Momentary Interruption for Special Report/Update of Japan’s Feed-In-Tariff and Sun Is The Future


Dear Readers,

Please allow this momentary interruption of our report/special series on Solar Decathlon of 2011.  I am bringing you some wonderful update/news  associated with our effort in petition drive for Renewable Energy and Feed-In-Tariff/CLEAN Program for planet earth:

I. If you are in favor of renewable,  clean, or solar energy, please sign this petition for FIT/CLEAN Program, accessible at Thank you very much. We are at a critical juncture in human history when individual effort and participation in the transition into renewable energy age is desperately needed!  Your signature will be very meaningful in helping all earthlings!  For a summary of why we need to switch to power the earth with Wind-Water-Sunlight quickly, reasons are explained by Stanford Professor Mark Z. Jacobson at There are more than sixteen episodes of discussions on FIT (Feed-In-Tariff/CLEAN Program) available at Please feel free to read/listen to them (type in feed-in-tariff in the search box at right).

II.We have just found out that Japan is positioning itself to be the next large growth market for renewable energy on Friday, August 26, 2011, as the upper chamber of parliament approved legislation that will create a National Feed-In-Tariff. For more details, please refer to: .

III.For those of you who have been curious, our latest from Google Analytics: since the beginning of Sun Is The Future (Feb. 1, 2011), up to this point in time (August 27, 2011), we have readers from 93 countries, 1031 cities, 18 subcontinent regions, and 6 continents. Thank you for your support and I hope more of you will be signing the petition and spread the words for and the petition drive.  Let’s work together in moving our planet earth toward the Renewable Energy Age.

We will return to our presentation on Solar Decathlon of 2011 in the next episode here at Sun Is The Future.

written and posted by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker,

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