Report: Energy Storage Landscape in Japan

About the Report 

Aside from Japan’s plans for wide-spread implementation of smart-city and smart-grid technology during the coming decades, the country’s market is also defined by a general shift away from nuclear and fossil-fuel energy towards a highly-diffuse renewable energy infrastructure. The emergence of this new reality will have ramifications not only at the grid-level utility-scale, but also at the local-scale and even the residential scale. Additionally, this means not only demand for actual energy storage devices, but also for infrastructure and software with which such systems interact. For European firms interested in Japan’s market, this shift presents various opportunities. Hence, the aim of this report is to provide an overview of the energy storage market in Japan, address market's characteristics, key success factors as well as challenges and opportunities in this sector.

About the Expert:

Max Berre is a financial-regulatory economist based at EDHEC Business School. Click here to access his profile

The recording of the past webinar covering this topic is available for online viewers here. (Once you are logged in, look for the link below the "After event information").

Picture: Matsukawa Geothermal Power Station Iwate, Japan
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