Japan's energy plan contributes to securing a stable power supply for developing countries that have no choice but to rely on coal-fired power.
Japan's recent decision to buy Russian oil at above $60 a barrel, and India's continuing purchases, underline some of the hard truths about energy security.
Plans are to harness 15 trillion yen in public and private investments and capitalize on international cooperation to drive hydrogen supply chain development.
Japanese manufacturers are developing low-carbon technologies like magnetic air conditioners and propane heat pumps that could revolutionize the industry.
Promoting decarbonization and enhanced car safety was the focus of exhibits by Japanese manufacturers like Panasonic and Sharp at the recent CES trade show.
Major shifts in industrial and energy policy are part of a new 10-year roadmap to realize GX, including extended operation of existing nuclear power plants.
Corporate efforts to reduce carbon emissions are increasingly targeting the production process, not only at major corporations, but even at craft breweries.
At a side event of COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, the cities of Yokohama and Tokorozawa shared their leading initiatives on transitioning to net zero...
Switching from lithium to sodium, a practically inexhaustible natural resource, presents Japanese companies and researchers with a chance to contribute to a decarbonized future.
"Without overcoming this energy crisis, there will be no green transformation by 2030 or 2050.” ー Prime Minister Fumio Kishida
It can no longer rely solely on power conservation. To expand supply, there is an urgent need to restart nuclear power plants whose safety has been...
Aging thermal plants are being shut down as Japan seeks decarbonization, but solar power facilities are unable to operate during the foul winter weather.