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Webcast REvision202110 years from 3.11 - A New Energy Future

10 March 2021

in Japanese

Renewable Energy Institute hosted "REvision 2021: 10 Years from 3.11 - A New Energy Future" which was held as a webinar on Wednesday 10 March 2021.

This year's REvision focused on the frontlines of how the rapid expansion of renewables is creating dramatic changes in the existing systems in industry, transportation, energy and other sectors, as well as the prospects for realizing a decarbonized society through energy transformation.

Today having passed 10 years since the accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, which could have destroyed all of eastern Japan, REvision2021 discussed energy strategies and technologies for a safe and secure decarbonized society that does not depend on nuclear power.

Program

Opening
Teruyuki Ohno  Executive Director, Renewable Energy Institute

Special Message
Masayoshi Son  Founder and Chairperson, Renewable Energy Institute / CEO, SoftBank Group

Click here for original in Japanese
Session 1: 10 years from 3.11 - A Course to a Renewable Energy Era
Tony Seba  Author / Educator / Co-founder, RethinkX
Amory B. Lovins  Cofounder and Chairman Emeritus, Rocky Mountain Institute / Adjunct Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Scholar, Precourt Institute for Energy, Stanford University DL
[Moderator] Tomas Kåberger  Chair of Executive Board, Renewable Energy Institute

Keynote
Francesco La Camera  Director-General, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) DL

Congratulatory Remarks
Shinjiro Koizumi   Minister of the Environment / Minister in charge of Climate Change
Taro Kono   Minister of State for Regulatory Reform / Minister in charge of Administrative Reform

Session 2: Pathway to Phasing Out Nuclear
Mycle Schneider  International Analyst on Energy and Nuclear Policy, Mycle Schneider Consulting DL
Stephen Thomas  Emeritus Professor of Energy Policy, University of Greenwich DL
Tatsujiro Suzuki  Vice Director / Professor, Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition, Nagasaki University (RECNA)DL
Kenichi Oshima  Professor, Faculty of Policy Science, Ryukoku University DL
[Moderator] Mika Ohbayashi  Director, Renewable Energy InstituteDL

Session 3: Scenarios for 2050
Patrick Graichen  Executive Director, Agora Energiewende DL
Christian Breyer  Professor for Solar Economy, LUT University, FinlandDL
Dolf Gielen  Director, IRENA Innovation and Technology Centre (IITC)DL
Tadashi Mogi   Director-General, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Dept., Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustryDL
[Moderator] Yuko Nishida  Senior Manager (Climate Change), Renewable Energy InstituteDL

Session 4: Technology Pathway for 2050
Mikael Nordlander  Head of R&D portfolio Industry Decarbonisation, Vattenfall DL
Jin Kato  President, Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA)DL
Bo Normark  Industrial Strategy Executive, KIC InnoEnergyDL
Niklas Persson  Executive Vice President / Managing Director Grid Integration, Hitachi ABB Power GridsDL
[Moderator] Miho Kurosaki  Head of Japan and Korea Research, BloombergNEF

Closing Session: Towards a New Energy Future
Tomas Kåberger  Chair of Executive Board, Renewable Energy Institute
Takejiro Sueyoshi   Vice-Chair of Executive Board, Renewable Energy Institute

Event Details

Date and Time Wednesday 10 March 2021  [Part I]10:00~11:30  /[Part II]14:00~18:00 JST
Webcasted Via Zoom (with English-Japanese simultaneous interpretation 
Organizer Renewable Energy Institute
Admission Free (prior registration required) 

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