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Japan's energy transition involves several initiatives and directions. Since the nuclear accident in Fukushima, the country has been looking for alternatives to replace nuclear energy.


Japan has significantly increased its investment in renewable energy, such as wind and solar power. The country has set a goal of generating 22-24% of its energy from renewable sources by 2030, compared to 11% in 2013. Additionally, Japan is encouraging the development of other renewable energy sources such as biomass and Hydro-electric energy.

Japan is betting on hydrogen as an important energy source to achieve carbon neutrality. The country is developing technologies for the production, storage and use of hydrogen, mainly in the transport and electricity generation sector.

Japan is also working to reduce its dependence on thermal energy, which is generally derived from fossil fuels. The objective is to reduce thermal energy generation by 40% by 2030, through increasing renewable energy capacity and investments in energy efficiency.

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