The esk vodka mission went to Japan and presented itself at the Fuel Cell Expo

The esk vodka mission went to Japan and presented itself at the Fuel Cell Expo
The esk vodka mission went to Japan and presented itself at the Fuel Cell Expo

The first two days were spent on tours of vodka clusters in Yamanai and Fukuima prefectures managed by the Organization for the Development of Energy and Industrial Technologies (NEDO). Fukuima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R) is a hydrogen experimental center, it is the result of the Japanese government’s efforts to revitalize the area affected by the tsunami in 2011. It is the first production of green hydrogen in the world with an installed capacity of 10 MW alkaline electrolyzer. The produced green vodka is used in the surrounding industrial enterprises and transport. Jamanai Hydrogen Company operates a demonstration center for the production of green vodka with a capacity of 1.5 MW, which is used for the production of electricity and heat near the Hitachi companies and the Ognio supermarket. Both plants in Yamanai and Fukui are powered by solar power plants and are unique in the world due to their size.

From Wednesday to Friday, Czech companies presented themselves at the Czech national stand at the Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo as part of World Smart Energy Week, where around 380 exhibitors presented technological solutions for the production of safe energy and decarbonization for a total of 30,000 households. The esk vodka platform (HYTEP) and the Technology Center of the Charles University were presented on the wall. The Czech site was ceremonially opened in the presence of the representative of the R Embassy in Tokyo, economic diplomat Ondej Svoboda.

The meeting took place in the course of the week with one Mr. Petr Mervart, deputy minister of industry and trade for vodka technology. Accompanied by representatives of the embassy, ​​discussions took place at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), the Japan Vodka Association (JH2A), NEDO and at the Toyota Motor Corporation, with the aim of presenting the Czech national vodka strategy approved by the R government last year and exploring the possibility future Czech-Japanese cooperation.

As the members of the mission could see, Japan is at the forefront of developing vodka technologies and putting them into practice. However, during the whole week it became clear that even women in some selected areas have something to offer, and that is why she was initially interested. Cooperation in this area is very promising, because Japan is fulfilling the vision of vodka society in Germany and the commitment to decarbonization by 2050 to invest significantly in the further development of vodka technologies in the framework of the green innovation fund. He estimates that this market will continue to expand and reach JPY 1 trillion (EUR 8 billion) in 2030 and JPY 8 trillion (EUR 65 billion) by 2050.

The article is in Czech


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