Japanese power market modelling with key fundamental data
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As interest is growing in the fast-liberalising Japanese power market, understanding the changing dynamics is a must. With our EPSI platform, we offer up-to-date, accurate infrastructure and market data with flexible, insightful market modelling capabilities. Get a clear lens into future market developments including power prices, fuel consumption, asset dispatch and portfolio profitability.
By combining our analysts' market knowledge, thorough data research, relevant data streams, cutting-edge market modelling, and rigorous quality control, we provide an unparalleled platform for Japanese power market fundamental data and analysis. Customise the platform to fit your needs and explore your own scenarios. With the EPSI platform's lightning-fast model runs, never wait for data updates again.
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Scenario analysis capabilities
Our cutting-edge market modelling uses high-quality infrastructure and fundamental data from our EPSI Market Data Store. This gives you the flexibility to explore customised short-term and long-term power market views at the push of a button.
Market data store
EPSI is the one-stop-shop for historical data and fundamental forecasts. The data is derived from our own research team, availability data and vendor data, and you can also upload your own using CSV files, copy-paste or via XML (API).
Access comprehensive, up-to-date infrastructure data and connect it into your market analysis. Our infrastructure data consists of plant owner, fuel type, technology type, commissioning dates, capacity, variable and fixed costs, location coordinates, plant photos and status changes including mothballing, upgrades and closures.
Ten-zone power market coverage
EPSI provides detailed coverage across Japan's nine interconnected market regions (Chubu, Chugoku, Hokkaido, Hokuriku, Kansai, Kyushu, Shikoku, Tohoku, Tokyo), as well as Okinawa.