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Jul 16, 2022
In Wellness Forum
In the process of developing agricultural green energy facilities in Taiwan, farmers tend to prioritize the power generation benefits of photovoltaics over the benefits of agricultural production, and even the phenomenon of "fake farming and real power generation" occurs. Japan is a pioneer of agricultural green energy. This article will use Japan's experience in developing agricultural photovoltaic facilities to review the background, policy measures and facility types of Japan's development process, and through the case of Japan's actual operation of agricultural type, to understand How actors participate, and the mechanics and empirical analysis of the overall operation. Renewable energy introduction in farming, mountain and fishing villages in Japan According to the decision of the Cabinet meeting in photo background removing July 2018, Japan announced the new "Fifth Basic Energy Plan". In fact, the Japanese government began to actively promote the development of renewable energy in 2013, and hopes that renewable energy will account for 22% to 24% of the total electricity by 2030, and renewable energy will become the main source of electricity (Kamada Tomoya, 2018). In order to achieve the 2030 energy target, the rural, mountain and fishing villages in Japan have a very high potential for the development and utilization of renewable energy due to the existence of abundant resources. According to the land data of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan in 2016, there are about 25.05 million hectares of forest in Japan, accounting for 66.3% of the country's land area; 4.5 million hectares of agricultural land, accounting for 11.9% of the country's land ar Among them, the unfavorable agricultural management area is 183,000 hectares. If solar photovoltaic facilities can be erected on this 183,000 hectares of farmland, it is estimated that the annual power generation will be about 134.7 billion kWh (Chuanzhong Zhengguang, 2019). 0417jp solar The composition of Japan's territory | Reference material: Masamitsu Kawaka (2019) Data intercepted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan; redrawn by the author The Foodstuffs Industry Bureau of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries believes that the importance of "introducing renewable energy into Japan's farming, mountain and fishing villages" lies in the
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