Energy security / management Optimal solutions to securing independent energy sources
Following the Great East Japan Earthquake, local governments, corporations, and residents alike are all more aware of the need to secure independent energy sources. Users are moving to choose energy solutions that meet the needs of their individual environments from amongst a diverse array of choices, which can mean that the optimal solution is sometimes difficult to identify. In this connection, this event offers an overview of products and services designed to provide energy security, based on a wide range of case studies. This is an excellent opportunity for participants to appeal to key people engaged in seeking out energy security.
|Dates||October 29 (Wed.)-October 31 (Fri.), 2014 (three days)|
|Organizer||Nikkei Business Publications|
|Special cooperation||City of Yokohama|
|Supervision||Nikkei BP Cleantech Institute|
|Cooperation||Nikkei Business, Nikkei Ecology, Nikkei Electronics, Nikkei Computer, Nikkei Monozukuri, Nikkei Automotive Technology, Nikkei Architecture, Nikkei Business Online, Nikkei Technology Online, ITpro, KEN-Platz, Nikkei Business Publications Environmental Management Forum, Nikkei Digital Health, etc.|
Please note that while the above is anticipated, details are subject to change.
- National and local government urban development and environmental divisions from Japan and other countries
- Public facility managers at local governments
- General construction contractors and developers
- Building owners
- Corporate production management and administrative divisions
- Renewable energy solutions
- New energy solutions
- Rechargeable batteries and electricity storage solutions
- Energy management systems
- Remote monitoring systems
- Hydrogen, fuel cells, etc.