Country:Japan
Year:1996
Policy status:Ended
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:1996
Policy Type:Regulatory Instruments>Obligation schemes 
Policy Target:Multiple RE Sources>Power
Policy Sector:Electricity
Agency:Ministry of Economy of Trade and Industry (METI)
URL:http://www.kantei.go.jp/jp/singi/ondanka/kakugi/080328keikaku_sanko.html
Description:

In 1996, Japanese government set a target of 3.1% (or 19.1m kl Oil Equivalent) of new energies in the total primary energy supply by fiscal year 2010 (excluding hydro electric and geothermal energy). The 2010 targets for each type of new energy resources are the following:

  • PV: 4,820 MW (from 330 MW in 2000)
  • Solar thermal utilization: 4,390,000 kl (from 890,000 kl in 2000)
  • Wind: 3,000 MW (from 144 MW in 2000)
  • Waste power generation: 4,170 MW (from 1,030 MW in 2000)
  • Waste thermal utilization: 140,000 kl (from 45,000 kl in 2000)
  • Biomass generation: 330 MW (from 69 MW in 2000)
  • Biomass thermal utilization: 670,000 kl
  • Others (black liquor, destruction rubbish, etc) 5,520,000 kl (from 4,945,000 kl).

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