The 6th REVIVAL OF FUKUSHIMA Renewable Energy Industrial Fair2017

Japanese

Events

11/8(Wed.)


10:45-12:00

Convention Hall (1F)

Opening Seminar

The Fukushima Plan for a New Energy Society: Promoting Fukushima as a Leading Region for a New Energy Future

1. Greeting

Katsuzo Niizeki

Senior Policy Administrator of Renewable Energy Promotion Sector, Fukushima Prefectural Government


2. Direction of Policies on Renewable Energy and Hydrogen and the Fukushima Plan for a New Energy Society

Tadashi Mogi

Director of Policy Planning Division, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Department, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy


3. Panel Discussion

 Moderator
 Yasuhiro Hattori, President, Fukushima Renewable Energy Research Association

 Panelists
 Tadashi Mogi, Director of Policy Planning Division, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Department, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy
 Seiichi Suzuki, CEO of Fukushima Power Co.
 Hiroyuki Ota, Toshiba Co.
 Haruhira Izumida, Manager of Planning & Promotion Division, Shinchi Town

13:00-14:10

ConventionHall(1F)

REIF Keynote Lecture

Prospects of Japanese Economy and Renewable Energy

Prof. Motoshige Itoh, who is the chairman of the Reconstruction Promotion Committee at the Reconstruction Agency, will explain on the future prospects of the Japanese economy and the promotion of renewable energy based on the viewpoint of the reconstruction and regional revitalization.


Prof. Motoshige Itoh
International Social Science Department, University of Tokyo

14:50-17:00

Convention Hall B (1F)

Fukushima Renewable Energy Seminar

Part 1: Technology Development and R&D assistance on Renewable Energy in Fukushima

1. Greeting and Overview of R&D in Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST (FREA)

 Masaru Nakaiwa

 Director-General of the Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST (FREA)


2. Hydrogen Energy Technology Promoted by FREA

 Hirohide Furutani

 Director of the Renewable Energy Research Center, Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST (FREA)


3. Latest Wind Condition Prediction Technology

 Susumu Shimada

 Researcher of the Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST (FREA)



Part 2: Efforts for Development and Promotion of Renewable Energy Related Industrial Clusters

1. Greeting

 Yasuhiro Hattori

 President of Fukushima Renewable Energy Research Association


2. Introductions to Advanced Efforts of Renewable Energy Related Business by Companies in Fukushima Prefecture

 ・Solar Power: Infini CO.
 ・Wind Power: AIKAWA ENGINEERING CO. LTD
 ・Energy Network Industry: Aizu Laboratory, Inc.
 ・Ground Source Heat: Fukushima Underground Development CO.



11/9(Thu.)


10:10-12:00

Convention Hall (1F)

Seminar for International Economic Exchange (*Simultaneous interpretation)

1. Renewable Energy from the Region --- Collaboration with Germany NRW State

 Kazufumi Yoshida

 Director of the Business Creation Division, Commerce, Industry and Labor Department, Fukushima Prefectural Government



2. Decentralized Energy Generation - Best Practice from Communities and Companies in the German State of North-Rhine Westphalia

 Frank-Michael Baumann

 Managing Director of the EnergyAgentur. NRW



3. Efforts for Introducing Renewable Energy by German NRW State Companies

 ・AREVA H2Gen GmbH
 ・Bode Planungsgesellschaft für Energieeffizienz mbH
 ・MFC MicroFuelcells Energie & Hydrogensolutions / A.H.T. Pyrogas Vertriebs GmbH
 ・EmviTec B:ogas

13:00-14:00

Convention Hall (1F)

REIF Special Lecture

Development of Fuel Cell Vehicle MIRAI and Challenges for Hydrogen Society Realization


Mr. Tanaka, who was responsible for development of fuel cell vehicle MIRAI, will explain about Toyota's efforts for realizing hydrogen society, overview and struggle for developing MIRAI.


Yoshikazu Tanaka
Chief Engineer of the Mid-size Vehicle Company MS-Product planning ZF Toyota Motor Corporation

14:50-16:40

Convention Hall (1F)

International Hydrogen Seminar (*Simultaneous interpretation)


1. Greeting

 Kazufumi Yoshida

 Director of the Business Creation Division, Commerce, Industry and Labor Department, Fukushima Prefectural Government



2. Cooperation between Companies in German Hydrogen Business

 Nationale Organisation Wasserstoff-und Brennstoffzellentechnologie



3. Efforts for promoting hydrogen society by Japanese companies

 ・TOYOTA INDUSTRIES CORPORATION
 ・OHNO BELLOWS INDUSTRY CO., LTD
 ・Apollo Gas CO., LTD


Exhibitor’s Presentation

Start 11/8(Wed.)
11:00 Spanner KK Spanner's compact heat & power supply plant using wood biomass
11:30 Geo-Heat Promotion Council of Fukushima Efforts to promote renewable energy utilizing ground source heat, groundwater, hot spring heat in Fukushima prefecture
12:00 Kyoei Co, Ltd. Prospect of small biomass power generation business using food residue
12:30 KYOWA ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS CO.,Ltd. Future micro-hydropower generation using local water resources for the region
13:00 Shizenfuryokuhatsuden Inc. Challenges and prospects for further promotion of small wind turbines based on our experience
13:30 TANIGUCHI SANGYO Co.,Ltd. Importance of weed management and effective measures for clean energy facilities
14:00 Photovoltaic Inspection Association 6 months after the revision of FIT, looking into the future of Post FIT
14:30 MobileSolution CO LTD. Safe and secure solar power generation by micro-inverter
15:00
15:30
Royal Danish Embassy Efforts to promote renewable energy in the Kingdom of Denmark
16:00 GE Renewable Energy Efforts of wind power generation business utilizing low speed wind turbine

Start 11/9 (Thu.)
11:00 Sanyo Trading CO., Ltd. 49 kW to 2 MW power generation and hot water uses, using wood pellets
11:30 Mitsubishi Electric CO. Future life realization by PV and V2X
12:00 Toei Scientific Industrial CO., Ltd. Easy simple proper PR: Power Generation / solar radiation ratio and usage of O & M equipment
12:30 Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory Yamaguchi Univ. Efficient acquisition of energy regardless of the direction of flow
13:00 Mitsuiwa CO. Basic principles of energy saving in fisheries processing industry
13:30 Nippon Kernel System CO., Ltd./
CLIMATEC,Inc
Evaluation of power generation performance and its measurement case in PV maintenance.
14:00 enagia, inc. Equipment and Systems for disaster prevention smart community that uses renewable energy
14:30 Sunfire GmbH Sunfire’s SOEC electrolyser and SOFC applications being already in use by customers
15:00 EcoEnergySystems, Inc. An example of enterprises entering agriculture by utilizing natural energy.
15:30 Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Tohoku Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry Collecting suggestions of distributed energy utilization plan for solving regional issues