Environmental planning might impact on economic planning. Osaka was a more economically dominant city in the past, however its budget deficits created in 1987-1997 and decaying exports have given it second place when compared to Tokyo (Kamo, 2000). An economic planner will attempt to work with the government to increase its economic activities. However, the Government is already facing issues in revitalizing the industries of Osaka. Given the declined economy and declining population in Osaka, and problems in revitalizing industries and economic, the people in Osaka will not have much spending power. Hence, the high price eco friendly cars may not sell as much as the Government plans for. In a similar way, in environmental planning it is seen that the Osaka Government attempts to increase solar energy usages, incentives and subsidies are already planned for the companies that will use solar energy contributing to the tune of 10,000 kW worth of total solar power (Hays, 2009). Economic planners will hence have to make tradeoffs to accommodate the production restrains that the dedicated use of solar power will result in. Until a full transition that equals normal power can be achieved, there will be some form of economic tensions created by the environmental plan to use solar power.