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Why did the manufacturing industry of Japan succeed
in the energy conservation after the Oil Crisis?
  1. Cost reduction incentive (enforcement of international competitiveness) and self-help efforts by enterprises
    • Energy conservation investment and technological innovation. ZD,QC activity, Kaizen by small group activities, TQC and TQM.
  2. Regulation measures by Government(Energy Conservation Law)
  3. Support and subsidy system by Government(finance, tax, subsidiary aid)
< Energy Conservation Philosophy>
  • Energy Conservation should be achieved at "on-site".
  • Energy Conservation is practical and steady activities.

< Energy conservation is to minimize energy loss and to maximize energy efficiency at energy utilizing site. >

Trend in Final Energy Consumption by Sector (~2002)
Amendment of the Energy Conservation Law(enforced in April, 2003)
to enact the regulation of large-scale buildings in conform with Class 1 designated factories.
to strengthen the energy conservation promoting activities of the residential and commercial sector.

<COP3 Kyoto Commitment in 1997>
GHG Reduction Targets in Major Countries during 2008 and 2012
(Compared with the base year 1990)

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