Once again, this year, Renewable Energy exhibition at Pacifico Yokohama came at the end. Organized by the Japan Council for Renewable Energy (JCRE),
this annual meeting turns out to be one of the most well-known and prominent event of the Japanese scenery for the Renewable Energy field.
This Year, 26,938 is the overall number of those, who were present during the three days of exhibition. So far higher than last year total amount, this result, reveals the trend of the Japanese market over the last six years (after the disaster of Fukushima), looking for alternative ways of producing energy.
In the article “Japan greater Energy Security Through Renewables: Electricity Transformation in a Post-Nuclear Economy”, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) states that within 2030 Japan could potentially supply over 35% of energy production, derived from renewable sources.
Cornered by the terrible event happened in 2011, the forward-looking of the Japanese government is investing all the necessary resources and energies, in order to turn Japan into the biggest world power, totally nuclear free.
After taking part last year at the exhibition and thanks to its advanced gasification technology that produces clean energy derived from wasted biomass, with high content of moisture percentages, once again RM Group continued to attract great interest on Japanese Market. This year, supported by the Japanese Partner REWRITE INC..
Once again, within the Italian Pavillion organized by ICE, the Trade Agency for the promotion of the Italian Companies abroad, our desk was usefull in order to show to the visitors an all-round vision of the technology, thanks to explenatory brochures, advertising banners and latest devices, able to manage the Gasification Plant by Remote Control, monitoring it in Real Time, inside our Tuscan Technological Park at RM Impianti S.r.l. Society, through 360° cameras.
Indeed, the great success of this technology has been favoured by a strong incentivisation on the Japanese Market for the production energy from Wasted Biomass, at least up to 2019 – 40¥ per KW/h, up to 2MW of the total production.
As usual in Japan at the end of a meeting among businessmen or after an official cerimony, RM Team and Rewrite ended their participation to this edition of the Renewable Energy Exhibition, with the ritual of the Tejime – 手締め, – a unique applause all together, that represents a way for obtaining Divinities’ attention and a wish for a bright and peaceful future. But also fauvorable and successful, towards the extention of new horizzons of the renewable sector.
Edited by: Annalisa Rossi