Here we inform you the forecast for the day and the next day.The forecast for the next day is shown after 6:00pm everyday.
We review the forecast for the day at around 8:30am on weekdays.
It indicates the tightness of electricity supply and demand condition (by colors) according to the consumption rate.
The consumption rate is calculated by dividing the total electricity consumption (total demand) by available electricity (total supply).
Here we show hourly electricity consumption actual demands and forecasts.When you place your cursor on the consumption rate, you can check the peak supply capacity, actual demands, and forecasts.When you place your cursor on the hourly actual demands, you can check the consumption rates.
* Forecasts are the figures for every hour from 9:00am to 7:00pm on weekdays.
Electricity consumption actual demands (provisional) are updated every 5 minutes.
When you click the button, you can see the line graph.
The peak supply capacity includes, electricity supply capacity, which is matched to the peak load (maximum capacity), comprised of base load capacities such as thermal and nuclear power, and pumped storage power which has a quick response generating capability when the demand and supply of electricity becomes tight. Furthermore, during urgent circumstances when electricity demand exceeds supply capacity, pumped storage power plants will be able to generate as an additional temporary source of electricity supply, but due to the limitations of continuing generation, pumped storage power has been excluded from the peak supply capacity.
* In the electricity consumption status graph, peak supply capacity is indicated in a line for the "Time zone during which electricity consumption is high (9:00am - 9:00pm)" in order to compare it to the consumption status or the forecasts.