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Renewables Japan Status Report 2014

By 2014-07-09March 20th, 2019No Comments

ISEP published “Renewables Japan Status Report 2014”. Executive Summary in English is available in PDF.

Renewables Japan Status Report 2014, Executive Summary

“Renewables Japan Status Report 2014” analyzes and describes the world’s fastest growing renewable energy, focusing on Japan’s current situation and prospects for full-scale introduction. The 2014 edition focused on the three themes of FIT system, Community Power and 100% renewable energy region. This report provides from specific issues of renewable energy such as solar power, wind power, geothermal power, small hydro power, biomass and solar heat to initiatives for commercialization and diffusion in the region with various trend and potential data. In addition, the report shows the state of introduction, the long-term scenario for 100% renewable energy and recommendations for the realization of 100% renewable energy.

Editorial Supervisor: Tetsunari Iida (ISEP)
Editor in chief:Hironao Matsubara (ISEP)
Published:March, 2014 (Main Report), Executive Summary in English: July, 2014

Main report of this summary was made possible with the financial support of Environmental Restoration and Conservation Agency Department of The Japan Fund for Global Environment.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this report do not necessarily reflect the position of ISEP. Although information given in this report is the best available to the authors at the time, ISEP cannot be held liable for its accuracy and correctness. The report is subject to revision in the future.