Japan shipping more wood pellets to diversify away from coal
By 2030, Japanese demand for wood pellets will be upwards of 15m tonnes per year – a staggering 3,000% increase over its consumption of roughly 500,000 tonnes in 2017
Japan’s consumption of wood pellets continues to increase significantly in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011, as its government has targeted a ‘best energy mix’ of roughly 4 GW of biomass-fired capacity
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