Chubu Electric Power Group Report 2021(Integrated Report)
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Business Continuity1. The Group designs facilities to be highly disaster-resistant and carries out appropriate maintenance.2. The Group develops a disaster management system to promote early restoration of service and ensure public security, while maintaining and improving response capabilities through drills.3. The Group makes appropriate use of new findings in its constant improvement efforts for a safer and more stable energy supply.Improving the disaster prevention systemChubu Electric Power completed a split off of its divisions into Chubu Electric Power Grid and Chubu Electric Power Miraiz in April 2020, and these three companies would together establish an emer-gency task force to implement disaster responses when a disaster occurs or is predicted to occur. We have allocated various disaster-prevention materials and equipment to each workplace in advance, including power genera-tion vehicles and portable substations for emergency power trans-mission and emergency communications methods, such as satellite communication networks. In addition, in order to further maintain and improve our ability to cope with disasters, we have repeatedly carried out drills to cope with disasters by strengthening coordina-tion with external organizations, such as local governments and the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force.ConcerteddisasterresponsesU Disaster prevention system after split ofcesWith due consideration to the estimates of damages and changes made to the disaster prevention measures by the national and local govern-ments, Chubu Electric Power is pushing forward with facility upgrades against a major earthquake and tsunami that is expected to occur once every 100 to 150 years based on points of view of restoring power as soon as possible and maintaining public safety. Major facility upgrades were completed by the end of FY2020. In addition, Chubu Electric Power is pushing forward with necessary measure also against an earthquake and tsunami of the maximum magnitude that could occur theoretically although the probability of occurrence is extremely low, based on the point of view of maintaining public safety (minimizing damage).Against Nankai Trough earthquakeEmergency power transmission by power generation vehicles* This is the photo taken at the time of the photo shooting. The symbol mark in the photo differs from the current one.Fuel transportation drills with the Japan Ground Self-Defense ForceTsunami protection measures of substation buildings (oodwall equipment)Creating Business Continuity Plans (BCPs)In order to secure its operations that must be continued during major disasters, the Chubu Electric Power Group maintains and improves its ability to deal with emergencies by making BCPs and continually improving its Business Continuity Management (BCM) framework.Building facilities that can withstand disastersIn order to assure stable supply even during large-scale disasters, such as an earthquake or a typhoon, Chubu Electric Power has built facilities that can withstand disasters based on earthquake and wind resistance measures and the multiplexing of facilities.Basic ideas of business continuityActions to continue operations during major disastersTop CommitmentValue CreationClimate ChangeStrategyBusiness ActivitiesGovernanceHuman ResourcesFinancial / Corporate Data64Chubu Electric Power Group Report 2021

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