Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies

Founding Year: 2000

Staff: 9

Budget:

Iida Tetsunari (Founder & Chairperson)

The Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies is an independent, non-profit research organization. It works towards “to provide resources and services to realize a sustainable energy society.” Hence, it engages in a “wide range of programs and activities by providing policy recommendations concerning renewable energy and energy efficiency to the Japanese government, guidance and advice to local municipalities, conducting events such as international conference and symposium.”

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Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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