Wind energy in Japan - Industrial cooperation and business potential for European companies

Although wind power installations in Japan are still way behind Europe’s volume, 80% of Japan’s related wind industry believes that the sector will grow in the future and the business potential is huge. Which are the bottlenecks that hinder wind energy development today? What are recent trends and policies, relevant to the sector? To which extent can European companies participate in maturing the market and tackling the barriers? The report addresses these questions, maps key players of the sector and presents business opportunities the market holds.

Report written by Ines Heger in the framework of the Minerva Fellowship Programme.

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