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Japan to tackle red tape to boost renewable energy
by Yuka Obayashi
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23 April 2021
On 23 April 2021 Reuters reported:
Japan plans to cut approval times for wind projects, open up abandoned farmland, boost grid capacity and other measures to slash red tape that has for decades impeded efforts to bring more renewable energy into the power mix. Actions to reduce bureaucracy are set to accelerate after Japan on Thursday [22 April] nearly doubled its 2030 target for cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as world leaders met for a climate summit hosted by U.S. President Joe Biden.
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