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日本经济产业省宣布继续其区域微电网建设项目

2020-9-11 13:55

 

2020年9月9日,日本经济产业省宣布继续其区域微电网建设项目,这次是京瓷、阿里科技和REVEX。该项目的第二阶段将于本月开始,一直持续到2022年2月。它的目标是建立一个地区性的微电网,并创建一个基于区块链的模型,这个模型有可能在整个日本使用。


日本神奈川县小田原市的普通家庭都安装了太阳能发电机,该项目的目标是获得多余的电力。多余的电力将储存在大型电池和电动汽车(ev)中。阿里科技公司设计的区块链区域能源管理(REM)系统管理本地生产和消费的电力。该系统将集中管理所有的发电,包括过剩供应和需求。最终目标是建立一个区域可再生能源共享模式。


在紧急情况下,电网电力供应可以断开,微电网将通过太阳能电池板、蓄电池和电动汽车继续运行。


该项目还将与小田原市(神奈川县)和神奈川县当地电力公司Shonan Electric Power成立一个财团。


该联盟的协调人是京瓷,全球领先的太阳能发电系统、打印机和其他电子产品供应商。它还将提供太阳能电池板和蓄电池,并运营部分微电网。这不是京瓷第一个涉及区块链的项目。2019年初,京瓷加入了LO3 Energy的一个项目,测试一个基于区块链的虚拟电厂,这是一个分散的中等规模发电机组网络。


阿里科技开发了AI、区块链和无人机等先进技术。其作用是平衡供需,并引入其基于区块链的区域能源管理(REM)解决方案。REM将能够分析通过智能表存储的数据,智能表将作为区块链节点。


REVEX是一家专注于使用电动汽车电池的电动交通和能源共享的技术公司。提供电动汽车能源管理系统。


日本研究可再生能源已经有一段时间了。这可能是2011年地震和海啸造成福岛灾难的结果。从那时起,太阳能和其他可再生能源一直是人们关注的焦点,现在区块链和分布式账本技术提供了更安全、更快和更有效的解决方案。


两年前,由MUFG和Unisys组成的另一个财团宣布,计划开始研究过剩太阳能的定价和区块链交易系统。其他探索能源交易市场的初创公司包括澳大利亚公司Power Ledger,该公司去年年底宣布在日本关东地区试行P2P太阳能交易。此前,Power Ledger的平台落后于日本第二大能源公司KEPCO,并在今年早些时候宣布延长试验期限。

 

On 9 September 2020, Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry announced the continuation of its Regional Microgrid Construction Project, this time with Kyocera, ALI Technologies, and REVEX. This second phase of the project will begin this month and last until February 2022. It aims to build a regional microgrid and create a blockchain-based model that could potentially be used throughout Japan. 

The project targets surplus electricity from solar power generators, which are installed in ordinary households located in Odawara City in Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture. Excess electricity will be stored in large batteries and electric vehicles (EVs). The blockchain-based Regional Energy Management (REM) system designed by ALI Technologies manages electricity that’s produced and consumed locally. The system will centrally manage all power generation, including excess supply, as well as demand. The ultimate aim is to build a regional renewable energy-sharing model. 

In the event of an emergency, the grid power supply can be disconnected and the microgrid will continue to operate via the solar panels, storage batteries, and EVs. 

The project will also launch a consortium with Odawara City (Kanagawa Prefecture) and Shonan Electric Power, a local Kanagawa electric power company. 

The consortium coordinator is Kyocera, the leading global supplier of solar power systems, printers, and other electronics. It will also provide the solar panels and storage batteries, and operate part of the microgrid. This is not Kyocera’s first project involving blockchain. In early 2019, Kyocera joined LO3 Energy in a project testing a blockchain-based virtual power plant, a network of decentralized medium-scale power generating units. 

ALI Technologies develops advanced technologies such as AI, blockchain, and drones. Its role is to balance supply and demand and introduce its blockchain-based Regional Energy Management (REM) solution. REM will be able to analyze the data stored through smart meters which will act as blockchain nodes.

REVEX is a technology firm focused on e-mobility and energy sharing using EV batteries. It will provide the EV energy management system.  

Japan has been looking into renewable energy for some time now. This arguably comes as a result of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, causing the Fukushima disaster. Solar power and other renewable energy sources have been a focus ever since then, with blockchain and distributed ledger technology now providing safer, quicker, and more efficient solutions. 

Two years ago, a separate consortium that included MUFG and Unisys announced plans to begin research on pricing surplus solar power and a blockchain trading system. Other startups exploring energy trading marketplaces include Australian firm Power Ledger, which announced a trial for P2P solar energy trading in Japan’s Kanto region late last year. Power Ledger previously trailed its platform with KEPCO, Japan’s second-biggest energy firm, and announced the trial’s extension earlier this year

 

来自: Ledger Insights