Research and Development for Total Cost Reduction of Heat Utilization as Renewable Energy
The goal of this project is to promote research and development that contributes to a reduction in the total cost of utilizing heat as renewable energy and thereby expand its use. There are a wide variety of players involved in the introduction of systems for utilizing heat as renewable energy. Therefore, in addition to promoting research and development by using a consortium framework that includes both upstream and downstream players, the path and specific efforts (i.e., popularization measures) necessary for achieving the following goals will be compiled in an action plan: reducing total costs by at least 20% by 2023 (return on investment in 14 years or less) and reducing total costs by at least 30% by 2030 (return on investment in 8 years or less).
Road to 2030
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Last Updated : May 13, 2022