U.S.-Japan Climate Partnership: Increasing the Availability of Affordable Clean Energy





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U.S.-Japan Climate Partnership: Increasing the Availability of Affordable Clean Energy
Date: August 29, 2022 (U.S.) / August 30, 2022 (Japan)
Time: 8:00-9:30pm (ET) / 5:00-6:30pm (PT) / 9:00-10:30am (JT)
Location: Virtual Event
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Climate ambitions in both the United States and Japan require moving the needle on the availability of affordable clean energy. Governments, corporations, utilities and communities all seek success stories and roadmaps to follow. This dialogue brings multi-sector leaders to offer inspiration and practical insights into how to bridge the gap in Japan between demand and supply of low-cost renewable energy through effective engagement of key stakeholders.

This event is part of the USJC Climate and Sustainability Initiative, supported by the initiative’s Founding Strategic Partner, Amazon. This webinar is also being presented in partnership with the Japan Climate Leaders’ Partnership (JCLP).

Speakers

Panel Discussion

Yusuke Matsuo, Executive Director, Japan Climate Leaders’ Partnership

Scott Seu, President & CEO, Hawaiian Electric Industries

Masao Uchibori, Governor of Fukushima Prefecture (video message)

(Moderator) Aya Kameda, General Manager, Shell Energy Japan

Special Remarks

Suzanne Basalla, President and CEO, U.S.-Japan Council

Aaron P. Forsberg, Minister Counselor for Economic and Scientific Affairs, U.S. Embassy Tokyo

Izuru KOBAYASHI, Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy (ANRE), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)

Yukiko Sato, Head of Japan Business Development, AWS Japan

Registration

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