Japan NRG Transition 2050

  • DATE: March 8, 2021
  • TIME: 19:00 JST
  • PLACE: Online

Japan NRG are excited to partner with TerraPraxis, a climate-focused NPO, to bring you the next installment in the Japan NRG Transition 2050 series.

Event name: “How Hydrogen-Enabled Synthetic Fuels Can Help Deliver on the Paris Goals”
Date: Monday, March 8
Time: 19:00 JST (5:00 EST) – 20:30 JST; 
Access: Zoom, details on request

Speakers will include: 

  • Nobuo TANAKA, Chair, Steering Committee, Innovation for Cool Earth Forum
  • Eri NAKATANI, Deputy Director in the Nuclear Policy Division, ANRE
  • Tatsusaburo KIMURA, ex-Senior Advisor for Hydrogen Business at Sumitomo Corp.
  • Dr. Sama BILBAO Y LEÓN, Director General, World Nuclear Association
  • Tomoko MURAKAMI, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
  • Kirsty GOGAN, Co-Founder, TerraPraxis
  • Mayumi WATANABE, Senior Researcher, Japan NRG

The event will discuss the potential of hydrogen as a decarbonization tool both globally and with a specific focus on Japan. Kirsty Grogan, the founder of TerraPraxis, will lead the discussion and introduce a report that TerraPraxis recently published on the event topic. Nobuo Tanaka, the former head of the IEA, will make introductory comments. 

Terra Praxis is a non-profit organisation based out of the UK and Massachusetts focused on action for climate and prosperity. It was founded to design and implement strategies that leverage science, technology and energy innovation for a prosperous planet. Their special focus is on enabling high-impact rapid transitions for neglected parts of the decarbonization challenge. 

Please let us know if you’d like to attend and mark your calendars accordingly.

(Japan NRG subscribers can get access to materials from the event in the Archive section)

To access the full report of the event and any presentation or video content, please subscribe. Details are available here or via email (info@japan-nrg.com)

Already a member? Please access the event’s premium content by logging into the Japan NRG Archive.