Tracking Japan's long-standing commitment to energy efficiency

Japan has almost no domestic energy resources, and the country must look overseas to resource the bulk of its energy requirements. The post-war restoration program and subsequent economic boom created a huge demand for energy in Japan but the oil crises of the 1970s reminded the country just how precarious its energy supply problem was. A firm commitment was made by the government of the time to secure a stable supply of energy and a shift toward energy supply source diversification was adopted.

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