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Report: Hydrogen and fuel cells in Japan

 

About the Report 

 

The Japanese government is promoting the use of the hydrogen as a clean and alternative energy vector. It is the key for reducing energy procurement and supply risks since it can be produced from various energy resources, and for decarbonizing the Japanese energy supply and demand structure, transport, heating (buildings), industry and power sectors.

 

18-05-21 | 10:30 h - 11:30 h CET

Webinar 171: Smart Mobility Market in Japan and Opportunities for EU SMEs

What are the opportunities for the EU SMEs on the Smart Mobility Market in Japan?

This webinar will provide a brief introduction to the swiftly changing Smart Mobility Market in Japan, focusing on the main players, recent developments and trends in the main segments including the Automotive, Cargo, Metropolitan Transportation, etc.

09-03-21 | 10:30 h - 11:30 h CET

Webinar 166: The Market for Biogas Plants in Japan and Opportunities for EU Companies

What business opportunities does the Japanese biogas market offer to EU SMEs? What are the main challenges for a successful market entry?

The share of Biogas in Japan’s energy mix, especially in comparison to other renewable energies such as solar energy, is still rather small. However, the biogas sector shows a steady and positive development and current policy strategies illustrate the increasing importance of biogas production in Japan.

05-11-19 | 10:30 h - 11:30 h CET

Webinar 148: The Japanese Model for a Bioeconomy

How will Japan use its leadership in bioscience and biotech to make its economy sustainable?

About Environment

Japan's pollution levels in air and water have been decreasing consistently and for the first time ever, the share of renewable energies in the total energy production has reached over 15%.

Green Transportation

The Japanese automotive sector accounts for 18% of the total emission amount of Japan’s economy. Even though the trend of reducing such level is uncontested, Japanese manufacturers still have not reached the CO2 emission levels of 1990.

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