Iida started his career as a nuclear engineer, but he quit in 1992, and went to study renewable energy in Sweden. When he returned to Japan in 1998, he formed the Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies. Since then he has set up several green mutual funds.
In September 2011, Iida launched the Japan Renewable Energy Foundation. The foundation will bring together some 100 experts from around the world to analyse obstacles to implementing renewable energy, and offer policy recommendations to the new Japanese government.
In the film “Renewable Japan – Search for a New Energy Paradigm”, the Lawyer and Director Hiroyuki Kawai presents how pioneering individuals, communities and companies are meeting their energy needs in Japan and around the world. Together with Tetsunari Iida, the director shows the quality and scale of the energy revolution that is underway in […]