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By 2020, Japan targets its power generation from renewable sources to increase by 50 percent, and Biomass power is expected to see a fivefold increase over the same period. The country's renewal of its renewable energy feed-in-tariff (FIT) scheme in July 2012, has prompted increased biomass throughputs and encouraged Japanese utilities to buy renewable electricity from wider areas, such as the industry sector.

"Japan's NSSMC expands biomass use" 
~ 19 Feb 2015, Argus

"Marubeni to Build 37MW Biomass Power Plant inWestern Japan" ~ 26 Feb 2015, Bloomberg

Japanese firms are increasingly keen on the biomass sector since its inclusion in the 2012's FIT scheme. Industries such as steel-making are expanding biomass usage for in-house energy generation to reduce emissions while the Japanese paper companies tap on biomass power generation to energize profit. According to Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI), Japan's biomass consumption in January-November period last year rose by 6.7pc to 2mnt compared with the same period of 2013.


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