Global Warming 8--Japan Leads in Energy Conservation
Home energy use has declined in the U.S. but Japanese homes are far more energy-efficient
JAPAN LEADS THE WORLD IN ENERGY CONSERVATION
Japanese homes used less than half the energy, on average, of American homes in 2001 the last year for which comparable data are available. Japan is far ahead of the U.S. in adopting new energy saving technology. So is Germany according to the article by Martin Fackler in this morning's NY Times. 1-6-06.
Japan Leads in Energy Conservation
- The Land of Rising Conservation
Japan leads industrialized countries in energy conservation. Is quicker to adopt new technology. Germany also leads the United States.
Japanese homes used less than half the energy of U.S. homes.
Japanese homes used less than half the energy of American homes in 2001
Kiminobu Kimura of Tokyo uses a fuel cell resembling a filing cabinet that sits in front of his house.
More by this Author
It was what Elvis believed, it was what his music had stood for from the start: the breakdown of barriers, both musical and racial. This is not, unfortunately, how it is always perceived 30 years after his death.
Global Warming Update--2008-2011 This site is an aggregation of articles from reputable sources about scientific research 2008 to the present.
The best approach to improving motor vehicle fuel economy may be to apply a ehicle weight tax. This tax could be tapered in over a 5 to 10 year period with the effect of roughly equalizing the fuel cost per mile in the...
No comments yet.