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IMPACT WEBINAR:
Steps towards Japan’s 12 Million Hydrogen Target - What are the opportunities and future impact?

[Impact Webinar] Steps towards Japan’s 12 Million Hydrogen Target - What are the opportunities and future impact?

Date & Time: 14 March 2024, 14:30 - 16:30 (Tokyo time)

Format: Virtual Conference (Zoom Meeting)

Description:

In June 2023, Japan released a revised Hydrogen Basic Strategy in efforts to further reduce carbon emissions, which sets an ambitious target to increase the annual supply by six times from the current level to 12 million tons by 2040. Nevertheless, the follow-up stragtegic implementation securing Janpan’s industrial competitiveness still needs to be identifies, and the conversation of overcoming practical challenges for hydrogen to become a full-fledged energy source nationwide should continue as well. 

Featuring an exclusive line-up of international industry leaders and policy makers from government body, energy utilities, developers, and hydrogen buyers, this Impact Webinar will comprehensively discuss the Impact of the revised plan, japan-related technology competitiveness, global supply chain, and the feasibility of achieving the Hydrogen Society in diverse application scenarios, etc, exploring the transformative potential of Japan's hydrogen vision and its global impact.

March 14th Impact Agenda:

 14:30 - 14:45 | Initiatives to strengthen Japan's Industrial Competitiveness in the Global Hydrogen

Eiji Ohira, Strategy Architect for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)

14:45 - 15:15 | Collaborations: Intensifying International Cooperation to Scale up the Production of Hydrogen and Ammonia, and Reduce Costs

Louis-Pierre Émond, Minister (Commercial), Embassy of Canada in Japan

Joren Kippers, Head of Economic and Trade Section, Economic Section, Embassy of Belgium in Tokyo 

15:15 - 15:30 | Unlocking the Potential of Supplying Japan with Green Ammonia from India

Ashwani Dudeja, President & Director, Green Hydrogen and Ammonia, ACME 

15:30 - 15:45 | Financing the H2 value chain - Japan's Public-Private Partnership

Toyoda Kohei, Director General for Energy Transformation Strategy Energy and Natural Resources Finance Group, Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)

15:45 - 16:00 | Catalyzing GX-related Investments from the Private Sectors 

Tadahiro Kaneko, Senior Aide to Unit Heads of Global Banking at SMBC, Chair of Finance Committee at Japan Hydrogen Association (JH2A) 

16:00 - 16:15 | Case Sharing: Takasago Hydrogen Park - Deep Dive Into the World’s First Fully Integrated Hydrogen Validation Facility and the Prospect of Hydrogen Co-firing in Japan

Takashi Kishine, Executive Vice President, Mitsubishi Power Asia Pacific

16:15 - 16:30 | Leveraging Japan’s Industrial Competitiveness in Global Hydrogen through the Commercialisation of Japan-developed Hydrogen Technologies

Hidetaka Endo, GX Advisor, Mitsubishi Kakoki

Insights Brought to You by:

Eiji Ohira

Strategy Architect for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen

NEDO

Takashi Kishine

 

Executive Vice President, Engineering

Mitsubishi Power Asia Pacific

Louis-Pierre Émond

Minister (Commercial)

Embassy of Canada in Japan

Ashwani Dudeja

Group President and Director (Green Hydrogen & Ammonia) 

 

ACME Group

Tadahiro Kaneko

Chair of Finance Committee

Japan Hydrogen Association (JH2A)

Toyoda Kohei

Director General for Energy Transformation Strategy

Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)

Joren Kippers

Head of Economic and Trade Section, Economic Section

Embassy of Belgium in Tokyo

Hidetaka Endo

GX Advisor  

Mitsubishi Kakoki 

HOST:

Holnam Sha

Senior Content Analyst

Leader Associates

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