成果報告書詳細
管理番号20130000000705
タイトル*平成24年度中間年報 国際エネルギー消費効率化等技術・システム実証事業 ハワイにおける日米共同世界最先端の離島型スマートグリッド実証事業(2)
公開日2013/11/20
報告書年度2012 - 2012
委託先名株式会社みずほコーポレート銀行
プロジェクト番号P93050
部署名スマートコミュニティ部
和文要約
英文要約Title: FY2012 interim annual report of Japan - US Island Smart Grid Demonstration Project (FY2011-FY2014)
(FY: Fiscal Year)

In FY2012, Mizuho Corporate Bank conducted a temporary cost-benefit analysis and brief research on a business model of smart grid projects. Mizuho also cooperated with local organizations for EV promotion

1. Matter and achievement of the demonstration (FY 2012)
(IV) Comprehensive research

(iii) Economic assessment of a developed system
-Review of the cost benefit items selected in the preliminary research and the FY 2011 research, and update of the items based on the demonstration project status
-Update of economic assessment contents for each player’s cost-benefit items based on the results of the screening
- Analysis to recognize benefits to be generated in the whole society and the persons who enjoy the benefits
-Preliminary feasibility study targeting the business operators (who will introduce and own systems and EV stations to provide services)

(iv) Development and validation of a business model in relation to a low-carbon society system in Maui
- Further examination of the business model in Maui by using classified post-demonstration business models that were developed based on the FY 2012 demonstration results
- Draft of the business model in Maui based on the examination
- Sensitivity analysis of the cash flow analysis for the feasibility study described in the (iii)
- Analysis of the sources and structures of the operators’ benefits based on the sensitivity analysis results
- Analysis of requirements to meet the economic feasibility of this business and matters to be handled
- Summarization and categorization of smart grid demonstrations in other countries to validate the business model

(v) Development and validation of a business model in relation to a low-carbon society system for isolated islands
- Listing up regions where the isolated island model would be applicable
-Organization of the conditions required to adopt a business model without the "isolated island" condition that would be developed hereafter

a) Examination of EV promotion measures in collaboration with local organizations
-Meeting with an EV promotion consortium (Maui EVA: Maui Electric Vehicle Alliance) which consists of local major players to report this demonstration status
-Report the research results and status to Maui EVA about Maui visitor enhancement
-Meeting with the local economic authority to report this demonstration status and to ask their opinions about the future procedure
-Meeting with management of a local leading hotel to assure establishing cooperative relations for EV promotion
-Meetings with the Maui county government and the Hawaii state government as needed to share information about this demonstration status, local trends and budgets, and future outlook
- Meetings with HECO and MECO as needed to share information about this demonstration status, local electric power business status and future outlook, and relations with wind power operators, etc
- Meetings with Japanese travel agencies and their Hawaiian branches to draw up plans of EV eco-tours tied up with Maui Marathons and another tour plans to increase Maui visitors in the longer term.

b) Preliminary research of applicability of the developed business model to other regions
-Update of basic information about local power infrastructures and utilities in the regions recognized as “the island business model would be applicable” in the (v)
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