In order to broaden opportunities to enter the environment and energy-related industries, which is one of the growing industries that will solve social issues in cities, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) supports Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Tokyo with advanced technologies and products to exhibit in international trade fairs regarding environment and energy-related industries.
As a part of this initiative, the Tokyo Pavilion will exhibit at E-world energy & water 2023. The pavilion will feature seven Tokyo-based SMEs that have earned high marks in Japan and abroad for their advanced technologies and superior products. This is the first time for the TMG to exhibit at E-world.
Tokyo Pavilion Exhibitors
- GCE Institute Inc.
- Products on show: Environmental heat power generation device without using temperature difference
- Specialist sectors: Utilization of low-grade unused waste heat
- KENDENSHA Co., Ltd.
- Products on show: KDS SEPARATOR
- Specialist sectors: Wastewater treatment, sludge thickening, sludge dewatering, solid-liquid separation
- LEBO ROBOTICS INC
- Products on show: Wind Turbine Blade LEP applying Robot
- Specialist sectors: High-elevation work robots for maintenance tasks on wind turbine blades
- Liberaware CO.,LTD.
- Products on show: IBIS
- Specialist sectors: Small inspection drones for confined indoor spaces
- SURIYA CO.,LTD
- Products on show: [Inazuma] Freshness Preservation Equipment
- Specialist sectors: Electrical products OEM for equipment such as freshness preservation units
- SYSTEM BRAIN CORPORATION
- Products on show: NANO-MAINTENANCE
- Specialist sectors: Glass coating for building, PV arrays
- Tenchijin, Inc.
- Products on show: Tenchijin COMPASS
- Specialist sectors: Water Leak Risk Mapping, Renewable Energy Site Search
Since the period of rapid economic growth in Japan, the TMG has dealt with environmental problems such as air and water pollution and waste. Tokyo's air quality has improved dramatically due to diesel vehicle regulations implemented ahead of the government of Japan. Tokyo, with the cooperation of businesses, has also achieved significant results by introducing the world's first urban cap-and-trade system, in 2010 as a measure to combat climate change.
Furthermore, we are accelerating our efforts to achieve Carbon Half goal, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030, with the goal of achieving “Zero-Emission Tokyo” to contribute to achieve virtually zero CO2 emissions in the globe by 2050.
Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, aims to become a green and resilient global city that is sustainable, safe, secure, comfortable, and opens up the future.
Please visit the Tokyo Pavilion to meet the technologies and products of the leading Japanese Industries in Tokyo, to realize a capable enterprise in Tokyo, and to consider collaborating with the SMEs in Tokyo.
Stand Number：Hall4, 4-406
Contact Information: Tokyo Pavilion Management Office