Although the clean energy transition is taking place around the world, Japan has set particularly ambitious climate goals. The country’s first goal is to reduce its carbon emissions by 46% compared to 2013 levels by 2030, and Japan aims to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 .1
Koumi Kogen Solar Farm is not only an important step in enabling Japan to meet its climate goals, but it also represents the beginning of Invenergy’s role in helping accelerate the country’s clean energy future. Koumi Kogen Solar Farm generates approximately 12,000 megawatt hours of electricity per year, which is enough to power nearly 3,500 homes annually.2 More Invenergy clean energy projects are already underway in Japan.
1 “How Japan is accelerating efforts towards a carbon-neutral society,” Jan. 16, 2023, World Economic Forum
2 First year power estimate