TOURS

Tour 1 (Tokyo A) : Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Facilities in Tokyo

Site Koto-ku, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Date Thursday, June 6
Time 13:30- 18:00
13:30 departure from Tokyo International Forum
Approximate 18:00 arrival back to Tokyo International Forum
Cost JPY 8,000 per person
Inclusion Lunch is NOT included.
Capacity 40 delegates maximum

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Facilities in Tokyo

Iwatani Hydrogen Refueling Station Tokyo Ariake uses a "cryogenic hydrogen pump system" that compresses liquid hydrogen to cope with heavy duty vehicles such as fuel cell buses (FC buses). Iwatani HRS Tokyo Ariake has the ability to fill up 4 buses (or 16 cars) per one hour.

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Facilities in Tokyo

The Environmental Energy Innovation (EEI) Building incorporates the latest environmental energy technology, making the building unlike any other in the world. The EEI Building is designed with an energy system that is nearly self-sufficient at producing the electricity it consumes, and has reduced its carbon dioxide emissions, the cause of global warming, by more than 60 percent. There are two reasons the building can reduce the volume of carbon dioxide emissions and generate power to cover the building's own consumption.

Tour 2 (Tokyo B) : Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Facilities in Kawasaki

Site Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Date Thursday, June 6
Time 13:30 – 17:40
13:30 departure from Tokyo International Forum
Approximate 17:40 arrival back to Tokyo International Forum
Cost JPY 8,000 per person
Inclusion Lunch is NOT included.
Capacity 40 delegates maximum

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Facilities in Kawasaki

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Facilities in Kawasaki

The Ministry of the Environment (MOE) leads a 5-year demonstration project of low-carbon hydrogen supply chain with Showa Denko K.K. from FY2015. In this project, hydrogen is produced from plastic waste collected by cities, and used in two different ways. Firstly, the hydrogen is supplied to a pure hydrogen fuel cell in Kawasaki city coastal area through hydrogen pipelines. Using the hydrogen, the fuel cell supplies electricity and heat to Kawasaki King Skyfront Tokyu REI Hotel. Secondly, the hydrogen is transported to a hydrogen refueling station for FCVs in Tokyo by compressed hydrogen tube trailer.

Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST (FREA)

Site Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture
Date Friday, June 7
Time 1:30pm - 4:00pm
12:30pm departure from Koriyama Station
Approximate 5:00pm arrival back to Koriyama Station
Cost JPY 8,000
Inclusion Return bus transfers between Koriyama Station to FREA.
Lunch is NOT included. Transportation cost from Tokyo to Koriyama are NOT included.
Please note that participants will be expected to fund and make their way to transport from Tokyo to Koriyama Station. The details will be described later.
Capacity 80 delegates maximum

Short/Extended Abstract Submission

In April 2014, three years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST (FREA) was established in Koriyama city of Fukushima. As a part of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), FREA aims to be a global innovation hub concerning renewable energy, through ground-breaking technologies from Fukushima. FREA promotes research and demonstration on integration technology, hydrogen energy carrier, hydrogen energy systems and heat utilization, wind turbine technology, PV modules, and geothermal energy technology, in order to solve today's issues on renewable energy and accelerate its large-scale diffusion.

University of Yamanashi & Yume Solar Hall Yamanashi at Komekura-yama

Site Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture
Date Friday, June 7
Time Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
9:30am departure from Tokyo International Forum
Approximate 7:00pm arrival back to Tokyo International Forum
Cost JPY 15,000 per person
Inclusion Return bus transfers, a lunch box
Capacity 40 delegates maximum

Short/Extended Abstract Submission

The Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center is a R&D research center for the purpose of contributing to the actual proliferation of fuel cells build by University of Yamanashi in 2008. University of Yamanashi has actively investigated developing fuel cell technologies since 1970's. The Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center is sincerely working to create innovative, fruitful research achievements, and at the same time, to develop human resources, both researchers and engineers.
Yume Solar Hall Yamanashi is the demonstration facility founded by Yamanashi prefecture in 2012 on Komekura-yama mountain, which was installed the 10,000 kW of PV, the next generation flywheel energy storage system, the improved nickel-metal hydride storage system, the power to gas system, and the geothermal heat pump system. Here you can see the leading-edge renewable energy storage systems.

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Facilities in Kyushu University Ito Campus

Site Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Date Friday, June 7
Time 10:00am - 3:30pm
9:00am departure from Hakata Station
Approximate 5:00pm arrival back to Hakata Station or Fukuoka Airport
Cost JPY 5,000 per person
Inclusion Lunch is included. Accommodation fee and transportation cost from Tokyo to Fukuoka are NOT included.
Please note that participants will be expected to fund and make their way to transport from Tokyo to Hakata Station. We strongly recommend participants to spend the night of Thursday, June 6, at Fukuoka, ahead the tour. The details will be described later.
Capacity 20 delegates maximum

Short/Extended Abstract Submission

Kyushu University has focused on issues related to energy and climate change in recent years and made an effort to become a research and education hub for hydrogen research, to accelerate practical application of the ultimate clean energy, hydrogen. The outstanding research centers, International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Research Center for Hydrogen Industrial Use and Storage (HYDROGENIUS), IInternational Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (I2CNER), and Next-Generation Fuel Cell Research Center (NEXT-FC), have been established at the Ito campus of Kyushu University in the suburb of Fukuoka City. These institutes cover a broad range of technologies related to hydrogen energy, fuel cells, production and storage of hydrogen, hydrogen compatible materials, as well as fundamental research on the hydrogen energy.