Stable and optimized power supply with distributed power sources mainly composed of clean energy

Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.


In order to realize a carbon-free society, there must be increased adoption of renewable energy (clean energy) centric distributed power sources and power management systems capable of optimizing energy usage of large and medium scale consumers.
In an effort to promote both stabilization of power supply and optimization of the supply-and-demand balance on a regional basis, Fuji Electric is working to enhance AI based power management systems (power supply-and-demand management systems, virtual power plants (VPP), demand response (DR), etc.). At the same time, we are strengthening eco-friendly design with the aim of promoting 3R activities (reduce, reuse, recycle) in the supply chain in order to realize both a carbon-free society and recycling-oriented society.


In order to realize a drastic reduction of greenhouse gases throughout the world, it is inevitable that the ratio of clean energy (renewable energy) to energy demand must be increased. However, clean energy generally has the following problems:
・ Solar and wind power generation output is unstable due to weather conditions
・ Imbalance between power generation and demand degrades the quality of electricity

In addition, there is much anticipation in society regarding the charging and use of electric vehicle (EV) batteries and adoption of private power generation as a local power source. However, the management of such advances would come with increased complexity. In order to solve the above problems and meet society’s expectations, there must be increased adoption of clean-energy centric distributed power sources and power management systems.
Our company is engaged in environmental activities that aim at “Realize a Recycling-Oriented Society” while simultaneously “Realize a Low-Carbon Society” under the banner of our “Environmental Vision 2050.” To achieve this, we are working on the development and functional enhancement of the following products, while also strengthening eco-friendly designs that have been lagging in this field.
1. Power management systems that include power supply-and-demand management systems that control the balance of power generation and load and VPPs that adjust power consumption as core systems.
2. Storage battery systems and power stabilizers (PCS) necessary for promoting clean energy and distributed power sources.
3. Product designs that aiming at reducing environmental impacts throughout the supply chain, from procurement of raw materials and parts to disposal and recycling

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