Challenge toward the net zero emission achievement of innovative initiatives for climate technologies
- New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Carbon Trust
In order to achieve “net zero emission”, which is the long term goal of the Paris Agreement, we need innovative initiatives such as introduction of the renewable energy on a massive scale, decarbonization, and efficient and effective transfer of climate technology to the emerging nations.
This event features three topics; 1) Off-shore wind power as a large scale introduction and deployment of the renewable energy, 2) Special countermeasures to stabilize the grid condition against the variable load caused by the penetration of wind power, 3) Address and efforts in hydrogen technology, which enables to store, carry and use renewable energies without emitting carbon dioxide (CO2) , and can be a key to energy security and measures against climate change, and 4) Effective and efficient approaches to encourage energy efficiency and conservation in emerging nations closely linked with their own policies and programs.
We share our experiences and ideas, then propose how we can get there.
- Stefania Omassoli (Ms.), Carbon Trust, Director,,Programmes & Innovation
- (TBD), Smart Community Department, NEDO, Deputy Director
- Daishu HARA (Dr.), Advanced Battery and Hydrogen Technology Department, NEDO, Director
- Rida Mulyana (Mr.), Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia, Director General
- Masanori KOBAYASHI (Mr.), Global Environment Technology Promotion Division, International Affairs Department, Director
- Takashi Omote, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), Executive Director