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CO2 Emission Reductions Expected from Government-Subsidize Projects and Their Contribution to the Global Warming Countermeasure in Japan

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This paper presents general evaluations using government public data, about how CO2 emission reductions expected from the government-subsidized projects contribute to the global warming countermeasures in Japan. It also evaluates how the CO2 reductions of the government-subsidized projects significantly contribute to achieve the total CO2 reduction targets established by the government. It was found that the cost performance from the typical government-subsidized projects is about twice as much as the cost performance of all the government projects, and that the expected CO2 reductions of the government‒subsidized projects contribute enough to achieve the total CO2 reduction targets of the government.

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