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전략적인 전화(Electrification)가 가져오는 전력부하 증가와 탄소 감축 기회

Strategic Electrification Offers Load Growth and Carbon Reduction Opportunities

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발행일 2018년 09월 상품 코드 714000
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전략적인 전화(Electrification)가 가져오는 전력부하 증가와 탄소 감축 기회 Strategic Electrification Offers Load Growth and Carbon Reduction Opportunities
발행일 : 2018년 09월 페이지 정보 : 영문 16 Pages

전략적인 전화(Electrification) 기술의 등장과 다양한 전개 전략 및 비지니스 모델에 대해 조사했으며, 전화를 낳는 저비용·친환경 기술 옵션, 전략적인 전화 기술이 고객·이해관계자의 에너지 이용·탄소 배출량 감축을 가능하게 하는 방법, 그리드 오퍼레이터, EV(전기자동차) 기술 벤더, 자동차 OEM, 유틸리티·에너지 공급업체에 대한 제안 등의 정보를 정리하여 전해드립니다.

1. 서론

2. 배경

3. 제안

4. 고객 및 그리드 이해관계자에 전화(Electrification) 기술이 등장

  • 실적 있는 전략적 전화 기술 비용이 하락
  • 전략적 전화 기술은 환경에 대한 영향을 줄일 수 있다
  • 전략적 전화는 그리드 최적화에 적응할 수 있다

5. 전화(Electrification)는 고객, 벤더, 그리드 이해관계자에게 새로운 옵션을 제공

  • 저비용, 친환경 기술 옵션을 통해 고객 및 그리드 이해관계자는 에너지 이용과 탄소 배출량 감축이 가능
  • 새로운 탄소 제거 옵션은 폴리시 제조업체에게 긍정적인 효과를 제공
  • 로컬 그리드 오퍼레이터 및 유틸리티의 그리드 최적화 옵션이 발전

6. 이해관계자를 위한 가이던스

  • 유틸리티 및 그리드 오퍼레이터는 전력부하 증가 및 그리드 최적화의 이점을 검토해야 한다
  • DER(분산형 에너지 자원) 기술 이해관계자는 전략적 전화로부터 이점을 얻거나 서포트하기 위해서 협력해야 한다
  • DER 기술 이해관계자는 새로운 비지니스 모델이 그리드에 대한 영향을 낮추는 것을 보장할 필요가 있다
  • DER 기술 이해관계자는 전기자동차 플릿 옵션의 잠재적인 이점에 중점을 둔다
  • DER 기술 이해관계자는 고객 중심의 금융 옵션을 개발할 필요가 있다
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List of Charts and Figures

  • BEV Carbon Lifecycle Gasoline Vehicle Emissions Equivalency
  • The Coupling of Consumer and Utility Value Across VPPs

Strategic electrification encompasses the deployment of new technology solutions that use distributed renewable energy instead of fossil fuels and less carbon-intensive grid-delivered electricity. Navigant Research defines strategic electrification as the deployment of cost-effective electrified technologies that lower costs, reduce environmental impacts, and enable local grid operators to flexibly reduce the cost and carbon intensity of delivered energy.

The electric power industry's shift from centralized generation toward cleaner distributed energy resources (DER) and smart grid solutions, known as the Energy Cloud, will create new opportunities for electrified technologies and energy sector stakeholders. The growth of electric transportation technologies such as light duty EVs, medium and heavy duty e-trucks, and e-buses is expected to increase load growth for grid operators. Other customer-focused strategic electrification technologies like solar PV, battery energy storage, air source heat pumps for space heating, cooling, and water heating, and certain industrial processes will play a lesser role in load growth. These technologies can also support local decarbonization strategies.

This Navigant Research report examines the emergence of strategic electrification technologies and various deployment strategies and business models. The study analyzes the lower cost, greener technology options that electrification creates and explores how they enable customers and grid stakeholders to reduce energy use and carbon emissions. It also provides recommendations for grid operators, EV technology vendors, automotive OEMs, and utilities and energy suppliers, among other energy sector stakeholders, on how to take advantage of the benefits of strategic electrification.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • What are strategic electrification technologies?
  • How can strategic electrification technologies lower customer and utility costs?
  • How can strategic electrification technologies reduce environmental impacts?
  • How can strategic electrification technologies flexibly reduce the cost and carbon intensity of peak energy use?
  • How can energy sector stakeholders implement new business models to deploy strategic electrification technologies?

Who Needs This Report:

  • Utilities and energy suppliers
  • Utility business model strategists
  • DER project developers, systems integrators, and financiers
  • C&I solar PV, energy storage, EV, and heat pump technology manufacturers
  • Industrial electric infrared and induction heater technology vendors
  • Electric natural gas pipeline compression systems technology vendors
  • DER management system software companies
  • Federal, state, and local policymakers
  • Investor community

Table Of Contents




Electrification Technologies Are Emerging for Customers and Grid Stakeholders

  • Costs for Proven Strategic Electrification Technology Are Dropping
  • Strategic Electrification Technologies Can Reduce Environmental Impacts
  • Strategic Electrification Is Capable of Grid Optimization

Electrification Creates New Options for Customers, Vendors, and Grid Stakeholders

  • Lower Cost, Greener Technology Options Enable Customers and Grid Stakeholders to Reduce Energy Use and Carbon Emissions
  • New Decarbonization Options for Policymakers Bring Positive Benefits
  • Grid Optimization Options Evolve for Local Grid Operators and Utilities

Guidance for Stakeholders Moving Forward

  • Utilities and Grid Operators Need to Examine Load Growth and Grid Optimization Benefits
  • DER Technology Stakeholders Need to Work Together to Benefit from and Support Strategic Electrification
  • DER Technology Stakeholders Need to Ensure That New Business Models Deliver Lower Grid Impacts
  • EV Stakeholders Need to Focus on the Potential Advantages of Electrified Vehicle Fleet Options
  • DER Technology Stakeholders Need to Explore Customer-Facing Financing Options
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