City gas companies are testing synthetic methane technologies and advancing plans to import synthetic methane toward transitioning away from fossil fuels.
Japan must urgently address energy security by implementing its energy policy, restarting nuclear power, and ensuring a baseline supply for the nation's needs.
Noting the severe security environment, the draft framework policy provides a roadmap to address issues from defense and diplomacy to Japan's social safety net.
What are the G7 outcomes for the climate, and what should we expect in the coming months? We highlight some of the main points below.
The new CEO of JERA, Hisahide Okuda, reveals his determination to take every measure possible to achieve ambitious targets for offshore wind power by 2025.
It will be difficult for Tokyo to demonstrate its sincerity in advocating for more G7 support for Ukraine as the current chair unless PM Kishida visits...
China looms larger than ever before in a wide range of regional security topics that prime ministers Kishida and Albanese will discuss.
Osaka Gas aims to demonstrate its methanation technology at the Expo, converting gas from food waste and hydrogen from renewable energy into synthetic methane.
Pledging to decarbonize and reduce energy imports from Russia, signs point to Japan’s biggest change in nuclear policy since the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Moscow obviously wants to throw Tokyo off balance for having joined the West in supporting Ukraine. We must not play into its strategy.
Japan relies on overseas imports for most of its energy resources; its energy security must not be compromised by the escalating tensions in Ukraine.
Polish Ambassador to Japan Paweł Milewski: “Russia is a terrorist state. Putin is a war criminal,’ explaining why on April 12.