In response to public comments sought by the Agency of Natural Resources and Energy (ANRE) for the Draft of the Basic Energy Plan, Renewable Energy Institute announced its comment: "Japan Should Join the Global Trend for Renewables Toward Decarbonization: Persisting to Coal and Nuclear Will Put Japan’s Future at Risk” (Japanese original published on 15 June 2018).
Renewable Energy Institute will continue to make proposals and express opinions on the revision of the Basic Energy Plan and the Long-term Low Greenhouse Gas Emission Development Strategy that is planned to be formulated in the future.
Comments on the Draft Basic Energy Plan
Japan Should Join the Global Trend for Renewables Toward Decarbonization（0.22MB）
View original Japanese version (Published on 15 June 2018)
Renewables as the Major Power Source for Decarbonization
Japan’s Basic Energy Plan Should Depart from Coal and Nuclear
12 June 2018 (Japanese version published 15 May 2018)
Transitioning Energy Policies for a Decarbonized Society:
Redirecting Discussions on the Basic Energy Plan and Long-term Low Emission Development Strategies
15 February 2018 (Japanese version published 30 January 2018)