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18/11

Virtual 18.11.2020

WEBINAR - Japan and Finland towards hydrogen economy together

Attendance to the webinar is free of charge, however, requires a pre-registration via the link above. The registration deadline is on November 12.

 

A meeting link will be sent to the registered participants prior to the event

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Further Information

Program content:
Ms. Helena Sarén (located in Finland)
Head of Smart Energy Finland Program
+358 40 343 3324
helena.saren (at) businessfinland.fi

Tanaka Koichi (located in Japan, +6h)
Senior Advisor, Business Finland Japan
+81(0)3 6432 5270
koichi.tanaka (at) businessfinland.fi

Practicalities:
Päivi Mähönen (located in Finland)
Manager, Delegations, Business Finland
+358 40 343 3468
paivi.mahonen (at) businessfinland.fi

We invite you to come to learn about Finland’s recently published National Hydrogen Roadmap and EU policies related. We have a deep-dive to Japan’s hydrogen strategy as well interesting ecosystems and company cases will be presented.

Finland is committed to become carbon-neutral by 2035. In order to succeed in this, energy, manufacturing and transportation sectors need to be decarbonized. One of the enablers is hydrogen and power-to-X solutions. Now there is a heavy focus in the research & development & innovation on hydrogen and power-to-X solutions

There are several hydrogen-focused research & development & innovation programs going on in Japan. The challenge of commercial viability is universal.

This webinar is a deep-dive to the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) led program for renewable energy based hydrogen production in Fukushima. The liquid hydrogen will then be land-transported to Tokyo. The target of the demo project is to materialize commercially viable CO2 free hydrogen production. Toshiba Energy System, Tohoku Electric Power, and Iwatani are involved in the project.