Renewable Energy Industry in Japan
In 2011, Japanese ethanol production for fuel increased by an estimated 35 percent to 30,000 kl. Biodiesel production also expanded by 61 percent to 14,000 kl.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 9 Jul 2012 related to Renewable Energy in Japan
Due to limited agricultural production, and the “food v. fuel” debate, the Government of Japan has opted to focus determinedly on biofuels derived from cellulosic materials or other materials which do not compete with the food supply.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 17 Jul 2011 related to Renewable Energy in Japan
While thermal sources will contribute the majority of Japan's installed power capacity, renewable sources (excluding hydropower) will represent the largest growth in Japan’s energy sector.
Teknotietamys Oy (Techknowledge Ltd.) on 9 Oct 2015 related to Renewable Energy in Japan
Japan's increased focus on smart grid deployment will help connecting renewable power to grid and to double the current 10 percent share of renewable power by 2025.
Teknotietamys Oy (Techknowledge Ltd.) on 7 May 2015 related to Renewable Energy in Japan
Government and private sector research and investment in biofuels have been on the rise since Japan’s first biomass plan, “Biomass Nippon Strategy,” was unveiled in December 2002. That Strategy was updated in 2008, and the Government of Japan’s (GOJ’s) current thinking, given limited...
Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Renewable Energy in Japan
Energy And The Environment , Finland
Part of USDA, the United StatesThe Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) works to improve foreign market...