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Assumption

Tomorrow's Electricity demand forecast

Today'selectricity demand forecast

Peak Demand

  • %

  • %

Peak Usage

  • %

  • %

  • Stable

    Less than 92%

  • Tight

    92%- Less than 97%

  • Very Tight

    97% or higher

Today's electricity demand

Actual demand

  • %

  • %

  • %

  • %

  • Stable

    Less than 92%

  • Tight

    92%- Less than 97%

  • Very Tight

    97% or higher

Click here to see information on the wide area block.

*For the wide area block, different colors are used to indicate the degree of strain on supply-demand. This assessment is based on consumption rates.

Assumption

Tomorrow'sElectricity demand forecast

Today'selectricity demand

Peak Demand

  • %

  • Peak demand

    x10 MW

    Supply Capability

    x10 MW

Peak Usage

  • %

  • demand

    x10 MW

    Supply Capability

    x10 MW

Today’s electricity demand

Actual

  • %

  • Actual demand

    x10 MW

    Supply Capability

    x10 MW

  • %

  • Actual demand

    x10 MW

    Supply Capability

    x10 MW

Forecast

The hourly electricity demand forecast is not posted.
*It will be posted when there is a request from the government for conserving energy.

  • %

  • Demand forecast

    x10 MW

    Supply Capability

    x10 MW

,  
(updated at 14:50,
provisional)
Yesterday
6,000
x10 MW
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
time
  • Current demand
    (updated at , provisional)

    x10 MW

  • Solar Power

    Solar power generation Rate of use

  • *"Tokyo area" refers to the Kanto region (Tokyo Metropolis, Kanagawa Prefecture, Saitama Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture,Tochigi Prefecture, Gunma Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture, Yamanashi Prefecture and Shizuoka Prefecture (east of Fujikawa)) for which power is supplied by TEPCO Power Grid.
  • *<The calculation method of consumption rate> The consumption rate is calculated by dividing the total electricity consumption (total demand) by available electricity (total supply). (Click here to see the calculation formula.)

Calendar of actual
maximum demand
in the past (Tokyo area)

Information March 28, 2019

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