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新建設住宅建設的能源整合

New Home Construction Energy Integration

出版商 Navigant Research 商品編碼 914963
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 16 Pages
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新建設住宅建設的能源整合 New Home Construction Energy Integration
出版日期: 2019年10月30日內容資訊: 英文 16 Pages
簡介

本報告提供新住宅建設的能源技術整合相關調查,提供在新建設住宅中促進分散式能源資源 (DER) 技術引進的法規,住宅建設業者從未來的住宅用能源服務實現的這個地位所能獲得的優點,新建設住宅建設可利用的解決方案,地主可利用的解決方案,新建設住宅市場的DER OEM的方法等相關分析。

序文

背景

建議

能源系統的整合在新建設住宅所提供的價值

  • 能源正在成為新住宅法規中的核心問題
  • 第三方商業化實現了房東可成為能源供應商

新建築為新能源解決方案提供最佳機會

  • 通過單戶和多戶家庭自消費獲取DER收入
  • 第三方提供現場能源
  • 建立節能社區

參與是可持續未來的關鍵

  • 國家監管機構應啟用一次性試驗以進行試驗,並豁免特定項目規則
  • 系統集成商需要對潛在收益進行教育,並不斷吸引住宅物業開發商
  • 供應商應尋求為此市場構建特定的技術解決方案,並確保系統兼容性
  • 金融機構在進行信用評估時必須認識到新能源技術的價值
  • 房屋建築商和多物業業主應從其發展中探索潛在的能源收入來源
目錄
Product Code: SI-NHCEI-19

Traditionally, home builders have seen energy technologies as a sunk cost needed to comply with customer needs or, in the best case, as luxury items to add to the perceived value of a property. However, a combination of policies reducing the environmental footprint of housing, promoting technology development, and changing customer behavior in favor of sustainable products is driving the integration of new energy technologies in new build residential developments.

Decarbonization of the residential sector is critical, however, until recently, decarbonization has been achieved mostly through energy efficiency improvements. Alternatives, such as green electricity procurement, depended on a utility's decision to offer the solution to the customer. Distributed energy resources (DER) have changed that; consumers can now generate their own electricity.

This Navigant Research Strategy Insight report discusses how these trends affect new home construction and how regulators, homebuilders, energy suppliers, and OEMs can together address residential energy needs with solutions that go beyond a single home installation. Stakeholders can adopt new technologies and business models to ensure new builds meet the highest environmental criteria while bringing value to both the homeowner and the energy ecosystem. The study focuses on the following emerging strategies: self-consumption, landlord to tenant energy services, and energy communities. It also looks at case studies that highlight successful approaches and barriers encountered by energy players employing these strategies.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • Which regulations are driving the adoption of distributed energy resources (DER) technologies in new builds?
  • How can homebuilders benefit from their position to enable the residential energy services of the future?
  • Which solutions are available to new homebuilders?
  • Which solutions are available to landlords?
  • How should DER OEMs approach the new build residential market?
  • Why is time-to-market with innovative DER solutions key for energy players?

Who Needs This Report:

  • Homebuilders
  • Residential landlords
  • Utilities and energy suppliers
  • DER technology providers, systems integrators, and financiers
  • Residential solar providers
  • Energy storage OEMs
  • EV technology providers
  • Smart home companies
  • Energy service companies and project financers
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Integrating Energy Systems in New Homes Offers Value

  • Energy Is Becoming a Central Issue in New Build Residential Regulations
    • Emerging Self-Sufficiency Standards for New Builds
    • Aggregating Meters
      • France Implements a Collective Self-Consumption Model
      • Switzerland Introduces a Self-Consumption Consortium Regulation
  • Third-Party Commercialization Allows Landlords to Become Energy Suppliers
    • Germany Formalizes Tenant Electricity Model

New Builds Offer the Best Opportunities for New Energy Solutions

  • Capturing DER Revenue Through Single and Multifamily-Unit Self-Consumption
  • Provisioning Third-Party Onsite Energy
    • Third-Party Energy Provision in Germany Showing Low Adoption Success
    • Badische Energy Sets Up Tenant Energy Projects
    • Stoke-on-Trent and Solarplicity Partner for Solar Tenant Energy Scheme
    • Tullamore by Mirvac Highlights Community Energy Scheme
  • Building Energy Communities
    • Developing Grid-Friends' Schoonschip Energy Community
    • Designing a Jasper Master-Planned Community in Arizona

Participation Is Key for a Sustainable Future

  • National Regulators Should Enable One-Off Pilots to Allow for Experimentation, Granting Exemptions from Rules for Specific Projects
  • Systems Integrators Need to Educate About Potential Benefits and Engage Residential Property Developers Continuously
  • Vendors Should Look to Build Specific Technology Solutions for this Market and Ensure System Compatibility
  • Financiers Must Recognize the Value Coming from New Energy Technologies in Their Credit Assessment Calculations
  • Homebuilders and Multi-Property Landlords Should Explore Potential Energy Revenue Streams from Their Developments

List of Charts and Figures

  • Tullamore Community Energy Scheme
  • Schoonschip Energy Community Plan
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