August 20th, 2013 | by Dr. Karl-Friedrich Lenz
Originally published on Lenz Blog. (embedded tweet added) やっと出ました！2013年5月末までのFIT設備認定および運転開始状況。H24年度中の運転開始は約2GW、設備認定は21GWに。再生可能エネルギー発電設備の導入状況を公表します(平成25年5月末時点)（METI/経済産業省） – http://t.co/7cpezSUsBC — 松原弘直 (@matsubara_hiro) August 20, 2013 The Japanese Ministry [&hellip
April 2nd, 2013 | by Dr. Karl-Friedrich Lenz
Reposted from Lenz Blog with permission: On Friday, the Japanese Ministry of Economy and Industry decided to follow the recommendations of the [&hellip
March 25th, 2013 | by Dr. Karl-Friedrich Lenz
The Japanese law on feed-in tariffs (partial translation available here) requires that feed-in tariffs are revised for each business year, [&hellip
November 19th, 2012 | by Jake Richardson
Solar cell and module shipments increased by 80% in Japan in July, August, and September. The cause was government-initiated [&hellip
August 24th, 2012 | by Andrew
Having built the company into Japan's largest residential solar power provider, West Power Holdings is ramping up its solar power investments with an initiative that aims to add 500 MW of clean, renewable power to the national grid. West Holdings plans to build 250 solar power plants across the country, partnering with China's JA Solar and South Korea's LS Industrial in doing so.
June 22nd, 2012 | by Andrew
Japanese electronics giants, solar PV players, and power utilities have been working up project plans in advance of a national solar and renewable energy Feed-in Tariff, which industry observers say may catapult Japan past Italy and Germany as the world's largest solar energy market.
April 26th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan
Japan’s about to become the next major economy to implement a solar feed-in tariff, and from the looks of it, [&hellip