table 18: Top 10 tech companies in the world, 2012
  • Table 19: Top 5 electronic brands in the world, with market shares
  • Table 20: Penetration of household and electronic appliances
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