Japan is aiming to award 10 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity by the end of the decade, spurring a contest for the contracts to build the projects.
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The carmaker aims to introduce 30 EV models by 2030 with a production volume of more than 2 million vehicles a year.
A web of red-tape governing nuclear reactors born from the Fukushima nuclear disaster 11 years ago means that the resumption of operations can’t speed up, no matter the political pressure.
The depreciation of the yen will amplify soaring energy and commodity prices that are hurting both companies and consumers.
Unless the situation with Russia drastically changes, Japanese companies and consortia have decided to keep their stakes in Sakhalin 1, Sakhalin 2 and Arctic LNG 2 projects.
Meanwhile, lawyers for Nissan's former director, Greg Kelly, said they will appeal a ruling that saw him given a suspended sentence.
The strictest among the G7, Japan’s border controls have attracted criticism as the country slammed its door shut to foreign visitors and students.
Since taking over, CEO Toshiaki Higashihara is credited with transforming Hitachi, once the country’s biggest loss-maker, into a profitable enterprise without outside intervention.
Waiting times were already stretching out to two years after the vehicle was revamped in 2021 for the first time in 14 years.
Scores of flights were canceled, warnings were issued of possible highway closures and trains delayed by the storm on Friday.