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METI / ECCJ / ACE Training Program MTPEC05 (2006.08)

Energy Conservation Policy & Measures in Japan
Agency for Natural Resources and Energy (ANRE)
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)

Table of Contents
I. Situations Surrounding Energy Consumption in Japan
  1. Overall Status........................................................................................
2. Transition of Energy Consumption in the Industrial Sector........................
3. Transition of Energy Consumption in the Commercial/Residential Sector...
4. Transition of Energy Consumption in the Transportation Sector.................
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II. Energy Conservation Measures by Sectors
    1. Overview of Energy Conservation Measure...............................................
2. Energy Conservation Measures for the Industrial Sector..............................
3. Energy Conservation Measures for the Commercial/Residential Sector.........
4. Energy Conservation Measures for the Transportation Sector......................
5. Development of Energy Conservation Technologies.....................................
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I. Situations Surrounding Energy Consumption in Japan
I-1. Overall Status
Transition of Final Energy Consumption (1)
Source: Energy Balance Tables in Japan, Annual Report on National Accounts
(Note) The GDP is real GDP based on 1995 prices according to 93SNA.

I-1. Overall Status
Transition of Final Energy Consumption (2)
  • Japanís final energy consumption has increased almost continuously, except immediately after the two oil crises and during the recent economic recession.
  • The ratio of industrial: commercial/residential: transportation uses shifted from 4:1:1 (oil crisis) to 2:1:1 (FY2003).

Source: Energy Balance Tables in Japan, Annual Report on National Accounts
(Note) Note that, due to revision of the aggregation method in Energy Balance Tables in Japan, values for FY1990 onwards and values for preceding years are the results of utilizing different methods.

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