Industrial waste heat utilisation in Japan
- 場所: Japan
Market fact-finding mission and expert workshop on industrial waste heat utilisation
Due to the continuing spread of the corona virus, the market reconnaissance trip to Japan was postponed to 26-30 October 2020.
Climate protection through industrial waste heat utilisation
- Market reconnaissance trip to Japan with expert workshop on October 26-30, 2020 -
The use of industrial waste heat to provide process heat or electricity increases energy efficiency in production and is an innovative key technology for the realization of a sustainable industry. At the same time, a significant increase in energy efficiency is crucial for achieving climate protection goals.
In particular, the potential of industrial waste heat has so far received little attention and has been little used in Japan. However, there is growing interest on the part of the Japanese government to make increasing use of waste heat as part of the expansion of climate protection measures.
Within the scope of a 5-day market exploration trip to Japan and a German-Japanese expert workshop, companies and institutes have the opportunity to
- to receive first-hand information on the general conditions, the state of the technology, the market situation and competitors and projects
- to identify cooperation and business opportunities in the field of industrial waste heat utilisation.
Date: 26. - 30. October 2020
Companies, associations, research institutes; the number of participants is limited.
The market exploratory trip is funded by the Export Initiative Environmental Protection Technologies of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.
The only exception to this funding is the individual travel and transport costs for the participants (flight, hotel, transfers, meals, etc.).
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Beck
Fax: +49 (0)541 911909 – 99