BMI View: Japan's solar sector will undergo a slowdown in growth over the coming years as government
subsidy cuts and grid connectivity bottlenecks lead to a reduction in installations. Solar will continue to be
the technology of choice for the country - both utility ..."
BMI View: Recent reductions to Japan's feed-in tariffs for solar power align with our long-held view that
the Japanese renewables market will undergo a slowdown, amid the government's lessening support for the
sector. Furthermore, the move echoes other mature global r ..."
BMI View: Japan will remain one of the three largest renewables market in the Asia region over our 10-
year forecast period, despite our projection that growth rates will slow over the coming years. Difficulties
integrating solar projects into the electricity system a ..."
BMI View: Our view that growth in Japan's renewables industry would undergo a slowdown has been
reinforced by reports of a fall in the number of solar module shipments during the three months to end-
June. Difficulties integrating projects into the electricity system ..."
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BMI View: Japan's nuclear restarts threaten to cloud the country's renewable industry, which was
previously one of the fastest growing, and most attractive in the world, owing primarily to the lucrative
financial incentives on offer to developers. We have witnessed sl ..."
BMI View: After years of sizeable growth, Japan's renewables expansion is slowing, as the government
reigns in its support for renewable energy - in light of the government's continued commitment to nuclear
power and the limitations with integrating renewables into th ..."
BMI View: We are maintaining our 2015 forecasts for non-hydropower renewable energy generation and
capacity in Japan this quarter. Our long-term forecasts for the sector remain stable as well, although we
highlight that a potential change in regulations in April 2015 poses a do ..."
BMI View: We have revised up our 2014 growth forecasts for non-hydropower renewable energy
generation and capacity in Japan this quarter on the back of a surge in solar panel shipments. We have also
slightly revised up our long-term forecasts for the sector on the bac ..."
BMI View: We have maintained our 2014 growth forecasts for non-hydropower renewable energy
generation and capacity in Japan this quarter, despite an upward revision to our estimates for 2013. This is
because our assumptions - namely a reduction in sector bottlenecks, ..."