Challenge toward the net zero emission achievement of innovative initiatives for climate technologies
- New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
- Carbon Trust
- Mnisry of Energy of the Republic of Poland
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, Director, Programmes & Innovation, Carbon Trust Presentation (PDF, 2.3MB)
- Łukasz Szczepaniak, Senior Specialist, System Management Department, Polski Sieci Electroenergetyczne (PSE) Presentation (PDF, 1.3MB)
- Hiroshi Tanso, Senior Engineer, Social Infrastructure Systems Business Unit, Power System Information & Controls Dept. Social Instrastrucuture Information Systems Div., Hitachi, Ltd.
- Waldemar Łagoda, Deputy Director, Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Poland
- Daishu Hara, Director, Advanced Battery and Hydrogen Technology Department, NEDO Presentation (PDF, 2.6MB)
- Chris Stephen, Director, Asia, Carbon Trust Presentation (PDF, 842KB)
- Harris S.T., Director, New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia Presentation (PDF, 2.8MB)
- Masanori Kobayashi, Director, Global Environment Technology Promotion Division, International Affairs Department, NEDO Presentation (PDF, 1MB)
- Takashi Omote, Executive Director, NEDO
- The Carbon Trust introduced their off-shore wind accelerator project, which had achieved cost reduction and then would be also expected to achieve larger scale in future. The Carbon Trust also introduced their global inductry energy efficincy accelerator project in Indonesia. The points of the presentation were the nation had already had the related laws and regulations while the understanding of them was not enough in both line ministries and industries.
- NEDO introduced the recent policies and activities regarding the hydrogen technology utilization including the Hydrogen Energy Ministerial Meeting and NEDO's representative projects.
- Ministry of Energy Poland and PSE(Polish Electric Company) introduced the smart grid project under the bilateral partnership between Poland and Japan, and Hitach added the further information about the SPS technolocy that consisted the core tachnoogy in the project.
- Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resoureces, Indonesia introduced their lowcarbon policies in Energy sector. It was consist of 5 big areas such as energy concvervation, renewable energy, electricity, oil and gas, and coal, of which potential of co2 emissionreduction was approximately 44 milion tons as of 2017.
In this event, we believe we could share 1)Where are we?, 2)Where do we want to go? and 3) How do we get there? ,as same as the approaches in Talanoa Dialogue.