Green Innovation Seminar (Germany)
The Green Innovation Seminar offered up-to-date information about the approaches and strategies in the Greater Nagoya region for the field of ‘smart grid’ and ‘smart community’ which both Japan and Germany are greatly interested in. Over the years, while environment and energy technology such as CO2 reduction and energy shift is the universal task. After the seminar, we also arranged time for networking.
Yoichi ISHIKAWA, Deputy General Director, Toyota City, General Planning Department, Model Environment City Promotion Division
Date & Time: February 6th, 2013 (Wed) 10:00-12:45 (incl. networking)
Venue: The German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan
(Sanbancho KS Bldg., 5F, 2-4, Sanbancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
Organizer: Greater Nagoya Initiative Center
Co-organizer: German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan
(English Simultaneous interpreter)
1. Green Innovation and Investment Condition in Greater Nagoya
James HAMILTON, Greater Nagoya Initiative Center
(Assistant FDI Coordinator, Mie Prefectural Government)
2. Aiming for a Thriving Low-Carbon Society; Toyota City
Yoichi ISHIKAWA, Deputy General Director,
Toyota City, General Planning Department, Model Environment City Promotion Division
Theme: The approaches for the formulation of the next generation low-carbon energy society system which Toyota City has been promoting with the advanced companies and organizations related to automobile, energy, housing, transportation and distribution.
3. Toyota’s Development of Environmental Technologies
Yutaka MATSUMOTO, Project General Manager
R&D Management Div. Toyota Motor Corporation
Theme: Toyota’s tasks and approaches for the optimization of society-wide energy with a focus on the formulation of low-carbon transportation system in the demonstrated activities for the next generation low-carbon energy society system promoted on the initiative of Toyota City.