A community energy system is expected to contribute to improving the resilience and regional vitalization not only carbon emission reduction. Prior studies did not accrued non-energy benefits by the risk aversion with respect to temporal changes in business and daily life activities associated with lifeline utilities such as electricity, water, and gas. This paper focuses on the following issues; 1. To propose estimation method for resilience improvements based on Resiliency Factor and a recovery curve for business activity according to the lifeline stoppage time. 2. To derive a basic unit of loss due to electric power failure according to stoppage time, derive the estimation model of a basic unit that considered housing form and address of residence, proposed an evaluation method for resilience in the housing sector in monetary terms. 3. To perform case studies of evaluation of monetary value for resilience improvements by introducing a community energy network.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Environmental Engineering