Renewable energy in Japan: opportunities for Australian businesses

February 2014
EcoGeneration;Feb2014, Issue 80, p32
The article focuses on the development of renewable energy in Japan including solar, wind and geothermal. Topics discussed include the insights of Ian Brazier, Austrade Trade Commissioner in Sapporo, Japan, on the energy policy in the country, the feed-in tariff (FiT) system for renewable energy, and the fuel cell technology in the country.


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