Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)

Founding Year: 1996

Staff:

Budget:

Tatsuya Terazawa (Chairman & CEO)

It aims to carry on research activities specialized in the area of energy from the viewpoint of the national economy as a whole in a bid to contribute to sound development of the Japanese energy-supplying and energy-consuming industries and to the improvement of people’s life in the country by objectively analyzing energy problems and providing basic data, information and reports necessary for the formulation of policies. With the diversification of social needs during the three and a half decades of its operation, IEEJ has expanded its scope of research activities to include such topics as environmental problems and international cooperation closely related to energy.

Publications:

 

Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


  Organization Type

  Geographic Foci

 Subjects

Related Content

A non-profit organization promoting policy implementation and an energy efficiency market. Works with industry and government to transform the market for energy-efficient products and services, helping India meet its energy…

A global organization that supports the geothermal sector and delivers the future of clean energy. Works to push geothermal as a game changer for attaining Sustainable Development Goal #7 of…

An American association representing more than eighty-five leading organizations advancing the production, distribution, and use of innovative, clean, safe, and reliable hydrogen energy. Provides consistent industry voice to policymakers and…