TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The results of verification experiment projects in Japan for SmartCities' Energy and Social Systems, are now available on Japan Smart City Portal web site. Some articles tell the latest trends of Demand Response (DR) or V2H (Vehicle to Home) projects using Japanese state of the art technologies.
< About Demand Response >
Optimizing power supply and demand for the community with the use of CEMS and Storage Battery SCADA
Optimizing the control of the energy supply and demand throughout the entire community
Confirming Constraining Effects of Large-Scale Demand Response on Electric Consumption
Urging changes in electricity rates and participation in electricity-saving and energy-saving behavior
< About V2H and New Services with EV >
Using EVs and quick chargers for local energy management
Urban car sharing for short trips
V2X; aiming at alleviating power demand in a wide range of facilities with the use of EVs
EV recharge service rates also to fluctuate in alignment with local power demand
Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry progress The Next-Generation Energy and Social Systems Verification Experiment at 4 areas; City of Yokohama, Toyota City, Keihanna Science City (official name: Kansai Science City) and City of Kitakyushu, in order to establish smart grids, smart cities and smart communities.
< About the projects at 4 areas >
At City of Yokohama,
At Toyota City
At Keihanna Science City
At City of Kitakyushu
Japan Smart City Portal (JSCP) is the portal site for providing information about those projects in English, Chinese and Japanese language. JSCP is operated by the New Energy Promotion Council ( http://www.nepc.or.jp/ ) to promote the verification experiment.
For more information, Visit the Japan Smart City Portal.