Japan primary energy, gas and electricity markets

Japan energy market research report

pdf-file, Version 21 of June 30, 2014
approx. 227 pages, 94 Figures, 55 tables, 1.6 Mbyte

Lead author: Gerhard Fasol, works since 1984 with Japan’s technology industries.

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Japan electricity: Combined annual operating income of Japan
Operating income of Japan’s electricity sector has been falling continuously since the peak in 2005

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Summary – Japan energy market report: Japan’s primary energy, electricity and gas industry sectors

Japan’s electricity companies earn about US$ 200 billion annually in revenues, and until the Fukushima nuclear accident about 30% of energy was generated by nuclear power plants, which are currently almost all switched off. Japan’s energy sector undergoes rapid change and presents large opportunities – subscribe to this report series, and you will periodically receive updates.

Table of Contents – Japan energy market report:

  • Japan’s electrical energy landscape

  • Executive Summary: Japan’s electrical energy landscape

  • Japan’s national energy strategy plan: “Innovative Energy and Environmental Strategy” released by Japan’s Cabinet on September 14, 2012

  • 1.1 Realizing a nuclear free society one day earlier than possible – three principles

  • 1.2 Realizing a nuclear free society one day earlier than possible – five policies

  • 1.3 Realizing a nuclear free society one day earlier than possible – path verification

  • 2. Implementing the green energy revolution

  • 2.1 Reduce electricity/energy consumption
  • 2.2 Renewable energy: large scale introduction, renewable energy targets (image)
  • 3. Guaranteeing a stable energy supply
  • 4. Electrical power system reform
  • 5. Realization of global warming counter measures
  • Cabinet decision of Sept 19, 2012
  • Japan's primary energy supply and self-sufficiency
  • Primary energy statistics
  • Japan’s oil, gas (LPG and LNG), coal imports (by value in Japanese YEN, 1988-2012, with projection for full Financial Year 2012, ending March 31, 2013)
  • Electricity generation:
  • generation capacity,
  • electricity generated, and
  • effect of the Fukushima disaster
  • Japan's present electrical architecture
  • The legal framework for Japan's energy architecture
  • The reasons for the Fukushima nuclear disaster and the independent Parliamentary commission for investing the Fukushima nuclear disaster
  • New nuclear safety framework, the Nuclear Regulatory Authority
  • The 10 regional electrical power companies and J-Power
  • Generation capacity by type (water, fossil, nuclear, new energy etc)
  • Combined industry financials description and financials for regional electricity operators:
  • Hokkaido Electric Power Company (Hokuden)
  • Tohoku Electric Power Company
  • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)
  • Chubu Electric Power Company
  • Hokuriku Electric Power Company (Rikuden)
  • Kansai Electric Power Company (Kanden, KEPCO)
  • Chugoku Electric Power Company
  • Shikoku Electric Power Company (Yonden)
  • Kyushu Electric Power Company
  • Okinawa Electric Power Company
  • J-Power Electric Power Company
  • The grid
  • The 50Hz/60Hz issue
  • JEPX – Japan Electrical Power Exchange Tokyo
  • Impact of the Fukushima disaster
  • Prospects for electrical industry reform
  • Asian grid proposals
  • Japan’s city gas companies
  • Overview of Japan’s city gas sector
  • Regional city gas companies
  • The big-4 gas companies, financial data and analysis
  • Comparison of Japan’s gas companies and Japan’s regional electricity operators
  • Glossary Summary

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Methodology

We produce market research on Japan’s technology markets since 1996. We use the following methods:

  • Desk research: public domain data, internet resources
  • Official data from Government sources, Government white papers, public domain Government data bases, industry associations, and other trade organizations
  • Data from Annual reports and other public disclosures by companies
  • “Gray literature”: materials distributed at trade shows, conferences, workshops
  • Public presentations, lectures, keynote talks, Press conferences
  • Trade shows and events. We regularly visit a large number of trade shows and industry events, mainly in the Tokyo, Osaka areas, but also in US and Europe.
  • Interviews, discussions at trade shows, and other industry events
  • Cross checking and cross validation of data from different sources.
  • Analysis using sophisticated, research grade mathematical and statistical software, and proprietary analysis software developed by Eurotechnology Japan KK.
  • Our proprietary data base of industry data, photographs, and information collected since our company foundation in 1996/1997 mainly covering Japan’s electronics, telecommunications and energy industries.
  • Our research and analysis staff is mainly PhD level and highly trained and experienced.

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