The Nagano Prefecture resort town of Karuizawa has long been associated with green, natural energy.
Japanese oil company Inpex will begin using carbon dioxide emitted by its own facilities to create methane for gas starting in August.
Japanese oil and gas company Inpex is set to agree in principle with the Indonesian government to build a liquefied natural gas plant in Indonesia, Nikkei learned Friday.
Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will scrap a system in which solar and wind energy from major power companies is purchased at a predetermined price.
Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings will utilize its utility poles to install electric vehicle charging stations in the Tokyo metropolitan area, an innovation that promises to cut the costs and space needed for the next-generation infrastructure.
A government white paper on Friday called for cuts in costs for consumers to promote power generation from renewable energy sources.
ANA Holdings Inc. and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have joined forces to look into the feasibility of using a satellite system to find the best flight paths for airplanes by observing wind and other conditions, thus cutting fuel consumption and costs.
East Japan Railway Co., or JR East, has announced a plan to test new electric-powered trains using hydrogen fuel cells from fiscal 2021.
Toyota Motor will partner with China's CATL, the world's largest automotive battery maker, the Japanese automaker announced on Friday, diversifying its supply of crucial components in a push to accelerate the electrification of its offerings.
Japan's MUFG Bank will set up a 100 billion yen ($924.4 million) fund -- the largest-ever such fund by a Japanese bank -- to invest in infrastructure projects overseas by the end of 2019.