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Wind Power Development in Japan Chuichi ARAKAWA Hikaru MATSUMIYA EWEC2006/GWEC MARCH ・ 2006 ATHENS. National Policy. Greenhouse Gases Reduction by 6% by 2010 c ompared to the 1990 level National Wind Power target: 3,000 MW by 2010

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Wind power development in japan chuichi arakawa hikaru matsumiya ewec2006 gwec march 2006 athens

Wind Power Development in JapanChuichi ARAKAWAHikaru MATSUMIYAEWEC2006/GWEC MARCH・2006ATHENS


National policy

National Policy

Greenhouse Gases Reduction by 6% by 2010 compared to the 1990 level

National Wind Power target: 3,000 MW by 2010

Main support initiatives : Field Tests + Subsidies + Renewables Portfolio Standard (RPS)

Committees for new issues


History of wind power in capacity

History of WindPower in Capacity

Note: Values shown at the end financial year. “2005” corresponds to March 2006.

The values for 2006 is estimated based on the running project plans.


Wind power capacity at fiscal year end source nedo

Wind power capacity at fiscal year end (Source: NEDO)


Current wind power capacity in japan

Current wind power capacity in Japan


Regional wind capacity in wind atlas september 2004

HokkaidoArea

159MW, 187Units

Tohoku Area

275MW, 239Units

Chugoku Area

13MW、8Units

Kanto Area

54MW, 72Units

Kyushu Area

113MW、115Units

Chubu Area

27MW, 41Unit

KinkiArea

14MW,20Units

ShikokuArea

16MW, 22Units

Okinawa Area

12MW, 26Units

Regional wind capacity in wind atlas (September 2004)


Market growth and governmental support

Market Growth and Governmental Support

■Annual growth rate in capacity: 170 % 10- years’ average■(Subsidy) Field Test Programme: 100% support■(Subsidy) New Energy Business Support Programme:1/3 to 1/2 support■Effect of subsidy in 1999 :COE: 12.5 Yen/kWh without subsidy 10.2 Yen/kWh with subsidy


New mw class machines

NEW MW-class Machines

SUBARU 80/2.0 (FHI) 2 MW WT

MWT92 (MHI) 2.4MW WT


New mw class machines1

NEW MW-class Machines


Wind power development in japan chuichi arakawa hikaru matsumiya ewec2006 gwec march 2006 athens

NEW Machine of 1kW “Air Dolphin”


What s important now

What’s important now?

  • Post-2010 is quite important

  • COP3 target is just one step of 10 to the final

  • JWPA proposes 11,800 MW by 2030

  • NEDO’s Report: Possibly 10,000 MW by 2020,20,000MW by 2030


Challenges needed

Challenges Needed

■Typhoon attacks

■Complex terrain

■Lightening attacks

■Isolated grid

■High gust, high turbulent intensity

■ New activities on the following items:

Grid stability

Technical safety

Lightning protection

J-class wind measurements

Wind generation prediction

Typhoon accident on Miyako Island (Source: Asahi-Shinbun Web site)


Year2005 new movement to attain the target

YEAR2005-NEWMOVEMENTTOATTAINTHETARGET

  • Micro gird: new subsidy system 

  • PPS  by renewable energy

  • Combination with battery and inverter: new subsidy system

  • Demonstration project of hydrogen & fuel cell

  • Development of J-class turbine against typhoon, lightning and turbulence

  • Accurate forecasting of wind power generation

  • Wind Energy Road Map toward 2030


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!


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