Energy consumption after great earthquake of east Japan: Development and analysis of DECC (data-base for energy consumption of commercial building) Part 2

Hiroto Takaguchi, Takaharu Yamamoto, Shigeki Kametani, Hisashi Hanzawa, Hiroshi Yoshino, Yoshiharu Asano, Masaya Okumiya, Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Saburo Murakawa, Hirotoshi Yoda, Yuzo Sakamoto, Kazuaki Bogaki, Shuzo Murakami

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    Because of the lack of power in Tokyo and Tohoku due to Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake that occurred on March 11, 2011, ordinance of electric power usage restrictions were triggered for the first time in 37 years. Large consumers of more than 500kW electric power contract were asked to reduce power consumption of 15%. Furthermore, since the power plant was stopped across the country, power-saving and energy-saving measures have been implemented in almost all over Japan. We conducted the investigation on the power saving conditions in the summer of 2011, in order to grasp and analyze the actual condition of power saving which commercial buildings performed. When we compared the energy consumption of the total from April to September of 2011 with 2010, about Office building, Kanto Area showed the biggest reduction of 21.4%, and when we compared the peak load of electricity of 2011 with 2010, the large office building in Tohoku Area showed the biggest reduction of 23.6%.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)795-801
    Number of pages7
    JournalJournal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)
    Volume79
    Issue number703
    Publication statusPublished - 2014 Sep 1

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    Power plants
    Electric power utilization
    Electricity

    Keywords

    • Commercial buildings
    • Database
    • DECC
    • Primary energy consumption intensity

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    • Environmental Engineering

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    Energy consumption after great earthquake of east Japan : Development and analysis of DECC (data-base for energy consumption of commercial building) Part 2. / Takaguchi, Hiroto; Yamamoto, Takaharu; Kametani, Shigeki; Hanzawa, Hisashi; Yoshino, Hiroshi; Asano, Yoshiharu; Okumiya, Masaya; Shimoda, Yoshiyuki; Murakawa, Saburo; Yoda, Hirotoshi; Sakamoto, Yuzo; Bogaki, Kazuaki; Murakami, Shuzo.

    In: Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan), Vol. 79, No. 703, 01.09.2014, p. 795-801.

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    Takaguchi, H, Yamamoto, T, Kametani, S, Hanzawa, H, Yoshino, H, Asano, Y, Okumiya, M, Shimoda, Y, Murakawa, S, Yoda, H, Sakamoto, Y, Bogaki, K & Murakami, S 2014, 'Energy consumption after great earthquake of east Japan: Development and analysis of DECC (data-base for energy consumption of commercial building) Part 2', Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan), vol. 79, no. 703, pp. 795-801.
    Takaguchi, Hiroto ; Yamamoto, Takaharu ; Kametani, Shigeki ; Hanzawa, Hisashi ; Yoshino, Hiroshi ; Asano, Yoshiharu ; Okumiya, Masaya ; Shimoda, Yoshiyuki ; Murakawa, Saburo ; Yoda, Hirotoshi ; Sakamoto, Yuzo ; Bogaki, Kazuaki ; Murakami, Shuzo. / Energy consumption after great earthquake of east Japan : Development and analysis of DECC (data-base for energy consumption of commercial building) Part 2. In: Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan). 2014 ; Vol. 79, No. 703. pp. 795-801.
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