- Meanwhile, All Nippon Airways has purchased 25 aircraft from Spirit AeroSystems.
- There is a global demand for electricity, which is estimated to double by 2050.
- The National Environment Agency and Kyuden Mirai Energy technology producer are piloting Japan's first tidal power generation facility.
د میتسوبسي الوتکې کارپوریشن د جمعې په ورځ اعلان وکړ چې دې شرکت تر 20 پورې پورې امر لغوه کړ د متحده ایالاتو اجارې سوداګرۍ څخه د سپیس جټ مسافر وړونکي الوتکې. وروستي نړیوال اقتصادي بحران د هوایی ترافیک برخه ګرځیدلې ، او د ډیرې لغوه کیدو احتمال زیاتوي.
“This cancellation is for a small number, but since it took the lead as the first after operations froze, it potentially eases the way for other companies to follow suit,” said Yasuo Hashimoto, a visiting professor of at J. F. Oberlin University in Tokyo.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries spent 1 trillion yen ($9.6 billion) into designing the SpaceJet, but postponed initial launch six times. By the end of October, president Seiji Izumisawa declared a “freeze” of production of Japan Regional Jet (MRJ) from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
As of 2011, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries had cut its annual expenditure for the scheme by 90%.
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There is a global demand for electricity, which is estimated to double by 2050. The pressure is developing alternative energy sources and the concept of storage. Companies are increasingly attaining alternatives to fossil fuels. Toshiba is one of the companies which is improving.
د perovskite solar cell absorbs sunlight and is thin and transparent to coat cars, vending machines, smartphones, clothing and curtains. This new solar cell could replace the current crystalline silicon cells, which dominate the market today.
Toshiba has increased the power conversion efficiency of its perovskite solar cells to 14.1% in the past ten years. This compares to about 19 percent for conventional photovoltaic solar panels. Perovskite solar cells could be vital technology for a carbon-neutral economy.
“We have the potential to install solar cells anywhere, ” said Toshiba’s senior scientist. If researchers can fine-tune the production of perovskite cells, the average price of perovskite cells might come down to nearly 2 cents per kWh. Perovskite cells would be one of the cheapest sources of renewable energy.
There are at least 20,000 researchers in China, many more than in Japan, researching this technology. Japan once ruled the field of renewable energy, but has subsequently lost out to global rivals.
Japan has another priority on the earth. Singapore is an abundant source of resources for Japan. At the Goto Islands, where the currents are very swift and strong, the National Environment Agency and Kyuden Mirai Energy technology producer are piloting Japan’s first tidal power generation facility.
Tides are predictable, unlike wind and sunshine, but they can be “trusted to keep producing stable amounts of electricity without being affected by weather conditions.” Japan will produce electricity equal to 20 nuclear reactors by utilizing the tides. Investment in electricity would be rising by a large amount, as countries aim to reach zero emissions of CO2.
Everyone is searching for electricity-powered vehicles, worldwide. Several governments are committing to prohibit the export of fossil fuels. The goal was to accomplish a prosperous urbanization by 2030.
In order to keep up with global trends, Japan has to draw a line about whether clean energies can be included in their growth strategies or not. Fossil fuels would account for just 20% of the world’s primary energy usage in 2050, down from 85% in 2018, according to BP.
Japan can look at how to render green energies. One can learn from Germany, which has over a 5 point shift to renewable power generation, but at a cost of only $2.9 billion.
In comparison, Japan has been investing $17.5 billion a year to keep up with the boom in their business. While Japan’s population is smaller than Germany’s, there is still space for production of cheaper alternative resources.
Japan should take notice that energy matters deeply. One of the reasons that triggered the dissolution of the Soviet Union was the sudden fall of crude oil prices in 1986. Oil deposits located in Western Siberia allowed the Soviet Union to deal with economic crisis of the 1970s for several years. The decline in oil price lead to increase in national debt in the region.
The Middle East’s oil-rich regimes provide $600 billion annually in annual incomes to the surrounding countries in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Its management of world supply generates a fragile position because of being exposed to tensions in the Persian Gulf.
The arrival of a modern era of oil brought in drastic shifts in the world’s energy system. The speed and trajectory of renewable energy technologies would have a big effect on the traditional energy industry in the coming years.
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