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Statistics | Electricity

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Electricity Generation Mix FY 2017
 As of 27 September 2018

Electricity Generation Mix FY 2017

  • Source:METI/ANRE“Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics” (accessed on 07/20/2018)
  • Note:“Others” is excluded because it includes the electricity sold by generators in the wholesale electricity market and purchased by retailers, which is already accounted in “Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics”. Electricity for self-consumption is included.

Change in Electricity Generation FY 2017 VS. FY 2016 As of 27 September 2018

Change in Electricity Generation FY 2017 VS. FY 2016

  • Source: METI/ANRE “Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics” (accessed on 07/20/2018)

Trends of Electricity Generation from Renewable Sources (TWh/Fiscal year)
As of 27 September 2018

Trends of Electricity Generation from Renewable Sources (TWh/Fiscal year)

  • Source:METI/ANRE“Synthesized Energy Statistics” and “Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics” (accessed on 07/20/2018)
  • Note:REI’s estimates for FY 2017 based on Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics.

Share of Renewables in Electricity Generation (Fiscal year) As of 27 September 2018

Share of Renewables in Electricity Generation  (Fiscal year)

  • Source:METI/ANRE ”Synthesized Energy Statistics” and “Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics” (accessed on 07/20/2018)
  • Note:REI’s estimate for FY 2017 based on Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics.

Trends of Total Electricity Production (TWh)
As of 21 August 2018

Trends of Total Electricity Production (TWh)

  • Source:By REI, from figures based on METI/ANRE “Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics” (accessed on 05/08/2018)

Trends of Electricity Production from Renewable Sources (TWh)
As of 21 August 2018

Trends of Electricity Production from Renewable Sources (TWh)

  • Source:By REI, from figures based on METI/ANRE “Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics” (accessed on 05/08/2018)

Share of Renewables in Electricity Production
As of 21 August 2018

Share of Renewables in Electricity Production

  • Source:By REI, from figures based on METI/ANRE “Monthly Report on Electricity Statistics” (accessed on 05/04/2018)

Comparison between Installed Solar Photovoltaic Capacity (under the FIT Scheme) and
Compensated Capacity for Curtailment over 30days (CCC)

Comparison between Installed Solar Photovoltaic Capacity (under the FIT Scheme) and Compensated Capacity for Curtailment over 30days (CCC)

Comparison between Installed Wind Power Capacity (under the FIT Scheme) and
Compensated Capacity for Curtailment over 30days (CCC)

Comparison between Installed Wind Power Capacity (under the FIT Scheme) and Compensated Capacity for Curtailment over 30days (CCC)

  • Note 1)The Compensated Capacity for Curtailment over 30days (CCC) for PV and Wind are calculated by each Electric Power Company except Tokyo, Chubu, Kansai and authorized by METI’s Working Group on Grid System. The “CCC” means the installed capacity for which generators are compensated for the revenue loss due to curtailment exceeding 30 days per year. When generators install solar PV or wind power plants that exceed the amount calculated as CCC, they are subject to unlimited curtailment and they cannot claim for revenue loss by the curtailment for the exceeding amount. At the METI’s Working Group meeting held on November 10, 2015, new CCC was calculated by Electric Power Companies.
  • Note 2)The CCC of Hokkaido Electric Power Company is the figure that has already included 200MW devoted to demonstration trials for wind power expansion.
  • Note 3)The CCC is subject to future revise.
  • Note 4)Installed capacity in each utility area is calculated in round amounts under the following conditions: whole Gifu- and Mie prefectures belong to the area of the Chubu Electric Power Co., whole Fukui prefecture belongs to the area of the Hokuriku Electric Power Co., whole Hyogo prefecture belongs to the area of the Kansai Electric Power Co., whole Ehime prefecture belongs to the area of the Shikoku Electric Power Co., communities located at east side of the Fuji river, Fujinomiya City and Fuji City belong to the area of the TEPCO.
  • Note 5)The Agency for Natural Resources and Energy stated that the amount of transition approval as of the end of September 2017 is "being calculated". In this graph, figures as of the end of March 2017 are used.
  • Source:By REI, from figures based on ANRE/METI Renewable Power Plant Certification Status (accessed on 3/4/2018), and the materials provided by METI’s Working Group on Grid System (accessed on 6/4/2018)

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