Renewable Energy Institute today announced the publication of the Japanese version of a report by Climate Analytics “Science Based Coal-Phase Out Timeline for Japan —Implication for Policymakers and Investors.” The report analyzes Japan's coal-fired phase-out, which is necessary to achieve emission reductions in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.
Renewable Energy Institute is one of the co-authors of the report and edited the Japanese language version tailored for the Japanese audience.
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- 1 Coal emissions in line with the Paris Agreement
- 2 Coal emissions in Japan
- 2.1 Emissions from current and planned capacity
- 3 Implications of our analysis to businesses and policymakers in Japan
- 3.1 Coal policies and implications for policymakers in Japan
- 3.2 Implications for coal-fired power station owners and investors
- 3.3 Implications for energy consumers
- 4 Coal phase-out policies
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