A New Japanese Miracle? Its Hamstrung Feed-in Tariff Actually Works

DeWit, Andrew
September 2014
Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;9/22/2014, Vol. 12 Issue 38, p1
The article discusses the potential of Japan to lead the world's shift to radical efficiency and renewable energy. Topics discussed include former Prime Minister Kan Naoto's regulatory restrictions on the nuclear capacity of the country and implementation of a feed-in tariff (FIT), the success of power efficiency and conservation in Japan and results of market surveys of developments in the power business in 2013.


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