ISEP: Sustainable Development In Rural Japan

Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies, founded in 2000, showing how rural Japan is doing so much better than big cities.



Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP) aims to realize sustainable energy society based on four pillars: (1) Efficient energy system based on renewable energy, (2) Fair distribution of risk/benefit regarding to energy use, (3) Transparent and participatory decision making regarding to energy policy, (4) Decentralized and autonomous individuals and communities, and has engaged in the policy research, advocacy and information dissemination. And after 3.11, in the course of fundamental reconsideration of energy policy in Japan, we have developed the transformative strategies and concrete measures.

Tokyo, Osaka, and other large cities are ranking really low on this ratio of renewable energy share...

More about ISEP and its global network

“Renewables Japan Status Report 2014”, Executive Summary (English version)

Producer: Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP) http://www.isep.or.jp/en
Tel: +81-3-5942-8937+81-3-5942-8937 Fax: +81-3-5942-8938
Address: 4-7-3, Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo, 164-0001, Japan
Editorial Supervisor: Tetsunari Iida (ISEP)
Editor in chief:Hironao Matsubara (ISEP)
Published:March, 2014(Main Report), Executive Summary in English: July, 2014

http://www.isep.or.jp/en/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/JSR2014_Summary_EN.pdf



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