Japan committed $92 billion into coal and nuclear development

A report released on Monday has found that between January 2013 and July 2018, Japanese financial institutions have poured US$92 billion into coal and nuclear development—a sum bigger than the gross domestic product of Sri Lanka.  

Now I knew that Japan was one of the only countries that is actually actively increasing coal power generation capacity, but I didn't know they committed this much money...

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Coal, NC, and has hydrates and natgas-LNG

Energy security and sustainability at reasonable costs

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21 hours ago, CMOP said:

🤑 That's a whole lot of money. 

So they invested $92 billion into coal and nuclear in their country. 

And $100 Billion into solar in India. Hmm

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/14/japans-softbank-to-invest-100-billion-in-india-solar-power-project.html

 

Apparently India gets more sun than Japan to justify 100bil$ in solar investment in India

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1 minute ago, ceo_energemsier said:

Apparently India gets more sun than Japan to justify 100bil$ in solar investment in India

Indeed this is true. Not to mention a whole lot of more space ;]

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