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2004. April
Japan Energy Conservation
Handbook 2002 / 2003
1 World Energy Situation
1.1 Energy resource reserves (2000)
1.2 Primary energy consumption by energy resource
1.3 Primary energy consumption by region
1.4 Trend of primary energy consumption
1.5 Energy supply composition in major countries (2000)
1.6 Status of energy consumption in advanced countries
1.7 IEA's outlook of oil supply and demand
1.8 IEA's outlook of primary energy demand (BAU)
2 Global Environmental Issues
2.1 Climate change and energy consumption
2.2 International countermeasures to global warming
2.3 The Japanese policy framework to promote global warming measures
3 Energy Situation in Japan
3.1 Trends in energy demand and GDP
3.2 Primary energy supply component
3.3 Primary energy intensity per GDP
3.4 Trends in final energy consumption by sector
3.5 Outlook of final energy consumption
3.6 Outlook of CO2 emissions originating from energy
3.7 Outlook of primary energy supply
4 Energy Conservation Policy in Japan
4.1 Basic scheme of energy conservation policies
4.2 Law concerning rational use of energy
4.3 Evaluation criteria of factories for rationalization of energy use
4.4 Evaluation criteria of buildings for rationalization of energy use
4.5 Evaluation criteria of equipment for rationalization of energy use
4.6 Law for Energy Conservation and Recycling Support
4.7 Tax incentives for energy conservation
4.8 Financial assistance for energy conservation
4.9 Commendation system for energy conservation efforts
4.10 Publicity activities for dissemination of energy conservation
4.11 Energy audit
4.12 The International Energy Star Program
5 Energy Conservation in Each Sector
5.1 Energy conservation in the industrial sector
5.2 Energy conservation in the commercial/residential sector
5.3 Energy conservation in the transportation sector
5.4 Recent status and development for energy conservation
6 Institutional Organization
6.1 Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
6.2 Advisory Committee
6.3 The Energy Conservation Center, Japan (ECCJ)
Reference
Energy Calories (Japan)


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