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Energy efficiency in Japan

ISEAS Energy Forum (2007 Singapore?)

Energy efficiency in Japan

by ISEAS Energy Forum (2007 Singapore?)

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Agung Wicaksono.
SeriesISEAS series on energy
ContributionsWicaksono, Agung., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 95 p. :
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16889277M
ISBN 109789812307415, 9789812307422
LC Control Number2008314743

Environment | The Climate Crisis Balance of power: Redefining Japan's energy needs. by Alex Martin. Sitting silently among the rolling pastures, rice paddies and lush forests of the. Explaining the role that efficiency and renewables will play in combating climate change, this book covers energy efficiency laws at federal, state, and local levels. Topics range from tax and nontax incentives to the use of energy in different sectors and various renewable energy sources, and includes a state survey of actions on energy.

improve the energy efficiency of nonresidential buildings, including commercial, educational, and governmental buildings. Mandatory and voluntary energy performance criteria are outlined addressing thermal envelope components and energy efficiency requirements for heating, cooling, hot-water, and plumbing systems (McDonald and Lausten ). Observation of on-site energy conservation audits and discussion of the results in “TOT under Qualified Energy Manager Training Projects” in Brunei Darussalam and Singapore on Dec. VIEW ALL About The Energy Conservation Center Japan (ECCJ).

The June workshop, funded through a variety of resources that Buntrock and Ubbelohde put together, including money from the UC Berkeley Center for Japanese Studies and personal resources, was designed to provide tools and ways of approaching energy efficiency for architects already leading the profession in Japan. This emissions reduction commitment requires a balancing act between energy security, economic efficiency, environmental protection and safety. The in-depth review of Japan’s policies highlights three areas that are critical to its success: energy efficiency, increasing renewable energy supply and restarting nuclear power generation.


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