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Priority Project Tour Renewable Energy Tour | SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024

This tour involves visits to exhibitions showcasing renewable energy projects by seven companies.

Umi-no-Mori Area

Priority Project Tour
Renewable Energy Tour

5/13(Mon)-5/17(Fri)
5/20(Mon)-5/21(Tue)

Priority Project Tour Renewable Energy Tour image

This tour involves visits to exhibitions showcasing renewable energy projects by seven companies.

*This activity is free of charge. Advanced reservations are typically required. To reserve your spot, click on the “Tap Here for Reservation” icon. A limited number of walk-in participants will be accepted.。
*Each tour has a maximum capacity of 30 participants.
*In Case of Bad Weather: If bad weather is forecast the day before, we will provide notification of any cancellation on that day. If cancellation occurs on the day of the event, we will inform those with reservations via their registered email and the event’s official social media channels. On rainy days, visitors are welcome to freely explore indoor exhibitions.

Two tours on weekdays ①11:30~12:30 ②14:00~15:00

  • Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd. image

    Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd.

    This section showcases three floating systems for solar panels that have been adopted by the project.

  • Mitaka Kohki Co., Ltd. image

    Mitaka Kohki Co., Ltd.

    This section showcases a wind power generator with multilevel converter configurations and an off-grid energy system.

  • Challenergy Inc. image

    Challenergy Inc.

    This section features a portable wind power generator that can be transported to different locations for installation.

  • TOKYU LAND CORPORATION image

    TOKYU LAND CORPORATION

    This section highlights an initiative to supply electricity generated by solar panels floating on seawater to some of the electric mobility modes.

  • TOA ROAD CORPORATION image

    TOA ROAD CORPORATION

    This section showcases demonstrations of solar panels that can be attached to road surfaces, along with a recharging spot that utilizes the generated electricity.

  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. image

    Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.

    This section highlights a system that harnesses the Tokyo Bay winds to generate hydrogen aboard the hydrogen ship Winds Maru. The hydrogen is then converted into methylcyclohexane (MCH), a hydrogen carrier, on board, and subsequently transported ashore for supply.

  • Aonbarr inc. image

    Aonbarr inc.

    This section introduces a demonstration project aimed at producing “green” hydrogen from seawater.​