Conférence & Séminaire

Energy Transition: New Solutions and Energy Efficiency

CCI France Japon – at the brand new office!
YS Building 1F, 2-2-2 Nihonbashi-Honcho, Chuo-ku
103-0023
TOKYO

Langue : English/Japanese (simultaneous interpretation)

Date limite d'inscription :
Vendredi 28 Juin 2019 - 17H00

Tarif :
8 000 yens for members of the French Chamber
15 000 yens for members of European Chambers
18 000 yens for non-members
(to be paid in cash at the door or online via PayPal)
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.

 

Following the success of 2018, we are delighted to announce the 2nd edition of the Energy Conference, this year on “Energy Transition: New Solutions and Energy Efficiency.”

During this conference French and Japanese energy experts will discuss smart energy consumption and efficiency as well as new energies and new energy carriers. Speakers will also present through concrete examples opportunities for further French-Japanese cooperation.

Join us  to get first-hand insights on this significant sector in Japan and France and hear latest developments.

With speakers from:
- French Ministry of Ecological and Solidary Transition
- Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
- Bouygues Asia/Wattway by Colas
- Ciel & Terre
- Energy Pool
- Engie
- Air Liquide
- IDEOL Offshore
- Jyukankyo Research Institute
- Renewable Energy Institute
- Saint Gobain
- Schneider Electric
- Waseda University
- Yume Kenchiku Koubou

We look forward to seeing you at this conference, which will be followed by a networking cocktail.

PROGRAM & SPEAKERS

16:30  OPENING REMARKS
Armel Cahierre, President, CCI France Japon

16:35  GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS KEYNOTES
- Stefan Le Du, Sustainable Development Councilor, French Ministry of Ecological and Solidary Transition
- Koyama Masaomi, Director for International Affairs, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Department, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)

16:55  PANEL 1: SMART ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND EFFICIENCY
- Moderator:  Hideo Ishii, Senior Researcher, Advanced Collaborative Research Organization for Smart Society, Waseda University
- Ryoko Aoyagi, Vice President, Japan, Power System Business, Schneider Electric
- Jean-Francois Rebeille, Country Head, Engie
- Takeshi Ichimura, CEO, Energy Pool Japan
- Francis Cholley, CEO Japan, Saint Gobain Japan
- Takahiro Tsurusaki, Managing Director, COO, Jyukankyo Research Institute Inc.

17:55  ZOOM ON PASSIVE HOUSES
- Kota Kishino, President, Yume Kenchiku Koubou

18:05  PANEL 2: NEW ENERGIES AND NEW ENERGY CARRIERS
- Moderator: Mika Ohbayashi, Director, Renewable Energy Institute (REI)
- Hajime Mori, President and Representative Director, Ciel & Terre
- Pierre Mustiere, President and Representative Director, Bouygues Asia and Carole Naganuma, Japan Director, Wattway by Colas
- Akinobu Nasu, General Manager, Air Liquide - Hydrogen Energy
- Mutsumi Yamada, Country Manager, IDEOL Offshore

18:55  Q&A AND CONCLUDING REMARKS
- Hideo Ishii, Senior Researcher, Advanced Collaborative Research Organization for Smart Society, Waseda University

19:10  NETWORKING COCKTAIL

 

Any questions?
Please contact us at a.salfray(@)ccifj.or.jp (English/French) or k.omura(@)ccifj.or.jp (French/Japanese)

 

Event organized with the kind support of

 

 

BUSINESS LEADERS FORUM

In 2019 the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan (CCI France Japon) organizes a series of sectoral events dedicated to the French-Japanese business community: the Business Leaders Forum. All year round, events will bring together exceptional guests who will share their vision of the future and identify themes of cooperation. This Forum will end by the 2nd edition of the French-Japanese Business Summit on December 11, 2019.

 

2019 Business Leaders Forum Sponsors

Modalités d'accès

  • Sobu Line : 2 min from Shin-Nihonbashi Station
  • Ginza Line / Hanzomon Line : 2 min from Mitsukoshi-mae Station
  • Yamanote Line : 9 min from Kanda Station

 

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