Japan Eyes Over 108 GW Solar Power Capacity By 2030

Japanese Environment Ministry Proposes Adding 20 GW Annual Solar Power Target For FY2030 In New Draft, Which Would Increase Country’s Cumulative Capacity To Over 108 GW: Media

Come 2030 and Japan could very well be contributing over 108 GW of solar power generation capacity to the global energy mix, if the government gives its stamp of approval to the Ministry of Environment’s proposal to expand the current 2030 target from 64 GW.

Poland Approves Energy Policy Until 2040

Energy Policy Of Poland Until 2040 Approved By Council Of Ministers; Coal Stays Put As Nuclear Power Gets To Make An Entry; Solar PV & Offshore Wind Find Major Role To Play; Greenpeace Polska Calls It ‘Bizarre Document’

After a wait of 12 long years, Poland has approved an energy policy to guide its actions till 2040, but with no ‘revolutionary changes’ in terms of coal phase out, Greenpeace Polska says the document is detached from the realities of European politics.

Japanese Businesses Push For Higher 2030 RE Target

92 Companies Including Toshiba, SoftBank, Sony, Nissan & Panasonic To Name A Few Urge Japanese Government To Push Up Country’s 2030 Renewable Energy Target To 40% To 50%, Up From Current 22% To 24%

Japan’s renewable energy target for its total energy mix by 2030, at 22% to 24%, is by far the lowest compared to several others of its peers in the Western world, especially when taking into consideration that the country already reached 18% share.

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