Recently, the International Renewable Energy Agency‘s Mika Ohbayashi summarized Japan’s proposal for a system of feed-in tariffs. The proposal … Read more

  Andrew DeWit, a professor at Rikkyo University in the Political Economy of Public Finance, has recently published two thorough … Read more

  Bloomberg is reporting that Japan’s new ruling party, the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), is expected to propose a … Read more

The DJP’s environmental commitments are found on pages 23-26.

Projects which will add 1,150 MW of capacity are expected to be completed this year, compared to none last year. Clear evidence surely that feed-in tariffs do what they say they do. . .