Dubai [UAE], December 1 (ANI/WAM): The Japanese pavilion at COP28 showcased sustainable options for a variety of local weather challenges, transportation sector, power and recycling.
Michihiro Kishimoto, Environment Strategy Director of the Global Environment Division at Hitachi, said, “Through our innovation, we aim to apply solutions in the transportation sector using a rapid charging technology for public transport buses in Japanese cities without relying on traditional energy sources, with charging times not exceeding two minutes.”Akihiko Nakano, President and CEO of SB Power, highlighted the event of a mechanism to scale back power consumption by a sensible software utilized by 3 million customers. The app constantly screens power consumption, encourages customers to take part in an power consumption problem, and rewards them with invaluable prizes to advertise optimistic behaviour in addressing power waste and conservation.
Masatoshi Furukawa, Programme Manager of the Circular Economy Business Team on the JGC Holding Corporation, defined the function of sustainable innovation in recycling processes. He offered a sustainable resolution at COP28 by introducing a system of chemical recycling know-how for supplies reminiscent of clothes and plastic containers. The supplies are chemically processed utilizing superior know-how and reused to fabricate new shopper merchandise. (ANI/WAM)