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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
 - 
12:50
Paid Session
English/Japanese
SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Hydrogen Energy Strategies in Japan

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
10:30
 - 
12:00
Free Session
English/Japanese
FC-K1
Course Leader: Kenichiro ota, Fuel Cell Development Information Center
Sub Course Leader: Eji Ohira, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
Updates on the Hydrogen Policy in the Carbon Neutral Era
Tomohiko Adachi
Director, Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Strategy Office,
Agency for Natural Resources and Energy,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

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General overview and updates on Japan's vision and actions towards hydrogen society. The presentation will discuss each phase of hydrogen supply chain (i.e., production, delivery/storage and use) and introduce the activities of the Japanese companies and initiatives of the government.

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Having practised as an international business lawyer in the energy and infrastructure sector for more than a decade in London and Tokyo, Mr Adachi joined METI in July 2022 and currently leads the hydrogen and fuel cells strategy team and develops policies and strategies for a future hydrogen society.

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International Liquefied Hydrogen Supply Chain
Shigeru Yamamoto
Chief Director,
CO2-free Hydrogen Energy Supply-chain Technology Research Association(HySTRA)/
Deputy General Manager,
Hydrogen Strategy Div.,
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

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HySTRA and Kawasaki have a long partnership to build international hydrogen supply chains. This presentation mainly shows the pilot demonstration of Japan-Australia hydrogen supply chain for the first time in the world, and the demonstration of Hydrogen gas turbine Cogeneration system. Also, will introduce an overview of the project and a future effort toward commercialization.

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Future Prospects of Hydrogen Business Around the World

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
12:00
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13:30
Free Session
English/Japanese
FC-K2
Course Leader: Kenichiro ota, Fuel Cell Development Information Center
Sub Course Leader: Eji Ohira, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
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Sunita Satyapal
Director,
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office,
U.S. Department of Energy *TBC

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Dr. Sunita Satyapal is the Director for the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office and coordinates activities across offices for the U.S. DOE Hydrogen Program. She is responsible for more than $150 million per year in hydrogen and fuel cell research, development, demonstration, and deployment activities. She has two and a half decades of experience across industry, academia, and government, including at United Technologies managing research and business development, and as a visiting professor. She also coordinates across international hydrogen activities and is currently Vice-Chair of the International Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Economy, a partnership among over 20 countries to accelerate progress in hydrogen, and she serves as co-lead for hydrogen efforts within the Clean Energy Ministerial and Mission Innovation. She received her Ph.D. from Columbia University and did postdoctoral work in Applied and Engineering Physics at Cornell University.
She has numerous publications, including in Scientific American, 10 patents, and a number of recognitions including a Presidential Rank Award.

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Trends in the Development of Japan's World-Leading Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs)

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-1
Course Leader: Satomi Tomohide, Fuel Cell Commercialization Conference of Japan
Sub Course Leader: Hiroaki Tamura, Japan Automobile Research Institute
Toyota Motor Corporation's Efforts to Realize a Hydrogen Society
Nobuyuki Orihashi
Project General Manager,
Hydrogen System Products Development Div., Hydrogen Business Field, CV Company,
TOYOTA MOTOR Corp.

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The hydrogen role towards the realization of CN society is rising.With 2nd generation Mirai's launch, Toyota is making efforts to raise interest in society, such as "modularization of FC units" aiming for diversification and "creation of new value for FCEVs" by taking advantage of the abundant power generation capacity of hydrogen FCs.

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Honda Fuel Cell Technology
Shuichi Togasawa
Chief Engineer,
Innovative Research excellence, Power Unit & Energy,
Honda R&D Co., Ltd.

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Honda has committed the development of Fuel Cell vehicle as an important technology for realizing a Carbon Neutral Society from an early stage of the movement.
This presentation explains our challenge to make this technology more versatile and the future direction of hydrogen business.

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The Expansion of FC Technology and Verification Tests of Heavy Commercial Vehicles

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
10:00
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11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-2
Development and Commercialization of FC Heavy Duty Truck
Wookjin Na
Vice President,
Truck LCM Group,
Hyundai Motor Company

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An on-going story of FC heavy duty truck, Xcient Fuel Cell that is being commercially operated in the market is presented by its developer of Hyundai Motor. Challenges to develop the world's first series-produced FC heavy duty truck include packaging dual power sources of FC and batteries, integrated engineering for thermal management and balancing energy efficiency with power performance. Strategic process incorporates the product planning based on market research and the vehicle architecture based on a total engineering technique. The integrated system simulation plays a key role in tackling the engineering tasks to enable the FC powered heavy duty truck to achieve the required performance for vocational assignments of up to 40-ton GVW.

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The author is the head of Truck Life Cycle Management group as vice president of Hyundai Motor Company. He has been commtted in development of commercial vehicles for Hyundai for more than 26 years. His career covers CAE engineering, engineering design of body and project management including product planning and development.

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Future Prospects of Optimized Fuel Cell Systems for Heavy-duty Applications
Christian Mohrdieck
Chief Commercial Officer,
cellcentric GmbH & Co.KG

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To ensure optimized performance and lifetime of a fuel cell system in the long-haul heavy-duty truck application, design and validation of the fuel cell need to account for the specific stressors of the truck operation. The technical and economic aspects of the implementation at present and in the future are described.

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Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck is Chief Commercial Officer of cellcentric GmbH & Co. KG - A Daimler Truck AG & Volvo Group Company. Previously he was CEO of Mercedes-Benz Fuel Cell GmbH and Managing Director of Daimler Truck Fuel Cell GmbH & Co KG.
Having completed diploma and PhD studies of physics in Germany and France, Christian Mohrdieck began his professional career 1989 in research at Daimler-Benz AG in Frankfurt. After heading the R&T Executive Board Office in Stuttgart, he was responsible for Fuel Cell Systems at DaimlerChrysler Corporation in the USA. Back in Germany, Christian Mohrdieck became Head of Structural Materials at Daimler-Chrysler Research. From 2005 to 2012 he led the Fuel Cell and Li-Ion battery R&D at Daimler. Since 2012 Christian Mohrdieck has been Head of Fuel Cell at the Daimler Group and CEO of NuCellSys GmbH since 2015.
Being a Honorary Professor, he teaches at the University of Ulm and the Technical University of Vienna.

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New Mobility Development Trends Expanding the Use of Hydrogen

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-3
The speech title will be announced shortly
Katsumi Ise
Executive Vice President, Director General of Innovation Strategy Headquarters,
East Japan Railway Company

Application of Hydrogen Fuel Cells to Ships in YANMAR
Takehiro Maruyama
Senior Engineer,
Research and Development Center, Innovation and Technology Div.,
YANMAR HOLDINGS Co., Ltd.

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In the maritime sector, efforts to reduce GHG emissions from ships have been gathering pace and there are several projects to build hydrogen fuel cell powered ships such as passenger ferries and service vessels. This presentation describes general requirements for applying hydrogen fuel cells to ships as well as maritime hydrogen fuel cells related activities in YANMAR.

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The Latest Technologies and Initiatives in the Use of Pure Hydrogen Stationary Fuel Cells

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
10:00
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11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-4
Course Leader: Junichi Sato, Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corp.
Sub Course Leader: Atsushi Nanjou, ENEOS Corp.
Latest Developments of Hydrogen Fuel Cell and Effort to Contribute to Cabon Neutral
Soichiro Shimotori
Senior Manager,
Energy Aggregation Div.,
Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Co.

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Toshiba Energy Systems $ Solutions Co. has developed hydrogen fueled stationary fuel cell systems, which covers electrical outputs from 5 to 100 kW. The latest status of fuel cell and CO2 electrolysis technologies are presented as contribution to realize carbon neutral society.

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The Future of Hydrogen and FC Stationary Power Sources Working with Toyota
Shinichi Sakai
General Manager,
TOYOTA Motor Corp.

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Toward the realization of a CN society, we will introduce examples of FC stationary power supply development and demonstration using MIRAI technology and making hydrogen friends, and the challenges and countermeasures for popularization learned from these cases. Thinking together about the realization of a hydrogen society.

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Latest Trends in Water Electrolysis Cell Material Development

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-5
Course Leader: Osamu Yamazaki, OSAKA GAS Co., Ltd.
Sub Course Leader: Junichi Sato, Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corp.
De Nora Permelec's Activities for Energy Transitions
Abe Hiroshi
Business Development Manager,
Marketing and Business Development, Electrode Technologies Business,
DE NORA PERMELEC Ltd.

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The De Nora Group, which has been providing Dimensionally Stable Electrode "DSE" to the global chlor-alkali industry for many years, is applying DSE technology to develop electrodes for alkaline water electrolysis. In this presentation, I will introduce the past efforts and future prospects for electrode development in the De Nora Group.

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Low-cost and High-performance Water Electrolyzer Using Anion Exchange Membranes
Hiroshi Ito
Leader, Group,
Research Institute for Energy Conservation,
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

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The development of water electrolyzers using alkaline anion exchange membranes (AEM) as electrolytes as low-cost, high-performance water electrolyzers has been actively pursued both in Japan and overseas. In this presentation, the characteristics of the AEM water electrolyzer and the R&D activities at AIST would be introduced.

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In March 1993, he received a master's degree from the Tokyo Institute of Technology. He joined National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in April 1993, and has been engaged in research and development of hydrogen energy conversion devices (fuel cells and water electrolyzers) since 2004.

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Latest Trends in Water Electrolysis Technologies Aimed at Large-Scale High-Efficiency Manufacturing of Hydrogen

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-6
Course Leader: Toru Kato, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Sub Course Leader: Tomohide Kazama, Nomura Research Institute Ltd.
Germany's Approach to Carbon Neutral - Current Status & Future Perspective of Hydrogen Production
Heiko Staubitz
Senior Manager,
Germany Trade & Invest

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Germany is taking active measures to counter volatility in the European energy market caused, in part, by the war in Ukraine. Prior to the outbreak of hostilities in Ukraine, Germany had revised its renewable energy goal to 80 percent of power supply by 2030. Solar energy will be expanded to 215 GW by 2030. And two percent of Germany's land area reserved for wind energy purposes.
A package of energy-relief measures worth EUR 200 billion has been proposed to offset the worst effects of the ongoing energy crisis and rising inflation. Funding will be made available to bring down gas prices and support gas-procuring companies as well as protect business, industry and private households. The National Hydrogen Strategy has set a target of 10 GW by 2030 for market ramp-up. This gives industry a clear target to build on and helps bridge the price gap between grey- and green hydrogen.
The European hydrogen strategy strengthens the whole process and offers further investment incentives. It is now important to integrate renewable energy sources, expand their share in other sectors beyond electricity supply particularly heat and transport), and increase overall energy efficiency. These processes represent a major challenge for the German energy sector, but also create opportunities for innovative solutions, new players, and international cooperation.

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Heiko Staubitz has been senior manager investor consulting in the department for Energy, Building & Environmental Technologies within GTAI since 2007. He is responsible for the industrial settlement of international companies in Germany in the field of hydrogen and energy infrastructure.
Prior to his position at GTAI, Heiko Staubitz worked for many years as product developer in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency at EnBW, Germany's third-largest energy supplier. He has an academic background in energy and process engineering.

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The Current R & D Status and Future Business Plan of Electrolyzers in Siemens Energy
Martin Hablutzel
Sustainable Energy Systems,
Siemens Energy

Ceres SteelCell Technology for High Efficiency Clean Power and Green Hydrogen
Subhasish Mukerjee
Chief Scientific Officer,
Ceres Power Ltd.

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Ceres' unique SteelCell metal supported technology is increasingly establishing itself as the global standard for solid oxide cells - combining robustness, high efficiency and low cost. This technology has a wide range of applications in the stationary and transportation sectors as well as the rapidly growing Electrolysis and E-fuels sector. This presentation will highlight the fast-growing commercial traction of the Ceres SteelCell technology and the products and manufacturing plans in the pipeline for clean, efficient power generation and green hydrogen production globally.

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Dr. Subhasish Mukerjee is the Chief Scientific Officer at Ceres, a world leading clean energy technology company in the UK. He is responsible for all aspects of the core technology development. He is also a honorary visiting professor at Imperial College, London. Dr. Mukerjee has extensive (~25 years) experience in clean energy technologies and has worked previously at BP and at Delphi Corp.

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Hydrogen Market Expansion Accelerated by the Ukraine Conflict and Japan's Efforts for Social Implementation

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
10:00
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11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-7
Course Leader: Tomohide Kazama, Nomura Research Institute Ltd.
Sub Course Leader: Toru Kato, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Hydrogen Policies in the World with Ukraine Crisis and Decarbonization Trends
Akiteru Maruta
Project Manager/Principal,
Energy Research Dept.,
Technova Inc

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With Ukraine crisis and decarbonization trends of the World, major countries are promoting hydrogen with new and revised hydrogen policies. EU doubled its 2030 hydrogen target and the US announced Clean Hydrogen Strategy. Korea announced 3 Up Strategy to build competitive hydrogen supply-chain. How should Japan react to the World?

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Dr. Maruta is a Project Manager/Principal at Technova, Inc. Tokyo. He has 2 decade experiences on hydrogen and fuel cells for the Government and industry. Dr. Maruta acquired Ph.D. in Environmental study, Master in Public Administration, Master of International relations, and Master in Chemical Engineering.

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The Demand Potential and Optimal Supply System of CO2-free Hydrogen in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area
Ito Sho
Senior Consultant,
Sustainability Business Consulting Dept.,
Nomura Research Institute Ltd.

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Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. and Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. have collaborated in making a survey, supported by NEDO, in which the demand potential and optimal supply system of CO2-free hydrogen were analyzed. In this presentation, we would explain the result of the survey from the perspectives of "demand", "supply" and "economic rationality."

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Latest Trends in Building a Hydrogen Supply Chain

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-8
Course Leader: Jun miyazaki, Iwatani Corp.
Sub Course Leader: Eji Ohira, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
Current Status and Future Prospects of the International Hydrogen Supply Chain
Katsuya Morimoto
Executive,
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.

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Kawasaki Heavy Industries suggested the international hydrogen supply chain toward decarburization society and, in cooperation with the companies, demonstrated the world first long-distance liquefied hydrogen transport between Japan and Australia. In this lecture, I introduce the project status and the road to the commercialization.

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Hydrogen Pipeline, Basic Infrastracture for the Carbon Neutral World
Katsuhiko Hirose
CEO & Chief Consultant,
HyWealth Co.

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Toward the Carbon Neutral Society, hydrogen will play an important role for storing, transport, and use. Hydrogen pipe is seriously prepared in Europe and USA for the transport because of its cheapest cost. Japan needs also the basic infrastructure such as pipeline to transport and store hydrogen produced at Hokaido, Tohoku and imported green hydrogen to deliver and store allover Japan.

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R&D engineer and strategist at Toyota for more than 35years, and involved many government and private program such as H2mobility, FCCJ and others. Played Important role to initiate Hydrogen Council as a co-chair of study working group to write many reports. Currently an Independent Consultant for energy and mobility Expert for hydrogen from production to use and advanced mobility.

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Promotion of Low Carbon through Versatile Hydrogen Use

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
10:00
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11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-9
Establish Local Production for Local Consumption Hydrogen Supply Chain at Port of Los Angeles
Ikuo Inoue
Manager,
Hydrogen Business Development Group, Next Mobility Development Dept.,
TOYOTA TSUSHO Corp.

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Introduce Toyota Tsusho's actitities to establish Local-Production for Local-Consumption Hydrogen Supply chain at Port of Los Angeles where set ambitious goal to make Material hundling machinary and Drage truck Zero-Emission.

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Regional Hydrogen Utilization Model Using Hydrogen CGS
Mitsugu Ashikaga
Deputy Senior Manager,
Development Dept., Technology Group, Hydrogen Strategy Div.,
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.

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An introduction about the outline of a demonstration project supplying heat and power by cogeneration system with hydrogen gas turbine (hydrogen CGS) and the result of studies on the business model for regional hydrogen utilization aiming at promoting social implementation of hydrogen CGS.

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In March 1989, graduated from Akita University, then joined Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. Belonging to the System Technology Development Center, engaged in the development of control systems for gas turbines and other energy equipment.
In April 2015, transferred to the Hydrogen Project Development Center, where was responsible for the development and demonstration of hydrogen-related technologies.
Then promoted to the project manager of the hydrogen CGS demonstration, continues to do to this day.

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Implementing Power-to-X Technology in the Society

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
FC-10
Power to Gas -The Current Status of Technology Development at Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R)
Fumiyuki Yamane
Fellow,
Hydrogen Energy Engineering Dept., Energy Aggregation Div.,
Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corp.

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Toshiba is promoting the commercialization and technological development of energy systems that utilize CO2-free hydrogen derived from renewable energy. This presentation will introduce the status of technology development at the Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R), one of the world's largest-scale hydrogen energy systems (Power-to-Gas system) utilizing renewable energy, which is one of Toshiba's major hydrogen-related initiatives.

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In 1995, he joined the Center for Semiconductor Research and Development, Toshiba Corporation. He was engaged in the research and development of low power consumption circuit, media processor, advanced memory, mobile network LSI, multicore processor. In 2009, he moved to the Power and Industrial Systems Research and Development Center. He was engaged in the research and development of in-vehicle battery management system, electric vehicle control system, urban transportation system. In 2015, he moved to the Hydrogen Energy Business Division. He is currently working on the development of hydrogen energy systems and project management.

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Power to Chemical - INPEX R&D for Net Zero Emission
Yosuke Sano
Manager,
I-RHEX EX Group, Technical Research Center, Technical Div.,
INPEX Corp.

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INPEX will introduce their on-going research & development programs, aiming for achieving the Net Zero Emissions. The focus is to convert the renewable energy to storable and transportable energy, which are essential for Japanese Industry to keep their competency in the next generation.

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Introduction of PV Generation by Central/Local Governments by 2030

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
10:30
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11:40
Free Session
English/Japanese
PV-K
Toward the Realization of Net Zero by 2050 -- Expectation for PV--
Kazuya Inoue
Director,
Global Environment Bureau, Climate Change Policy Div.,
Ministry of the Environment

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In order to achieve net zero by 2050, it is essential to make the most of the abundant renewable energy potential available in Japan, and among these, the importance of solar PV, which has a short lead time, is increasing. This presentation would give an overview of Japan's recent movement towards decarbonized society, as well as the efforts by the Ministry of the Environment.

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After graduating from Faculty of Political Science and Economy, Waseda University in 1996, Mr. Kazuya Inoue joined the Ministry of the Environment. He is the Director of the Climate Change Policy Division since July, 2022, and he is in charge of policies such as energy efficiency and renewable energy.

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Overview of the New System for Small and Medium New Buildings and Support Measures
Kazumi Arai
System Coordination Manager,

Tokyo Metropolitan Government

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1 Introduction of a new system for new small and medium-sized buildings
2 Support measures for the smooth implementation of the new system 
Ex Expansion of subsidies such as PV support suitable for the regional characteristics of the capital in FY2023 (under consideration)

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Future Business Prospects in the PV Industry Playing a Critical Role in Decarbonization

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
14:00
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15:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
PV-S
REASP's Vision for the PV Power Generation Business
Takashi Ikeuchi
President,

Renewable Energy Association for Sustainable Power supply (REASP)

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In order to make renewable energy a long-term stable power source, it is necessary to supply electricity to consumers in various ways while coexisting with the local community under appropriate business discipline. We will discuss the future outlook for the PV Power Generation Business.

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Idemitsu Group's Strategies and Initiatives for Making Solar a Main Power Source
Hiroshi Watanabe
Senior Executive Officer,

Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd./
Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Solar Frontier K.K.

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Solar power must address the 3 major issues to achieve its target in the 6th Basic Energy Plan that positions it as a mainstream power source ; 1) limited space for installation, 2) maintenance for longer-term, stable use and end-of-life management, and 3) impact on power system. In this presentation, Idemitsu Group's strategies and initiatives in that area will be introduced.

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Japan's Battery Industry Strategy and Recommendations from the Automotive Industry Toward Carbon Neutrality by 2050

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
12:00
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13:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
BJ-K
Course Leader: Tetsuya Osaka, Waseda University
Sub Course Leader: Yoshiki Ishizuka, Toshiba Corp.
Battery Industry Strategy
Nobutaka Takeo
Director,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

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Batteries are a means of energy storage in an electrified society and are the key to becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
We will introduce the basic concept and direction of storage battery industry strategy in the midst of technological innovation and market expansion of batteries, and as countries boldly promote the attraction and regulation of batteries.

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Carbon Neutrality in the mobility Industry from Battery perspective
Kazuyuki Iwata
Executive Chief Engineer,
Innovative Research Excellence, Power Unit & Energy,
Honda R&D Co., Ltd./
Business Development Superviserly Unit
Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

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As environmental regulations become stricter around the world, the mobility industry is said to be in a once-in-a-century period of transformation, and decarbonization is particularly essential.
Batteries are the key to this, however simply replacing internal combustion engines with batteries and motors will not achieve decarbonization.
In this session, introducing the Honda Mobile Power Pack as an example, I will explicate about decarbonization when considering the entire battery value chain.

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New Challenges in the Field of Electrification

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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13:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
BJ-S
Battery Applications in the Automotive, Maritime, and Aviation Sectors
Takehiro Kawahara
BloombergNEF Aviation Specialist,
Bloomberg L.P.

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Abstract: As the world transitions to decarbonization, batteries will play an increasingly important role in various transport sectors to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. This presentation will cover applications and industry trends related to batteries for the transport -- including passenger and commercial vehicles -- maritime, and aviation sectors.

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PowerX, Inc.
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Latest Potential Trends in Next-Gen Batteries After Lithium-ion Batteries

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
10:00
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11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-1
Course Leader: Katsunori Kojima, Energywith Co., Ltd.
Sub Course Leader: Ugaji Masaya, Panasonic Energy Co., Ltd.
Development and Perspective of Sodium-ion Batteries
Shinichi Komaba
Professor,
Tokyo University of Science

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Sodium-ion batteries are attracting much attention lithium- and cobalt-free next generation battery. This talk will give an overview of recent progress and future perspective of sodium-ion chemistry and materials.

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Development Status and Future Prospects of Clay-type Lithium-ion Batteries
Hiromitsu Mishima
Principal Engineer,
Energy Systems R&D Div., Corporate R&D Group,
KYOCERA Corp.

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As the development status, I will introduce a clay type battery and a residential power storage system using a clay type battery. As for future prospects, I will talk about the direction of future development and product development, while introducing the excellent environmental performance such as the small carbon footprint of the cell production process and the ease of recycling.

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Joined Yuasa Battery Co., Ltd. (currently GS Yuasa Co., Ltd.) in 1988. In 1998 he joined Kyocera Corporation. After developing oxide-based all-solid-state batteries, we started developing clay-type lithium-ion batteries in 2013. After that, in 2019, we developed a residential lithium-ion power storage system equipped with a clay-type lithium-ion battery.

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The Front Lines of Material Development Technology for LiBs

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-2
Course Leader: Ugaji Masaya, Panasonic Energy Co., Ltd.
Sub Course Leader: Katsunori Kojima, Energywith Co., Ltd.
Business Initiatives in the Battery Market and Technological Trends in Cathode Material Development
Hiroyasu Etoh
General Manager,
Engineering Dept., Cathode Material Div.,
NICHIA Corp.

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We introduce our approach to cathode material business for lithium-ion batteries and the recent technological trends of high nickel cathode active materials.

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Hiroyasu Etoh joined Nichia Corporation in April 1990.
He worked in the technical development of ceramic materials until 1994, after which he was involved in product development and quality improvement of cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries.
Since April 2017, he belongs to Engineering Dept.

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Development Overview and Future Outlook of the Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Battery
Katsutomo Tanaka
General Manager,
Technology Dept.,
MU Ionic Solutions Corporation

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As LIB expand to xEVs and other applications, electrolytes are required to play a more sophisticated and diverse role in response to demands for higher capacity, longer life, higher input/output, and other performance enhancements.
In this presentation, transition of electrolyte technology and the latest technological trends that contribute to further performance improvement will be reported.

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1996 Master of Applied Chemistry, WASEDA University, Tokyo, Japan
2011~ In charge of technical development of lithium-ion battery materials
2020 Belonging to the electrolyte plant in the United States
2022/1~ Current position

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Small Commercial EV Trucks Utilized for Decarbonisation in Logistics

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-3
Course Leader: Yoshiki Ishizuka, Toshiba Corp.
Sub Course Leader: Tetsuya Osaka, Waseda University
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Eisuke Murai
Team Leader,
Domestic Business Section, Isuzu & Mobility Business Dept., TOKVK Div.,
ITOCHU Corp.
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New Applications Creating the Future and Business of Batteries

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
10:00
 - 
11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-4
Course Leader: Koichiro Hinokuma, Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
Sub Course Leader: Hironori Kobayashi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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Director, Business Development

The Outlook of the E-scooters and Micro-mobility Market in Japan
Hirokuni Kim
CEO,
SWALLOW LLC

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SWALLOW LLC has started the business of delivering legal e-scooters to end customers and has been the pioneer in the new mobility since 2019.
While e-scooter is a hot topic in Japan, there is not enough data about its market size compared to the existing mobility such as bikes or motorcycles.
In this talk, you will learn the current and future market of e-scooters and micro-mobility in Japan.

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Latest Trends in State Estimation and Safety Evaluation Technology of LIBs

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
13:30
 - 
15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-5
Yokogawa's Battery State Estimation Technology and Efforts to Improve Storage Battery Value
Kazuki Ootsu
GL,
Energy Storage & Renewable Energy System Solution Dept. Consulting Center Solution Business Div.,
Yokogawa Solution Service Co.

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Storage batteries are attracting attention as important equipment for applications such as power peak shift and output stabilization. However, in order to operate the storage battery efficiently , it is necessary to estimate the state of storage batteries accurately . Through this seminar , we will introduce Yokogawa's technology for estimate the state of storage batteries and efforts to improve the value of storage batteries.

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Current Status of Battery Safety Testing and Initiatives at the Battery Safety Certification Center
Shinya Kuse
Leader,
HEV/EV Battery Safety Test and Certification Center,
Espec Co.

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We started the ECE R100 type certification one-stop service in 2015, and in addition to standard certification tests, we have one of the leading testing records in Japan in technical evaluation tests before certification. In this presentation, we will introduce the trends in battery safety testing, market changes, and the efforts of the Battery Safety Certification Center to solve customer issues.

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Recycle/Reuse of Batteries

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
10:00
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11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-6
Course Leader: Inoue toshihiko, TOYOTA MOTOR Corp.
Sub Course Leader: Tetsuya Osaka, Waseda University
The Outline of LiB Recycling PJ in JX
Toshiaki Sato
General Manager,
Battery Material & Recycling Promotion Office, Advanced Technology & Strategy Dept. Technology Group,
JX Nippon Mining & Metals Corp.

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JX has been operating a lithium-ion battery (LiB) recycling demonstration plant in Tsuruga City since 2010, and is developing a closed-loop recycling process for automotive LiBs from 2020. We will explain the outline of the project and future efforts using the Green Innovation Fund.

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March 1984: Graduated from Tohoku University (Economics)
April 1984: Joined Nippon Mining Co., Ltd. (currently JX Mining & Metals Corp.)
April 2020: being in charge of LiB recycling promotion office (currently Battery Material & Recycling Promotion Office)

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4R(four R) Activities Using EV Batteries
YUTAKA HORIE
President,
4R Energy Co.

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Creating a sustainable future through secondary use of electric vehicle batteries. We will introduce 4R Energy's four R initiatives, value, use cases, and future development and contribution scenarios.

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Joined Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in 1993 after completing the master's course at the Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University. After working in the powertrain production division, seconded to Renault, and in the powertrain development division, he was appointed as Deputy Managing Director of Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK in 2019. He planned the electric vehicle production hub "EV36Zero" using renewable energy. From April 2022, he was appointed as President of 4R Energy Co. (current position).

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The Future of High-Power Electric Storage Devices for the Age of Renewable Energy

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-7
Battery Development Status and Strategy of Kokam
Byungsoon Min
VP,
System R&D lab.,
Kokam Co., Ltd.

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1. Kokam company profile 2. Kokam Battery Cell Technology 3. Kokam System Integration Capbility

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He graduated from Seoul National University's Graduate School of Mechanical Engineering in 1990 and joined Hyundai Motor's gasoline engine test team in 1990. He was involved in the development of hybrid systems by 2012.
He in charge of developing and testing and validation of automotive battery systems from 2013 to 2017 in Samsung SDI, He was in charge of electric vehicle development from 2018 to 2021 in Tenergy. Now he is in charge of battery system development for ESS in Kokam since 2021.

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Supercharging Solar Cells System with Supercapacitors
Kenji Tamamitsu
Chief of Research Center,
R&D Headquarters, Basic Research Center,
Nippon Chemi-Con Corp.

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Supercapacitors have an excellent charging/discharging-durability over several million cycles. As an application taking advantage of the feature, a unique method for highly efficient recovery under low sunlight condition in a solar cells system will be presented with demonstration data.

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He had been mainly studying boundary technologies between an electrolyte and electrode of aluminum electrolytic capacitor and EDLC. Now he leads research center corps of Nippon Chemi-Con, focusing on the research field of capacitor materials.

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The Future of Secondary Battery Market

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
13:30
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15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-8
Perspective Of LiB Material Market
Yoshiaki Tanaka
Senior Manager,
Yano Reaserch Insutitute Ltd.

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Based on LiB market trends mainly for automotive use, regarding LiB materials, focusing on the four main components(Cathode, Anode, Electrolytes, and Separator), we will introduce the current situation and future prospects, market trends, business prospects. In addition, we will also take up trends related to LiB recycling.

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Technology Trends and Market Outlook for Next-Generation Batteries
Yamaguchgi Masamichi
Assistant Manager,
Energy System Div.,
Fuji Keizai Co., Ltd.

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We will report on the technological trends and market outlook for next-generation batteries, with all-solid-state batteries at the forefront, as they are being researched, developed, and implemented in society.

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Latest Efforts to Develop Solid State Batteries

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
10:00
 - 
11:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-9
Development of All Solid-state Batteries Using Oxide-based Solid Electrolyte and Its Applications
Hiroshi Sato
Section head,
Development Section No. 2, Energy Units Development Dept., Advanced Products Development Center, Technology & Intellectual Property HQ,
TDK Corp.

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A low-cost and highly safe all-solid-state batteries can be constructed by using an oxide-based solid electrolyte because they are chemically stable and can be handled in air during material synthesis and battery manufacturing processes. In this presentation, I will describe the characteristics and application examples of all-solid-state batteries using oxide-based solid electrolyte, and introduce the key points in all-solid-state batteries development and its excellent features based on recent prototype results.

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Development of Common Underlying Technologies for All-Solid-State Batteries in SOLiD-EV Project
Takuhiro Miyuki
General Manager,
Departments of National (NEDO) Project,
LIBTEC

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All-solid-state batteries are expected as next generation batteries for Electric or Electrification Vehicles in the future. We aim to establish common fundamental technologies of all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries with sulfide-based solid electrolyte in SOLiD-EV national project managed by New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO). In this session, our R&D activities in SOLiD-EV are shared.

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Latest Trends in Resources for Secondary Batteries

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
13:30
 - 
15:00
Paid Session
English/Japanese
BJ-10
Global Lithium Market and Our Lithium Business
Masaharu Katayama
Excective Officer COO for Metal Div.,
Metal Div.,
Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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Rechargeable battery market is growing significantly due to demand of electric vehicle and renewable energy storage. In this circumstance, demand of lithium increased more than double in current 5 years. The speaker will review the global lithium market and introduce the lithium business in Argentina and Japan.

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Issues and Policies for Upstream Resource Development of Battery Minerals
Takeshi Harada
Director,
Metal Strategy Dept.,
JOGMEC

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Japan is heavily dependent on overseas sources for rare metals, including battery minerals. JOGMEC, the national policy implementation agency, has long been closely monitoring the supply and demand trends for these metal resources and has been supporting Japanese companies through exploration projects and financing. In this presentation, I'd like to outline the upstream to midstream issues and the status of policies to secure resources.

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Graduated from the Faculty of Science, Tohoku University in March 1992. Joined the Metal Mining agency of Japan (now JOGMEC). After working in the Mineral Resources Exploration Department, Santiago Office, Johannesburg Office, etc., his current position is in the research division for the supply and demand of metals and minerals.

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The Shift to Next Generation Power Grids and the Front Lines of Power Distribution

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
10:00
 - 
11:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
SG-K
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Shusaku Kichise
Director,
Electricity industry and Market Office,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Future Electric Power Networks Supporting Social Transformation Toward Carbon Neutrality
Takayuki Hakugin
Director, Executive Vice President,

Kansai Transmission and Distribution Inc.

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Kansai Transmission and Distribution Inc. is pushing forward to upgrade the future electric power network which will be essential for the Carbon Neutral Society in Japan.
In this session, we will show our issues toward the future electric power network equipped with new ideas and technologies.

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Next Generation: Distributed Energy System

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
12:30
 - 
13:40
Free Session
English/Japanese
SG-S1
This session will be held in the form of a discussion with three speakers.
Hiroshi Okamoto
Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer,

TEPCO Power Grid Inc./
Representative Secretary,
Smart Resilience Network

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In order to achieve carbon neutrality and improve the local resilience, it is necessary to maximize the use of distributed energy resources (DER) that exist in the community. The latest trends in VPP projects using cloud-based software, DER interconnection infrastructure, and the status of efforts by general transmission and distribution companies will be introduced and discussed in terms of future directions.

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Hideki Shingai
Director, President and CEO,

Next Kraftwerke Toshiba Corp.

Ito Takeshi
CEO,

EX4Energy Inc.
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Prospects for Virtual Power Plants (VPPs) and Aggregation Business

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
14:30
 - 
15:40
Free Session
English/Japanese
SG-S2
New Energy Business in the post-FIT era
Shinsuke Moriya
Head of Strategic Business Div.
Corporate Officer and Chief Strategy Officer,
SB Energy Corp.

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In order to find profit opportunities in the post-FIT era, we will explain how SB Energy is trying to use the VPP platform "ReEra". In addition, through these efforts, we will show a path to grow ReEra into a platform that can be used by other players than SB Energy.

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Future Vision for DX, GX and Power Business in the Manufacturing Industry

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
10:00
 - 
11:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
SG-S3
This session will be held in the form of a discussion with three speakers.
GX Has Overtaken DX!? -The Time Is Now To Improve Your Corporate Value And Competence.-
Shinya Amano
Executive Chairman & CEO,

FA Products Inc./
Business Producing Executive,
Team Cross FA

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The source of competitiveness is shifting from low-cost to low-carbon.
The current dilemma between decarbonization and business is also an
opportunities for the creation of solutions.

From the perspectives of the energy and industries,
we will discuss the vision of GX and manufacturing.

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Yuusuke Toyoda
President and CEO,

Digital Grid Corp.

Challenge to electric power business for consumers promoting GX
Yoshimasa Kusano
Deoartment Manager

KYOCERA Corp.
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Future Prospects for Wind Power Generation Toward Carbon Neutrality in 2050

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
13:00
 - 
14:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
WD-K
Current Status of Offshore Wind Power Policy in Japan
Takahiro Ishii
Director,
Wind Energy Policy Office, New and Renewable Energy Div., Agency for Natural Resources and Energy,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

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The presentation will cover the current status of offshore wind power generation projects, particularly fixed offshore wind power based on the offshore wind promotion act, as well as the current policy status of floating offshore wind power, which is expected to be introduced at an accelerated pace in the future, from the perspective of industrial policy, including supply chain formation and human resource development.

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Vestas Japan Co., Ltd.
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Development of Offshore Wind Power in Japan -The Market Outlook by Top Executives from Netherlands

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
10:00
 - 
11:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
WD-S1
Dutch Energy Transition & Experienced Dutch Supply Chain (TBC)
Liesje Schreinemacher
Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation

Government of the Netherlands

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Satoshi  Hamada
COO
International Power Div.
ENECO

Introduction on Van Oord in Offshore Wind and Supply Chain challenges (TBC)
Bart van Schooten
Area Manager Offshore Wind

Van Oord
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How to Accelerate Offshore Wind Power Development in Japan

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
16:00
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17:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
WD-S2
This session will be held in the form of a discussion with three speakers.
Henriette Holm
Country Manager,

Orsted Japan K.K.

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Henriette Holm joined Orsted in 1996 after working for an engineering-related consulting firm in the Philippines. During her years in Orsted, she has been responsible for market development in Scandinavia, the UK OFTO transactions (UK Government regulated sale of offshore wind transmission assets when built by Orsted to independent transmission owners) and other M&A transactions, asset management of Hornsea 1 and 2, the world's largest offshore wind farms, as Commercial Director during the construction phase and for assets in Taiwan and the US. In 2020, she was appointed Head of UK Project Development and Programmes initially as Senior Director and from 2022 as Vice President, leading a pipeline of offshore wind development projects including Hornsea 3 and 4 and Orsted's first floating project Stromar. From January 2023, she serves as Country Manager of Orsted Japan, responsible for the company's business in Japan, where offshore wind is gaining momentum. Henriette holds an Executive MBA from Copenhagen Business School and M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Aarhus, Denmark.

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Tom Walsh
Head of Offshore Development - Japan,

RWE Renewables Japan G.K.

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Tom is a renewable energy professional with over 14 years experience in offshore development. Tom has held various positions with offshore developers in Europe and APAC and for the last three years has been based in Japan. Currently Tom is Head of Offshore Development at RWE Japan developing a pipeline of bottom fixed and floating projects.

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Netoshi Kuriyama
Representative Director, Japan Country Manager

Vestas Japan Co., Ltd.



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Current Situation and Future Prospects for Offshore Wind Power in Japan

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
10:00
 - 
11:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
WD-S3
Marubeni's Activity on Offshore Wind Business - AKita Noshiro Offshore Wind and ScotWind
Hisafumi Manabe
President & CEO,

Marubeni Offshore Wind Development Corp.

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Presentation of Marubeni Corporation's offshore wind business and strategy including Japan's first commercial scale offshore wind project "Akita Noshiro offshore wind project" and one of the world largest floating offshore wind projects "ScotWind project" in UK, Scotland

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Joined Marubeni Corporation after graduating from Kyoto University in 1998. Manabe has been in charge of offshore wind business as Director of Akita Offshore Wind Corporation and became President & CEO of Marubeni Offshore Wind Development Corporation in April 2020.

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Considering the Construction of Floating Offshore Wind Power from the Base Port
Tetsushi Noguchi
Chairman, Technical Committee,

Japan Dredging and Reclametion Engineering Association/
Senior Managing Executive Officer, Member of the Board Head of Civil Engineering Div., Group,
PENTA-OCEAN CONSTRUCTION Co., Ltd.

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A floating foundation is generally assenbled using a shipbuilding dock or a harbor quay. Furthermore, since the foundation is getting bigger, we have to consider the assembly of the floating fandation in the sea area. In today's report, I will report a proposal for an appropriate construction system for constructing floating foundations using these.

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Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
9:30
 - 
10:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
WD-1
FOWT -- Our Return on Experience --
Yamada Mutsumi
Country Manager, Japan,

Ideol Japan LLC

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Ideol is the only company that involved in full-scale floating wind power projects in two different strategic areas, France and Japan. Further, construction of an FOWT farm project in the Mediterranean Sea is now undergoing. I will share our experiences through these real projects and provide some tips about tomorrow's floating wind project, such as serial construction etc.

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Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
11:30
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12:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
WD-2
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Iberdrola Renewables Japan K.K.
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Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
15:45
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16:45
Paid Session
English/Japanese
WD-3
Process Management & Challenges in Offshore Wind Project Development
Junji Shimazaki
Principal Engineer Platform Technology,
Renewables
Equinor Japan G.K.

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Equinor started operation of the world's first floating wind demo in 2009, and the world's first floating wind farm in 2017. Planning to start operation of the world's largest floating wind farm in 2023. Based on such experiences of scale-up and commercialization, process management and challenges in offshore wind development will be presented.

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MSc of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Osaka University. After graduation, he worked as a structure engineer at MODEC, mainly for structural/naval design of Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) system and concept design of floating offshore wind power generation system. Then mobilized to Brazil and worked as a project engineer for operation and maintenance work of FPSO. Currently working at Equinor for offshore wind farm development project in charge of bottom-fixed/floating foundation design, construction/installation planning, and operation/maintenance planning. Professional Engineer, Japan (Marine & Ocean).

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Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
11:30
 - 
12:30
Paid Session
English/Japanese
WD-4
Issues in O&M for Wind Power Generation in Japan
Hirano Haruhiko
Corporate Officer, General Manager, O&M Dept., Manager, Technical Dept.,

EOS ENGINEERING & SERVICE Co., Ltd.

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This presentation will be discussed the technologies and issues required O&M for wind
power generation in Japan today, based on the experience and knowledge of EOS
Engineering & Services Co., Ltd., which has been in the onshore wind turbine
maintenance business for 21 years.

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Future Vision for Biomass Resource Utilization Toward a Circular Society

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
14:30
 - 
15:40
Free Session
English/Japanese
BM-K
Outlook for Biomass Utilization
Kotaro Shimizu
Director,
Environment and Biomass Policy Div., Minister's Secretariat,
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

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The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) is promoting the introduction of renewable energy and revitalization of region through the utilization of biomass resources in agricultural, mountainous, and fishing villages. This presentation introduces the new "Basic Plan for the Promotion of Biomass Utilization" approved by the Cabinet in September 2022, the measures taken by the MAFF, and the future prospect for biomass utilization.

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Livestock Biogas Plant and Future Possibilities
Takanori Sudo
CEO,

Flow Inc.

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This presentation will introduce the collective biogas plant in Tokachi Shimizu-cho, Hokkaido, which is managed by Flow Inc. The presentation will also introduce the future development, operation, and positioning of livestock biogas plants and their potential for decarbonizing urban development.

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After about 9 years of practical experience in renewable energy and energy conservation with a focus on biogas plants, he founded Flow Inc. in April 2020.
Performs plant operation management using an original data visualization system at the Biman Biogas Plant in Tokachi Shimizu-cho, Hokkaido, Japan.
He is working on the creation of prosperous communities and towns through decarbonization.

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Woody Biomass Utilization and Regional Revitalization

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
14:00
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15:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
BM-S
Utilization of Woody Biomass for Regional Revitalization - Embodying Local SDGs by "Circular and Ecological Economy"
shinjiro sasaki
Director,
Office for Circular and Ecological Economy
Ministry of the Environment

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A " Circular and Ecological Economy" that creates a sustainable society by continuing to create businesses that contribute to the SDGs while making sustainable use of local resources. We will introduce the key points of decarbonization and woody biomass to contribute to regional revitalization, based on the concept of the Circular and Ecological Economy.

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Prevalence and Business Development of Biomass Boilers in Japan
Toshihiko Okamoto
Representative,

TOMOE TECHNO Co., Ltd.

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The biomass fuels are good for environment, but hard to burn. Because they contain moisture and ash, are not homogeneous. In order to get good combustion, there are several special combustion control systems like lambda contorol and so on. They give us stabel operation of the boilers.

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1971 Bachelor of Mechnical Eng.,Tokyo University.1973 Master of Science, Stanford University, USA 2003 The representative of Tomoe Techno CO.LTD(~present). achieved 260units installations of Biomass boilers in Japan by now. 2017 The Chairman of Japan Pellet Association (~present).

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Prospects for Zero Emission Thermal Power Generation Implementations

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
14:30
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15:40
Free Session
English/Japanese
ZET-K
Future of Thermal Power Policy
Kaname Ogawa
Director Electricity Infrastructure Div.,
Electricity Infrastructure Div.,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

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The thermal power policy is now changing to realize Carbon Neutrality by 2050 and Green Transformation. By taking international affairs into account, a representative from the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy introduces the latest domestic policy of the thermal power generation, which is essential for the stable power supply.

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JERA's Challenge for Energy Security and Zero-emission Thermal Power
Toshio Kumazawa
Head of the East Japan Branch,
Managing Executive Officer,
JERA CO. Inc.

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JERA has set "JERA Zero Emission 2050" by "renewable energy" and "Zero Emission thermal power". In order to realize this, it is important to promote the stable supply of thermal power generation, which is essential for the ability to adjust, and the introduction of greener fuels.

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Strategies and Vision for the Implementation of a Net-Zero Carbon Society

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
16:00
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17:10
Paid Session
English/Japanese
ZET-S1
Prospect and Challenges for Carbon Recycling Toward Realizing a Sustainable Carbon Society
Masayoshi Kitamura
Vice Chairperson,

Carbon Recycling Fund Institute/
Special Counselor,
Electric Power Development Co., Ltd.

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In order to solve the global warming issues, it is important to realize carbon recycling that utilizes CO2 as a resource, that is, a " Sustainable Carbon Society ", in addition to reduce CO2 emissions. In this speech, not only the prospects and issues for Carbon Recycling but also activities of Carbon Recycling Fund Institute, established on a private sector basis as a cross-industry platform, will be introduced.

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Hydrogen, Ammonia, and CCS - Challenges and Issues Towards a Net-Zero Carbon Society -

Senior Vice President, Hydrogen & CCUS Development,
INPEX Corporation

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Last year INPEX Corporation announced its long-term strategy and medium-term business plan (INPEX Vision@2022), outlining a basic management policy towards a net zero carbon society in 2050. As part of this, INPEX is strengthening its efforts to commercialize its hydrogen, ammonia, and CCS businesses. With the world facing dramatic changes in recent years, we propose to discuss the current state of our business environment, our initiatives and responses to challenges.

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[Hydrogen and Ammonia Utilization] A Closer Look at Power Generation Technologies for the Age of Carbon Neutrality

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
14:00
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15:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
ZET-S2
Activities for Developing and Verifying Zero-emission Thermal Power on the Integrated Facility System from Hydrogen Production to Generation
Junichiro Masada
Senior Fellow, Senior General Manager Energy Transition Division of Energy Transition & Power Headquarters of Energy Systems,
Energy Transition & Power Headquarters, Energy Systems,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

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Momentum for realizing a decarbonized society is growing worldwide, and innovative decarbonization technologies and stable electricity supply are becoming even more important.
In this seminar, MHI introduces activities for developing and verifying zero-emission thermal power on the integrated facility system from hydrogen production to generation.

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Masada started his career with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) at Takasago Machinery Works in 1985, where he built his expertise in gas turbine engineering and furthering his studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). With more than three decades of engineering experience, he has accumulated considerable knowledge and expertise to drive innovation for sustainable power generation solutions.
Masada is a member of the Gas Turbine Society of Japan and currently teaches gas turbine technology as a Professor (Special Appointment) at Tokyo Institute of Technology. He holds degrees from both MIT and Tokyo University. In October 2021, he was assigned Senior Fellow and Senior General Manager Energy Transition Division of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

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IHI Carbon Solution Toward Carbon-Neutral Economy
Kouji Takeda
President of Resources, Energy & Environment Business Area,
Managing Executive Officer,
IHI Corp.

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IHI Group continues to develop solutions to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and quickly realize a carbon neutral society.
This presentation will provide an overview of some of IHI's latest business development activities, such as work to establish the fuel ammonia value chain via ammonia co-firing and mono-firing at boilers and gas turbines, and carbon recycling technologies such as methanation.

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Growth Strategies Centered around Decarbonization and Carbon Neutrality

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
12:00
 - 
13:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
DCM-K
Policies Promoted by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry toward Carbon Neutrality
Fumihiro Kajikawa
Director,

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

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To achieve carbon neutrality in 2050, it is essential for the public and private sectors to share the overall picture of transformation toward a carbon-neutral economy and society.
The latest trends and future direction of climate change policy conducted by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) will be presented.

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Hisashi Ono
Partner
Consulting Department
Nomura Research Institute
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California's Decarbonization Strategy: The Need for Global Public and Private Partnerships

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
12:30
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13:40
Free Session
English/Japanese
DCM-S1
First half: Speech by 2 speakers / Second half: Discussion with six speakers
Californias Policy Plan for Reaching Carbon Neutrality
Liane Randolph
Chair,
California Air Resources Board

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In 2022, California codified its goal to reach carbon neutrality by 2045. In this presentation, Chair Randolph will describe her agencys role in developing and deploying strategies to reach this goal, including regulations and incentives for zero-emission vehicles and fuels, industrial decarbonization, and management of carbon stocks in Californias lands. She will also describe how collaboration with businesses and other stakeholders is critical to Californias economy-wide transition to carbon neutrality.

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Liane Randolph is Chair of the California Air Resources Board, the lead state agency for air pollution regulation and climate policy in California. Ms. Randolph has spent most of her career in public service, specializing in environmental law and policy, effective administration, and a commitment to transparency and public process. Prior to taking up the Chairship of the Air Resources Board, she served as a Commissioner at the California Public Utilities Commission, as Deputy Secretary and General Counsel at the California Natural Resources Agency, and as Chair of the California Fair Political Practices Commission.

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David Hochschild
Chairman,
Commissioner's Office,
California Energy Commission

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David Hochschild was appointed chair of the California Energy Commission by Governor Newsom in 2019. Over the years, he has been widely recognized for his work to advance clean, renewable energy. In 2001 he launched a citywide $100 million solar panel initiative in San Francisco. He cofounded the Vote Solar Initiative, served as executive director of a national consortium of solar manufacturers, worked at Solaria, and is a former commissioner at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.

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Dee Dee Myers
Senior Advisor to Governor Newsom and Director,
California Gov. Office of Business & Economic Dev

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Dee Dee Myers is Senior Advisor to Governor Gavin Newsom and Director of the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development. She brings more than three decades of experience in strategic communications, public affairs, corporate governance and social responsibility in both the public and private sectors.

Most recently, she served as Executive Vice President, Worldwide Corporate Communications and Public Affairs for Warner Bros. She was a member of the company's executive committee and advised the CEO on a wide rage of issues. Prior to joining Warner Bros., Ms. Myers served as Managing Director of the Glover Park Group.

Ms. Myers served as White House Press Secretary during President Bill Clinton's first term and was the first woman to hold the position. After leaving the White House, she worked as a political analyst, commentator and writer as well as a contributing editor to Vanity Fair. She is the author of The New York Times best-selling book "Why Women Should Rule the World" and served as a consultant on the Emmy Award-winning drama series "The West Wing."

Before joining the Clinton presidential campaign in 1991, Ms. Myers worked on a number of local, state, and national campaigns. She served as press secretary for Dianne Feinstein in her 1990 bid for governor of California and worked on the presidential campaigns of Governor Michael S. Dukakis and Vice President Walter F. Mondale. She also worked on the staffs of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley and California State Senator Art Torres.

Myers also serves on Board of Directors of Wynn Resorts International, a publicly-traded Fortune 500 Company that develops and operates 5 Star integrated resorts in the United States and Macau.

She also serves on the boards of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History and the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles. A graduate of Santa Clara University, she lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Todd S. Purdum and their children.

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Tyson Eckerle
Senior Advisor,
Clean Infrastructure and Mobility,
California Gov. Office of Business & Economic Dev

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Tyson Eckerle serves as Senior Advisor for Clean Infrastructure and Mobility in the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz). In this role, he collaborates with multiple stakeholders to streamline California's efforts to accelerate our transition to a clean energy ecosystem, building on his experience as the GO-Biz's first Deputy Director of Zero Emission Vehicle Market Development. Tyson holds a B.A. in Biology from the University of California, Davis and a Master of Environmental Science and Management (MESM) from the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Tim McRae
Senior Vice President,
Climate,
Silicon Valley Leadership Group

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Tim McRae is the Silicon Valley Leadership Group's Senior Vice President, Climate. He oversees the Sustainable Growth team, and responsibilities include legislative and administrative advocacy and helping produce energy and environment-related programs and events. Prior to his joining the Leadership Group in 2013, he developed commercial wind projects for a Spanish developer, worked on sustainability and energy efficiency for an investor-owned utility, advised on climate change policy for the British government, and lobbied for a California-focused environmental NGO. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and University of California-Davis law school.

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The Front Lines of Decarbonization and Climate Change Technologies in Japan and around the World

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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13:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
DCM-S2
This session will be held in the form of a discussion with three speakers.
Masayuki Kimura
Board Director/ COO

Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support Co., Ltd.

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Founded and led the growth of Deloitte's in-house venture that supports startup growth and corporate innovation. Based both in Silicon Valley and Japan, he has been responsible for global innovation projects for major manufacturers, utilities, and energy companies. His major writings in decarbonization-related fields include "Digital Transformation of Energy x Mobility Industry in Europe and the United States (D-Lab, METI)," "Survey of Innovation Trends in the Climate Change Domain (Deloitte)," "Climate Change Innovation & Startup Trends (Deloitte)," and How to Evoke Innovation (Electric Newspaper)," and "Venture Investment Trends in Chemical and Materials Companies Globally (Chemical Economy Magazine).

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Murat Aktihanoglu
Co-Founder & Managing Partner,
Remarkable Ventures

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Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Remarkable Ventures in New York City with 300 investments in tech and climate since 2011 with multiple billion dollar exits. Murat has a Masters Degree in Computer Science.

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Yasuhiro Yoshizawa
Director,

Inclusion Japan Inc.
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Prospects for a Circular Economy in Japan

Mar. 15 (Wed)
 
10:30
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11:40
Free Session
English/Japanese
CE-K
The Future of Circular Economy in Japan
Shogo Tanaka
Director,
Resource Efficiency and Circular Economy Div., Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Toward a Circular Economy Transition
Kazuo Yoshida
Deputy Director,
Environment & Energy Policy Bureau,
Keidanren / Japan Business Federation

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This presentation will introduce Keidanren's approach to the Circular Economy.

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The Future of Circular Economy x Manufacturing

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
10:00
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11:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
CE-S1
Impacts of the Trends of Circular Economy on Manufacturing Industry
Yasushi Umeda
Professor,
The University of Tokyo

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Circular Economy requires the shift from mass production and mass disposal business. This leads to various requirements to the manufacturing industry. In this presentation, after summarizing the concept of circular economy, some directions towards new manufacturing paradigm are described.

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Bridgestone Susainability Journey Toward a Realization of a Circular Economy
Akihiro Inatsugi
Executive Director,
Corporate Sustainability,
Bridgestone Corp.

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To introduce Bridgestone's unique Sustainability Business Model to achieve a circular economy with implementing activities.

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Joined Bridgestone Corp. in 2004. Engaged in the technology development and introduction for improving environmental footprint at environmental activities promotion div. In 2010, established the environmental strategy planning function and engaged in global environmental strategy development, such as promoting carbon management, refining Environmental Mission Statement, formulating Long-term Environmental Vision. In 2015, engaged in CSR promotion activities and supervising global CSR and environmental strategy planning and promotion. In 2018, engaged in corporate planning in global HQ. In 2019, established the corporate sustainability function and promoting global sustainability activities.

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The Front Lines of Plastic Resource Circulation

Mar. 16 (Thu)
 
14:00
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15:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
CE-S2
Introduction of Act on Promotion of Resource Circulation for Plastics
Tsutomu Mizutani
Director,
Ministry of the Environment

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Abstract of Act on Promotion of Resource Circulation for Plastics enforced in April 2022, progress of plastic resource circulation, and recent tendency of transition to circular economy by the act.

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Building an Eco-system Based on Chemical Recycling Technology for Polyester
Miyasaka Nobuyoshi
Assistant to President, Material Business of teijin Group, Management Coordinator for Chief Officer (Global Business Strategy),
TEIJIN Ltd.

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Teijin, JGC and Itochu are promoting a licensing business on a global basis with Teijin 's chemical recycling technology for polyester. JGC 's world-class engineering technology and Itochu 's extensive network of textile industry players. Going forward, the three companies aim to build a cost-effective eco-system for chemical recycling.

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A Close Look at the Frontiers of Circular Economy Accelerating Corporate Growth

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
10:00
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11:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
CE-S3
This session will be held in the form of a discussion with three speakers.
Hiroyoshi Niwa
G&PS sustainability Unit Leader,
Monitor Deloitte,
Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting LLC

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Deep dive about Circular Economy -how to win the market-

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Shin-ichi Taniguchi
Senior Manager,
Circular Industries Dept., Production Engineering and MONOZUKURI Innovation Center,
Hitachi, Ltd. Research & Development Group

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Started the career in Advanced Research Laboratory of Hitachi since 2004 after got Ph.D. He joined the healthcare and bio-materials measurement system development with materials science technology. He led several development projects, materials process and process automation measurement system as a manager of research unit. After the carrier in Technology Strategy Office in R&D group and a project leader of Global Industry Solution Project, he is the senior manager of Circular Industries Department and the leader of the Circular Economy project.

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Hideki Miyakawa
Senior Manager,
Veolia Japan K.K.
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Front Lines of Strategies and Visions of Circular Economy in Europe

Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
14:00
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15:10
Free Session
English/Japanese
CE-S4
Special Session 4
Sitra's Future Outlook of a Circular Economy and Society
Kari Herlevi
Head of Unit,
Global collaboration, Sustainability solutions,
Sitra

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Presentation will cover Sitra's past experience and future prospects for circular economy. During the presentation also examples of European and global state-of-play will be covered including practical examples from public and private sector.

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Kari Herlevi heads Sitra's Global collaboration for sustainability solutions. He is a multi-skilled circular economy and sustainability expert. Previously, Kari led the Green Growth programme at Tekes, which was associated with the circular economy and had a financing volume of more than 100 million euros. He also has experience in Silicon Valley, where he had the privilege of working with the best people in the field. Kari has Master's in finance and political science.

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A Global Roadmap for an Inclusive Circular Economy
Naoki Tamaki
Visiting Fellow,
Chatham House, Environment and Society Programme,
The Royal Institute of International Affairs

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Many countries have developed their own circular economy roadmaps. However, there are no suitable mechanisms in place to promote policy coordination at the multilateral level. As a next step after the siloed vision, we need to develop a global roadmap with a common vision on the inclusive elements.

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Born in Tokyo, 1971, resident in London. He has served 12 years in the Middle East (Cairo, Bahrain, Dubai) for the Bank of Tokyo (now Mitsubishi UFJ) and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC). He is a specialist in development finance, pursuing the realisation of spiritual 'wealth' for each and every individual. Currently engaged in research on the circular economy at Chatham House, while teaching at a university and acting as an advisor to several venture companies that solve human problems. He holds a BA in Economics from Keio University, studied at the American University in Cairo and holds an MBA from the London Business School. Former Japan's national lacrosse team player.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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12:50
Paid Session
English/Japanese
SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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12:50
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SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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English/Japanese
SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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English/Japanese
SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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Mar. 17 (Fri)
 
12:00
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English/Japanese
SEW-K
NET ZERO by 2050 : A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector
Brent Wanner
Head of Power Sector Unit
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Brent Wanner is the Head of the Power Sector Unit for the World Energy Outlook (WEO) at the International Energy Agency IEA. Most recently, he was a lead author and co-ordinator of the report Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. He led the electricity modelling and analysis for World Energy Outlook 2020, the IEA Sustainable Recovery report and 2020 Global Energy Review, and co-directed the IEA Offshore Wind Outlook 2019.

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