気候変動に対応する日米パートナーシップ: 安価なクリーンエネルギーの供給拡大





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    2022年8月30日 (火) 9:00 am – 10:30 am

気候変動に対応する日米パートナーシップ――安価なクリーンエネルギーの供給拡大 
日程:  2022年8月29日(米国)/ 2022年8月30日(日本)
時間: 8:00-9:30pm (東部時間) / 9:00-10:30am (日本時間)
場所: オンライン
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気候変動緩和に関する目標を米日両国が達成するには、安価なクリーンエネルギーの供給を進める必要があります。政府、企業、電力会社、地域社会などすべての関係者が、成功事例とたどるべきロードマップを求めています。この対話では、政財界のリーダーや有識者が一堂に会して、政策、技術、社会の力を結集して日本における安価な再生可能エネルギーの需給ギャップを解消する方法について、アイデアや実際的な知見を紹介します。

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パネル・ディスカッション

公益財団法人地球環境戦略研究機関(IGES) ビジネスタスクフォース ディレクター/JCLP 事務局 エクゼクティブディレクター

株式会社三和銀行(現三菱東京UFJ銀行)、投資顧問会社でのESG専門リサーチャーを経て2005年より現職。2005年ルンド大学(スウェーデン)産業環境経済研究所修士課程修了(環境政策学修士)。 気候変動と企業の関わりについて一貫して研究、および実践活動を実施。

現在は日本の先進企業で形成される日本気候リーダーズ・パートナーシップ(JCLP)の事務局長を務めるほか、RE100アワード審査員、複数のグローバル企業の気候変動アドバイザーなども務める。
受賞歴:2010年度 エネルギー・資源学会 第14回茅奨励賞、環境省 第9回、第11回NGO/NPO・企業環境政策提言 最優秀賞など多数。主な著書に、「脱炭素経営入門(日本経済出版社)」がある。

Scott Seu is president and CEO of Hawaiian Electric Industries (HEI). The HEI family of companies provides the energy and financial services that empower much of the economic and community activity of Hawai‘i.

HEI’s electric utility, Hawaiian Electric, supplies power to approximately 95% of Hawai‘i’s population. HEI’s banking subsidiary, American Savings Bank, is one of Hawai‘i’s largest financial institutions. HEI helps advance Hawai‘i’s sustainability goals through investments by its non-regulated subsidiary, Pacific Current.

Prior to assuming his current role in January 2022, Mr. Seu was president and CEO of Hawaiian Electric. He joined Hawaiian Electric in 1993 and held numerous leadership positions across the company, including in the areas of environmental management, renewable energy development, electric system operations, and government and community affairs.  

Mr. Seu also worked as a mechanical and environmental engineer in California and worked abroad in China before returning home to Hawai‘i. 

In addition to his work at HEI, Seu is a board member of the Electric Power Research Institute and the Edison Electric Institute. He is very active in the community, serving as board chair of Hale Kipa and as a board member of Teach for America-Hawai‘i and Partners in Development Foundation.  

Born and raised in Hawai‘i, he received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from Stanford University, and is a licensed mechanical engineer in the State of Hawai‘i.

1964年生まれ。東京大学経済学部卒業。1986年自治省入省、2001年総務省地方債課理事官から福島県庁へ。2006年副知事を経て、2014年11月から福島県知事に就任。

 東日本大震災、原発事故、度重なる自然災害からの復旧・復興と福島ならではの地方創生の実現、さらには新型コロナウイルスへの対応など、直面する課題に果敢にチャレンジするとともに、再生可能エネルギー先駆けの地を目指し、再生可能エネルギーの導入拡大や関連産業の集積、水素社会実現のモデル構築を進めるなど、福島を未来へつなぐ取組を続けている。

Versatile and strategic leader with over 18 years of experience in the Energy industry, Aya Kameda is currently the General Manager of Shell Energy Japan, where she leads Shell’s power trading and clean energy solutions in Japan. Prior to her current role, she was Shareholder Representative and Directors of four joint ventures in Brunei, overseeing Shell’s gas value chain business. She was also part of the Brunei Energy Transition decision review board for Shell, steering various new energy projects to be progressed in Brunei. Before moving to Asia, Ms. Kameda was the Governance and Economics Manager for a multi-billion-dollar LNG Canada project, which was the largest private sector investment and first LNG export project in Canada to be sanctioned. She was also the Business Advisor to Shell’s Executive Vice President of Upstream Americas Exploration, overseeing internal and external communication, strategy, and financial decisions supporting the EVP.

Ms. Kameda has a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Stanford University; and started her career as a Geophysicist in Houston, TX, before moving into more commercial roles. She has differentiated Shell as a company leading in diversity and inclusiveness-as President of Shell’s Asian Employee Network Group (2010-2011), she led 1000 constituents, and spoke at various community and media engagements / D&I conferences. Her passion is in leveraging diversity and bringing the competitive edge within the organization.  Her current passion is to bring women from Asia and the U.S. together for leadership in sustainability.

特別講演

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Aaron P. Forsberg began duty as Minister Counselor for Economic and Scientific Affairs at U.S. Embassy Tokyo on July 1, 2022.  Previously he served as Counselor for Trade and Economic Policy in Tokyo starting in August 2020 and he also served temporarily as U.S. Representative on the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization in Montreal in the autumn of 2021.  

Prior positions in Washington, DC included Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Aviation Negotiations in the State Department’s Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, 2017-2020, where he negotiated resolution of disputes and modern air transport agreements with Argentina, The Bahamas, Belize, Kazakhstan, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom (for after Brexit), among others.  Other assignments in Washington were Japan Desk Economic Unit Chief, Office of the Chief Economist Executive Assistant, and Indonesia/Timor-Leste Desk Officer.  He has served overseas at embassies in Baghdad, Bangkok, Doha, and Tokyo.  He speaks Japanese and French.  

Before joining the Foreign Service in 2001, Mr. Forsberg worked at a law firm in Tokyo, taught history in the University of Maryland system and researched U.S.-Japan relations, publishing America and the Japanese Miracle (2000) on Japan’s postwar economic revival.  Forsberg graduated with a B.A. in history from Whitman College in Washington State and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.   He is married and has one adult daughter.

Yukiko Sato oversees AWS Japan’s overall Commercial Sales Go-To-Market approach across large enterprises, digital native customers, independent software vendors, and small and medium-sized customers. She is also one of the spokespersons for Amazon / AWS sustainability initiatives, participating in multiple events. Prior to joining AWS in 2019, Ms. Sato worked for major technology companies such as Apple and Motorola. In her last position at Intel, she led the Automotive Global Account, managing all deliverables and strengthening executive relationships.

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