JAIMA: “Carbon Neutral Society and Biomass Energy” Symposium information (held in Thailand)
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (JAIMA, address: 2-5-16 Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0054, President: Masayuki Adachi/President of Horiba, Ltd.) will be holding a symposium on the theme of “Carbon Neutral Society and Biomass Energy'' in Bangkok, Thailand.
Rising energy prices and shortages of energy sources are major challenges facing modern society, which has been actively working towards realizing a carbon-neutral society while maintaining economic growth. Therefore, JAIMA has decided to hold a symposium on this theme with the cooperation of Japanese and Thailand research institutes, governments, and related companies.
|Theme:||“Carbon Neutral Society and Biomass Energy”|
|Date & Time:|
Best Western Nada Don Mueang Airport Hotel (Bangkok, Thailand venue)
|Holding method:||Conference room at Best Western Nada Don Mueang Airport Hotel and connection by ZOOM.|
|Participation fee:||Free (lunch and coffee/drink will be provided)|
|Application for participation:||Please apply for participation from the Application Form below.|
|Cooperation:||JASTIP Japan-ASEAN Science, Technology and Innovation Platform / NEDO New Energy and Industrial Technology Surgery Research Organization / NSTDA Thailand National Science and Technology Development Agency, ENTEC National Energy Technology Center / TISTR Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research / JST Science and Technology Development / METI-KANSAI Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry / JEMIMA Japan Electric Measuring Instruments Manufacturer’s Association / Embassy of Japan in Thailand / TPA Technology Promotion Association (Thailand-Japan) / JTECS Japan-Thailand Economic Cooperation Society / Thammasat University / VISTEC|
|Greetings||JAIMA, Embassy of Japan in Thailand and TPA|
|Keynote speech||Carbon Neutrality and Biomass Energy policy in Thailand and in Japan by NSTDA/ ENTEC and NEDO|
JAIMA Dr. Naoki Hamada