|Name||Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide(JASE-W)|
|Establishment||Oct. 30th, 2008|
5th Floor, Igarashi Building, 2-11-5 Shibaura Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0023, Japan
|Number of members||41 companies, 21 organizations (as of April 2021)|
|Secretary general||Masanori Komori|
Message from the Chairman
My name is Hiroaki Nakanishi, Executive Chairman of Keidanren (the Japan Business Federation), and I assumed the post of Chairman of the Japan Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide in May 2018.
Japan’s business community and government jointly established the Alliance in October 2008, with the goal of disseminating outstanding energy-efficient and renewable-energy technologies and products from Japan to the world. Thus far, we have been proactively conducting various surveys and analyses, distributing information overseas, dispatching delegations and so forth, with the aim of global expansion of energy-efficient and renewable-energy technologies.
In recent years, with the remarkable growth of emerging economies, global energy demand continues to expand, making efficient energy use a matter of shared concern around the world. Under the Paris Agreement, each country, including developing countries, has set goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and as we promote efforts to reduce and eliminate carbon levels, expectations for the role of energy-efficient and renewable-energy technologies and products are rising to unprecedented levels. In addition to moving forward with vigorous efforts to counter global warming in Japan, we are working to popularize outstanding energy-efficient and renewable-energy technologies and products worldwide so as to achieve a necessary balance between global economic growth and global warming countermeasures. These efforts are in line with the Sustainable Development Goals that the United Nations set in 2015.
The Alliance is capable of promoting these efforts as a platform for close public- and private-sector cooperation, and we believe our activities are growing ever more significant. In the future, we will continue to consolidate the resources of the business world, partner and cooperate with the government, and pursue initiatives to build Japan’s smart energy-related business overseas so as to revitalize our nation’s economy while making positive contributions to global issues such as climate change.
Chairman and Vice Chairmen (as of 16 June, 2020)
Nippon Keidanren (Japan Business Federation)
|Chief Vice Chairman||Yosaku Fuji||
The Energy Conservation Center, Japan
|Vice Chairmen||Hideo Ichikawa||
Chairman, Committee on Energy and Resources,
Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association
The Japan Iron and Steel Federation
The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan
Chairman, Planning & Operation Committee
Chairman, Planning &
Green Power Investment Corporation
Chief Specialist, Government and External Relations Dept., Toshiba Corporation