Symposium Held on Latest Trends in Research and Development for Thermal Energy Management Technologies
March 12, 2019
On March 4, 2019, NEDO, together with Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun,Ltd., jointly held a symposium at the Tokyo Conference Center regarding the latest trends in Research and Development for thermal energy management technologies with a focus on thermal storage and transport.
Centered on its research and development for Innovative Thermal Management Materials and Technologies, NEDO is promoting the development of technologies to efficiently utilize and economically recover unused thermal energy in the industrial and transportation sectors.The symposium focused on thermal energy management technologies, centering on thermal storage and transport in factories and automobiles, and featured presentations by researchers and other experts on the latest industry issues and technology development trends with a focus on relevant NEDO projects.
Director General of NEDO Energy Conservation Technology Department delivering remarks
Dr. Toshikazu Akiyama, Director, Energy Conservation Center Japan, making presentation
Dr. Satoshi Hirano, Associate Manager, General Planning Office, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, making presentation regarding survey of exhaust heat released by factories
Symposium venue during presentation
by Project Leader Dr. Haruhiko Obara