Rapid deployment of offshore wind power is critical for achieving energy transition in Japan. Japan is estimated to have an energy potential for offshore wind that could meet nine times Japan’s current electricity demand. In order to unleash Japan’s untapped potential, what is needed now is to urgently examine how the sea areas can be utilized, including the use of Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), which have not been discussed to date, and the development of human resources to shape the industry. This symposium will address such topics and will explore the medium-to long-term strategies as well as specific policies that are required now to support the growth of the industry.
The event will be held both onsite and virtually. We look forward to your participation.
|Date / Time||Tuesday 20 June 2023 / 13:30-17:10 JST (doors open at 13:00)|
|Organizer||Renewable Energy Institute|
|Admission||Free (prior registration required）|
|Event format||(1) Onsite
Conference Room 8F, Hibikoku Conference Square
8F Hibiya Kokusai Building, 2-2-3 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 100-0011 Access
(2) Virtual (webcasted via Zoom)
|Registration||Select either onsite OR virtual participation.
In case of duplicate registrations, onsite participation will be cancelled and you will be registered virtually.
(1) Onsite Onsite Registration
*Capacity: 130 people (first come, first served)
(2) Virtual Virtual Registration
*You will receive a link from "firstname.lastname@example.org" upon completion of your registration
Program *as of 5 June 2023. Program and speakers are subject to change. English-Japanese simultaneous translation provided.
[MC] Mika Ohabayashi Director, Renewable Energy Institute
■Theme 1: Maritime Spatial Planning
■Theme 2: Skills and Training