Amazon Finds Japan's Clean Power Policy Inadequate

By
Hiroki Sato
1 min read

Amazon, known as the biggest corporate purchaser of clean electricity, strongly criticized Japan's energy policy for failing to rapidly supply green power to the private sector. At a Renewable Energy Institute conference in Tokyo, Ken Haig, head of energy and environmental policy for the Asia-Pacific region at Amazon Web Services, voiced concern over the slow pace of enabling new projects to meet the growing demand for renewable power in Japan. Haig emphasized the insufficient supply to meet the increasing demand from numerous companies seeking renewable power in the country. Amazon's stance reveals a clear verdict on Japan's energy policy, illustrating the urgent need for faster and more substantial action to support clean energy initiatives.

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