Renewable Energy Institute held its annual international conference "REvision2019: Renewable Revolution" on 6 March 2019.
Renewables have become the most competitive source of energy in many parts of the world. The use of abundant and widely existing renewables is bringing energy security and affordable energies in various regions, and has been transforming the global geopolitics in the sense of economy and politics, not only from the way of energy business.
REvision2019 revealed the continuous global growth of renewables, present how the vast deployment of low-cost renewable is driving changes in business and regions, as well as highlight long-term visions towards 2050.
Keynote "A New World: The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation"
Session 1: Global RE Acceleration
- Heymi Bahar
|Afternoon Session (13:30-18:00)||
Session 2: Energy Business Turnaround
Session 3: Era of 100% Renewables
|Session 4: For the Creation of Carbon Neutral World
[Moderator] Teruyuki Ohno, Executive Director, Renewable Energy Institute
[Honor Lecture] Hiroshi Komiyama
Chairman, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc. / Director-General, Center for Low Carbon Society Strategy (LCS) , Japan Science and Technology Agency / President, Platinum Society Network
- Matthieu Ballu
Policy Officer, Directorate General for Energy, Renewable Energy Unit, European CommissionDL
- Yongsung Cho
President, Korea Energy Economics InstituteDL
- Hideo Suzuki
Ambassador, Assistant Minister for Global Issues / Director-General for Global Issues, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Hiroshi Ono
Deputy Director General, Global Environment Affairs, Ministry of the EnvironmentDL
Vice-Chair of Executive Board, Renewable Energy Institute
|Date & Time||Wednesday 6 March 2019
Morning session: 10:00 - 12:00
Afternoon session: 13:30 - 18:00
|Organizer||Renewable Energy Institute|
- REvision2018: Towards Massive Deployment of Low Cost, Renewable Electricity
- REvision2017: Future that Renewables Make Possible
- REvision2016: Realizing the Opportunities
- REvision2015: Removing the Barriers to RE Development in Japan
- REvision2014: Global Energy Turnarounds and Japan's Path
- REvision2013: Creating a New Renewable Energy Future
- REvision2012: New Renewable Direction for Japan