Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

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Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 24 mars 2020, 20:09

Ørsted et Tepco s’associent dans l’éolien en mer

Publié le 24/03/2020 lemarin

Le leader mondial de l’éolien offshore, le danois Ørsted et le japonais Tepco, premier fournisseur d’électricité dans son pays, ont signé un accord de coopération pour développer ensemble des projets éoliens en mer.

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La première collaboration entre Ørsted et Tepco porte sur le site de Choshi, non loin de Tokyo. (Carte : Ørsted)
https://lemarin.ouest-france.fr/secteur ... ien-en-mer

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 19 mars 2020, 00:15

Lancement du premier gros projet éolien offshore au Japon. 140 MW.

Marubeni Corporation is preparing to launch Japan’s first large-scale offshore wind power generation business. Traditionally wind farms in Japan have been small-scale operations but this 100-billion-yen ($894.4m) project will see around 33 turbines at the ports in Akita and Noshiro and be operational by the end of 2022. The two wind farms will have a combined capacity of 140MW and will comprise wind turbines installed on bottom-fixed foundations, and onshore substations. Ultimately it’s hoped the electricity generated by the wind farm will support around 47,000 homes.
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... -Farm.html

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 03 mars 2020, 20:25

MHI Vestas décroche sa première commande ferme au Japon

Publié le 03/03/2020

L’entreprise Akita offshore wind, formée autour du groupe de négoce Marubeni, a choisi MHI Vestas pour lui fournir les éoliennes des parcs Akita et Noshiro au Japon. Le financement des deux parcs a été bouclé début février.

La commande pour les parcs Akita et Noshiro porte sur 33 éoliennes V 117-4,2 MW. (Photo : MHI Vestas)
https://lemarin.ouest-france.fr/secteur ... e-au-japon

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 26 nov. 2019, 19:20

MHI Vestas sélectionné pour le premier parc éolien offshore commercial au Japon

Publié le 26/11/2019

Le marché de l’éolien en mer au Japon se concrétise. MHI Vestas a annoncé, le lundi 25 novembre, avoir été sélectionné comme fournisseur privilégié pour le premier parc de taille commerciale dans le pays.

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L’éolienne sélectionnée est la V174-9,5 MW de MHI Vestas. (Photo : MHI Vestas)
https://lemarin.ouest-france.fr/secteur ... arc-eolien

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 28 sept. 2019, 10:14

Le Japon veut développer davantage le géothermique.
27 sept 2019
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Japan ranks third in the world for geothermal resources, according to data from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, with the United States and Indonesia occupying the number one and number two slots. Now the Japanese government wants to help harness those geothermal power resources (which is sourced from underground heat produced by Japan’s volcanoes) for their energy mix.

The Japanese government plans to help develop geothermal energy in the volcanic island nation by enabling the private sector to invest in this “lagging area of renewable energy,” according to reporting from the Nikkei Asian Review. The government will facilitate early testing, Nikkei goes on to say. “State-owned resources agency Jogmec will conduct test bores -- part of the financially risky early phase of development -- on behalf of potential developers starting in the fiscal year from April 2020.”
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https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-Gene ... ource.html

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 25 sept. 2019, 07:45

Le Japon veut investir 10 millions de dollars dans le LNG pour moins dépendre du pétrole du Moyen Orient.
Japan to invest $A15 billion in LNG

24 September 2019

Japan's public and private sectors will invest $US10 billion ($A15 billion) to encourage the broader use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) across the world, due to concerns about stable crude oil supply from the Middle East.

Japan's government aims to lessen its dependence on oil from Middle East after drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities on September 14, with its crude oil imports coming from the region at roughly 90 per cent.

The country's industry minister Isshu Sugawara will make an announcement of the plan at the LNG Producer-Consumer Conference in Tokyo on Thursday, the Nikkei reported on Tuesday.

The $US10 billion will come from public-sector financing and investment from bodies such as the Japan Bank for International Cooperation and the state-backed Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp, as well as private trade houses and financial institutions, according to the Nikkei.

With the $US10 billion, Japan plans to fund projects such as processing plants, receiving terminals and power generation, it said.
https://7news.com.au/business/japan-to- ... g-c-469559

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 11 févr. 2019, 21:59

Le Japon tient son premier navire de pose d’éoliennes

Publié le 08/02/2019

Le spécialiste japonais des dragages et travaux maritimes Penta-ocean construction a pris possession de son premier navire de poses d’éoliennes offshore, qui est aussi le premier du Japon.

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La plateforme autoélevatrice CP 8001 épouse un design éprouvé de Gusto, le spécialiste néerlandais des jack-up. (Photo : DR)
https://www.lemarin.fr/secteurs-activit ... deoliennes

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 03 déc. 2018, 19:19

Japon : feu vert législatif en faveur de l’éolien en mer

Publié le 03/12/2018 lemarin.fr

La Diète, le Parlement japonais, a approuvé, le 30 novembre, une nouvelle loi en faveur de l’éolien en mer. Les projets devraient enfin s’y accélérer.

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80 % des ressources éoliennes en mer du pays se trouvent dans des zones avec des profondeurs supérieures à 50 mètres, terrain de jeu de l’éolien flottant. Ici le démonstrateur porté par Nedo avec le français Ideol pour la structure flottante. (Photo : JWPA)
http://www.lemarin.fr/secteurs-activite ... ien-en-mer

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 29 juil. 2018, 13:23

Avec la canicule au Japon les opérateurs électriques relancent des centrales au fioul à cause de la demande des climatiseurs !
Kansai Electric Power à relancé 2 centrales pour un total de 1.2 GW.

Japan Turns Up Oil-Fired Power Plants Amid Deadly Heat Wave

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Jul 27, 2018

apanese utilities have resorted to starting up old crude oil- and fuel oil-fired power plants and ramping up the capacity of already operating oil-powered facilities as utilities try to cope with record demand amid a two-week heat wave that has killed more than 80 people across the country.

In the wake of the Fukushima disaster in 2011, Japan switched off most of its nuclear power plants to have operators inspect and upgrade them. At present, just six out of 40 available nuclear reactors are operational in the country.

The heat wave of the past two weeks has made households and businesses crank up air conditioning, and demand for electricity is on the rise and power prices have hit record highs. To cope with the surge in electricity demand, utilities are returning to the use of mothballed fossil fuel-fired power plants that have been placed on standby, or are ramping up the capacity at operational fossil fuel plants.

Kansai Electric Power, a utility operating in the western industrialized area which was also the hardest hit by the heat wave, has started up two old oil-fired plants with a total capacity of 1.2 gigawatts (GW), a spokesman for the company told Reuters on Friday.

Japan’s biggest electricity provider and the operator of the former Fukushima nuclear power plant—Tokyo Electric Power—has been running its oil, coal, and gas power plants at rates higher than their typical maximum capacity, a Tokyo Electric Power spokesman told Reuters.

The heat wave pushed electricity prices in the Kansai region to the highest on record this week.

The heat wave could roll on into August, which is typically the hottest month in Japan, and utilities see electricity demand this month and next possibly exceeding earlier estimates.

“Our old thermal power plants are working hard. We must get our act together to keep them well maintained,” Satoru Katsuno, president at Japan’s third-largest utility, Chubu Electric Power, said at the end of last week.
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... -Wave.html

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 25 mars 2018, 13:10

Fin de construction d' un parc éolien de 33 MW ( 11 x 3 MW) au Japon :
Pattern Energy completes first Japanese wind power project

March 22, 2018 evwind

Pattern Energy Group Inc.(Pattern Energy) today announced the completion of its 33 megawatt (MW) Ohorayama Wind power facility, which is located in Japan’s Kochi Prefecture.

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“Ohorayama Wind is our first wind project in Japan to complete construction and it was on schedule and under budget. Ohorayama will be followed by the Tsugaru project, which has started construction and will be the largest wind power facility in Japan when it’s completed in 2020,” said Mike Garland, CEO of Pattern Energy. “We have built a sound foundation for growing our business in Japan, which is one of the most robust renewables markets in the world. Our projects have been developed, constructed and will be operated by our affiliate and partner, GPI, which has one of the best development pipelines in Japan consisting of 2.4 gigawatts of wind projects.”

Ohorayama Wind operates under a 20-year power purchase agreement with Shikoku Electric Power Company, which has an A- credit rating. Located in Kochi Prefecture, on the island of Shikoku, Ohorayama Wind consists of eleven 3.0 MW GE wind turbines.

Including Ohorayama Wind, Pattern Energy has five renewable energy facilities in Japan, including four in operations and one in construction, totaling 206 MW of owned capacity.
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https://www.evwind.es/2018/03/22/patter ... ject/62923

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 21 janv. 2018, 18:57

Le Japon construit 2 centrale thermiques au charbon à Fukushima Prefecture.
Le charbon viendra des USA, Wyoming. Mise en service en 2020.

Wyoming coal company to supply new power plants in Japan

By Associated Press 2018/01/2018

A Wyoming coal company is planning to export coal from its mine in Montana to power two coal-fired plants under construction in Japan.

Cloud Peak Energy on Tuesday announced the agreement with Singapore-based JERA Trading to supply the coal over 30 to 40 months beginning at the end 2019.

The coal is expected to be transported by rail from the company's Spring Creek mine near Decker, Montana, to port in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The coal would then be shipped to the plants in the Fukushima Prefecture in Japan.

The two 540-megawatt plants are being built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industrials and convert the coal into a synthetic natural gas, company officials said in a statement.

To generate power, the plants will use an integrated coal gasification combined cycle technology — a process that aims to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emissions generated by burning coal, officials said.

"Cloud Peak Energy is pleased to be part of the Fukushima IGCC project and to help support Japan's investment in next generation coal technology," said Colin Marshall, company president and CEO. "If similar plants were to be built in the U.S. it would go a long way to addressing concerns about CO2 emissions while providing low-cost reliable electricity. Today's announcement also demonstrates the strategic importance of American energy resources to key Asian allies."

The first plant is expected to begin operations in 2020.
https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3343724

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 05 mars 2017, 13:37

Ambitieuse volonté du Japon dans l' éolien :
Japan accelerates wind energy development
March 1, 2017

“The projects that started environmental assessments at the end of last year exceeded 10 gigawatts,” the association said in the study. “If these projects go smoothly, it is possible that achieving the 10 gigawatt capacity is quite possible in the early 2020s.

“A capacity of 10 gigawatts would be triple the nearly 3.4 gigawatts that the wind power association estimates will be installed in Japan by end-March.

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http://www.evwind.es/2017/03/01/japan-a ... ment/58964

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par emmort » 27 mai 2016, 12:36

Je pense que l'on quitte le fil (aux modérateurs de déplacer, éventuellement)

D'accord avec Paradigme, les hybrides restent des aberrations: sophistiquées et trop lourdes.

La vraie voiture écolo existait jadis: la 2CV (et équivalents): léger, le minimum de confort, bref "4 roues et un parapluie". I faut juste leur intégrer les progrès dans le groupe moteur pour réduire la consommation/pollution.

Les voitures modernes ont la climatisation, des tas de moteurs électriques pour tout faire sans bouger, des sièges chauffants, des connections de tout poils.... tout cela est-il utile? indispensable? ou n'est-ce que du marketing?

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par energy_isere » 27 mai 2016, 11:59

Il y a quand même des hybrides ''normales'' comme la Toyota Prius ou Yaris.

Re: Politique energétique au Japon post Fukushima

par paradigme » 26 mai 2016, 22:52

La voiture hybride n'est pas fini, hélas... les riches peuvent s'en payer, les encore plus riches carrément une Telsa... mais au final ces voitures sont plus polluantes qu'une petite essence... ces voitures sont une aberration énergétique... mais chut faut pas le dire que les fidèles de la croissance verte puissent jouir encore un peu et détruire un peu plus la belle bleue !

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