OKADA, Hisanori

写真a

Affiliation

Faculty of Science and Engineering, Environmental Research Institute

Job title

Senior Researcher(Assistant Professor)

Concurrent Post 【 display / non-display

  • Affiliated organization   Global Education Center

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • 修士

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • 8-3-4 A Study on the problem of Regional Financial Institute for renewable energy usage

    OKADA Hisanori, NAGAI Yuji, TANIGUCHI Nobuo, SHIMA Akihiro, SUGANO Norihiro

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy   26 ( 0 ) 252 - 253  2017

     View Summary

    <p>When expanding community-based energy projects, there is an increasing attention on what roles local governments and Regional Finance Institute play as critical actors. However, issues on their roles depend on each community. This report determines results of questionnaires on Regional Finance Institutes awareness (85 valid responses) and analyzes issues depending on different factors such as size of local governments, responsible section of energy issues, and exploitable renewable energy sources. Based on these analyses, this report examines ways to promote community-based energy projects, and furthermore, to develop cross-sectional initiatives with sustainability and autonomy.</p>

    CiNii

  • 8-3-3 A Study on the facilitation of local deployment of renewable energy usage and energy saving

    NAGAI Yuji, OKADA Hisanori, HORIGUCHI Kenji, TANIGUCHI Nobuo, SHIGETO Sawako, HORIO Masayuki, TAKARADA Takayuki, ICHIMIYA Wataru

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy   26 ( 0 ) 250 - 251  2017

     View Summary

    <p>Among many initiatives on regional revitalization, there are movements on utilizing energy projects initiated by local communities. Based on these community-based renewable energy projects or energy saving technology, we examine ways to accelerate local economic revitalization and increase in employment. This report determines results of questionnaires on local government awareness (612 valid responses) conducted in fiscal year 2016, followed by the ones in fiscal year 2014. This report aims to clarify current issues of local governments when promoting renewable energy use.</p>

    CiNii

  • 8-6-3 A Study on the problem of local government for renewable energy usage

    OKADA Hisanori, NAGAI Yuji, TANIGUCHI Nobuo, HORIGUCHI Kenji, SHIGETO Sawako, HORIO Masayuki, TAKARADA Takayuki

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy   25 ( 0 ) 230 - 231  2016

     View Summary

    <p>When expanding community-based energy projects, there is an increasing attention on what roles local governments play as critical actors. However, issues on their roles depend on each community.</p><p>This report determines results of questionnaires on local government awareness (696 valid responses) conducted in fiscal year 2015, followed by the ones in fiscal year 2014, and analyzes issues depending on different factors such as size of local governments, responsible section of energy issues, and exploitable renewable energy sources.</p><p>Based on these analyses, this report examines ways to promote community-based energy projects, and furthermore, to develop cross-sectional initiatives with sustainability and autonomy.</p>

    CiNii

  • 8-7-3 Proposal of the municipality of cooperation which utilized ICT platform

    IHARA Yuto, AIZAWA Yuko, ICHIMIYA Wataru, KUWAHARA Sachiko, SATO Nako, OKADA Hisanori, NAGAI Yuji, NAKANO Kentaro

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy   25 ( 0 ) 238 - 239  2016

     View Summary

    <p>While decentralization is developed, there are many problems of municipality the environment, aging and depopulation. This problem is short-term and it isn't settled. Even plan decision, budget acquisition and project operation become long-term. But staff of municipality who settles a problem can't participate in the same project by a change, and can't acquire technical knowledge. On the other hand municipality would like to cooperate with a municipality with the same problem as well as specialist's invitation. Preparing the place where a municipality cooperates by ICT platform is proposed by this research.</p>

    CiNii

  • 8-4-3 A Study on the facilitation of local deployment of renewable energy usage : An analysis on the current situations of local governments

    NAGAI Yuji, OKADA Hisanori, TANIGUCHI Nobuo, HORIGUCHI Kenji, SHIGETO Sawako, HORIO Masayuki, KOTAKE Hiroto, TAKARADA Takayuki, ICHIMIYA Wataru

      ( 24 ) 274 - 275  2015.07

     View Summary

    The FIT (Feed-in Tariff) system introduced in 2012 has been intending to encourage renewable energy deployment throughout the nation, but without much caution for economy of local regions where those renewable facilities were supposed to be introduced. Since then, local governments have been facing various complaints and troubles against large-scale facilities brought by external capitals that do not have much respect to local economies, difficulties for local small-scale power generation units in connecting to existing transmission grids, and major electronic firms' suspension in accepting new connection to their grid. Neither national nor a local government has shown any comprehensive overview and solution for these difficulties that local regions have been facing. In this study, a comprehensive questionnaire on the real situation in regard to renewable energy deployment was sent to all local governments, including prefectures, cities, towns and villages, and answers were collected by using electronic media. Through the analysis of the questionnaire results, it has been confirmed that the local governments are facing a lack of basic data such as possible consumption volume of renewable energies, a lack of human resources to determine business feasibility, and complaints from residents on landscape damage due to large-scale solar farms by exterior capitals, etc.

    CiNii

display all >>

 

Syllabus 【 display / non-display