Energy Market: Status, GOJ Policy, and Future of Wind Power
The U.S. Commercial Service in Tokyo & the Global Energy Team will hosted a FREE webinar on Sep. 30, 2014 for U.S. renewable energy companies on Japan’s Renewable Market: Status, GOJ Policy, and Future of Wind Power – How U.S. Companies can participate.
Welcome Remarks – Jason Sproule, Energy Team – U.S. Commercial Service
Japan’s Renewable Energy Market: Status, GOJ Policy, and Future of Wind Power – Dr. Ali Izadi, Head of Japan, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
What Commercial Service can do for you!– Gregory Taevs, U.S. Embassy, Tokyo
World Smart Energy Week, U.S. Pavilion – Mitsuru Takazawa & Dan Walsh, Reed Expo.
As the second of the webinar series on Japan’s renewable energy market, this webinar will introduce participants to recent trends in Japan’s Renewable Market, Japanese Government Policy, and uncovered business opportunities for U.S. firms. The webinar will also offer exhibiting opportunities in U.S. Pavilions at the World Smart Energy Week 2015, one of the world’s largest, DOC certified trade show to be held at the end of February 2015, with more than 2000 exhibitors and 90000 expected visitors.
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