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DER(分散式能源)創造製造商的現地能源機會

DER Creates Onsite Energy Opportunities for Manufacturers

出版商 Navigant Research 商品編碼 919342
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 21 Pages; 3 Tables, Charts & Figures
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DER(分散式能源)創造製造商的現地能源機會 DER Creates Onsite Energy Opportunities for Manufacturers
出版日期: 2019年12月19日內容資訊: 英文 21 Pages; 3 Tables, Charts & Figures
簡介

工業規模的製造商佔全球整體能源消費的40%。隨著DER (分散式能源) 技術成本降低、進化的融資機制、和新的商業模式,對於期望節省公共費用、達成永續目標的製造商而言將可實現現地能源管理。

本報告研究製造企業的現地能源機會,彙整達成降低能源目標和現地能源使用的管理方法、製造商發展DER時的融資機制與商業模式、製造業的現地能源管理市場成熟度等情報。

前言

背景

建議

永續目標推動工業現地能源管理

  • 改善工業效率的永續目標成為常規
  • 企業永續管理者尋求永續發展承諾的示範
  • 營運靈活性有助工業製造商達成永續目標

商業模式的選擇成敗了現地能源管理計畫

  • 儘管進行了永續行動,企業決策仍基於經濟利益及限制
  • 降低CAPEX的需求是PPA所面臨的現地DER課題
  • 製造現場的DER發展中,追加融資機制仍至關重要

製造企業獲得複數DER技術的相乘效果

  • 跨產業的製造商有各自的能源需求
  • CHP Plus成為能源密集型生產的常規標準
  • Bundled DER仍是改善回收的策略工具
  • 跨複數技術的價值累積機制越來越普及

現地能源管理是降低廢氣排放政策與電價上漲的防衛對策

  • 明確永續目標
  • 明確綜合性現地能源管理計畫的永續目標
  • 選擇開放規格而非基於專有技術的定制解決方案;其他
目錄
Product Code: SI-OESIM-19

Industrial-scale manufacturers are responsible for 40% of total energy consumption worldwide. As countries in all global regions achieve industrialization status, the manufacturing industry has an opportunity to reshape its relationship with energy through enhanced onsite energy management. The falling costs of distributed energy resources (DER) technologies, evolving financing mechanisms, and new business models are making improved onsite energy management feasible for industrial manufacturers looking to save on utility bills and achieve sustainability goals.

Technologies from onsite generation, energy storage, and fleet electrification technologies can pair with more traditionally implemented energy efficiency and demand response (DR) participation to add new value to manufacturing sites. Manufacturers that reduce emissions are more likely to remain attractive to the customers they supply by helping to reduce supply chain emissions. In addition, physical assets onsite allow manufacturers to demonstrate sustainability leadership. Direct financial benefits through new rebates and tax incentives, market revenue, and utility bill savings are also available.

This ‘Strategy Insight’ report from Navigant Research, a Guidehouse company, explores the drivers for managing large manufacturing energy loads onsite. The report contextualizes energy management decisions within a broader sustainability and clean energy procurement context. It compares a variety of DER to identify the values these technologies bring to the manufacturing vertical. The report also provides corporate energy managers and DER solutions providers with direction as to how to approach developing onsite energy strategies that derive greater value for industrial manufacturers.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • How will emissions standards and Scope 3 emissions targets affect the manufacturing industry?
  • How can industrial manufacturers meet energy savings targets and manage energy usage onsite?
  • Which DER are relevant to industrial manufacturing facilities?
  • What financing mechanisms and business models can industrial manufacturers use to deploy DER?
  • How mature is the manufacturing onsite energy management market?
  • In what ways can multiple DER stack value and generate additional benefits for industrial manufacturers?
  • What are the steps to designing an onsite energy strategy for manufacturing companies?

Who Needs This Report:

  • DER vendors
  • Demand side management program implementers
  • Energy as a service providers
  • Energy service companies and utilities
  • Corporate sustainability directors and energy managers
  • Industrial manufacturing facility managers
  • Retail energy suppliers
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Sustainability Targets Drive Industrial Onsite Energy Management

  • Sustainability Targets that Improve Industrial Efficiency Become the Norm
    • Case Study: Apple Pressures Solvay and Other Suppliers to Use Clean Energy
  • Corporate Sustainability Managers Seek Physical Demonstrations of Sustainability Commitments
  • Operational Flexibility Helps Industrial Manufacturers Achieve Sustainability Targets

Business Model Choice Makes or Breaks Onsite Energy Management Projects

  • Despite Sustainability Efforts, Corporate Decisions Are Based on Financial Benefits and Constraints
  • The Desire to Reduce CAPEX Challenges Onsite DER in the Face of PPAs
  • Additional Financing Mechanisms Remain Critical to Deploying DER at Manufacturing Sites
    • Case Study: ArcelorMittal Corporate Energy Management

Manufacturers Capture Synergistic Effects of Multiple DER Technologies

  • Manufacturers Across Industries Have Unique Energy Needs
  • CHP Plus Becomes the Norm for Energy-Intensive Production
  • Bundled DER Remain a Strategic Tool for Improving Payback
  • Mechanisms to Stack Value Across Multiple Technologies Are Becoming Prevalent
    • Case Study: Hybrid Battery and Gas Generator to Reduce United Steel Industries Fuel Costs
    • Case Study: Mars Sustainable in a Generation Facility Plan

Onsite Energy Management Hedges Against Emission Reduction Policy and Increasing Electricity Prices

  • Identify Sustainability Targets for Holistic Onsite Energy Management Planning
  • Note the Variety of DER Solution Sets Capable of Addressing Industrial Energy Needs
  • Opt for Open Standards Rather than Customized Solutions Based in Proprietary Technology
  • Explore Various Business Models to Improve Financial Feasibility
  • Capture the Value Stack and Synergistic Benefits Generated by Multiple DER Technologies

List of Charts and Figures

  • Relevant Technology Bundles Across Manufacturing Industries
  • DER Value Stacking Mechanisms for Industrial Manufacturers

List of Tables

  • Holistic Valuation Components for DR Participation, Including Utility Benefits
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