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Tracking Japan's Long-Standing Commitment to Energy Efficiency

02 November 2016

Energy Efficiency in the New Energy Economy

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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