NEDO Silicon Valley News Vol. 8
Date: November 18, 2015
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NEDO Silicon Valley News Vol. 8

Chief Representative Go Takizawa Delivers Presentation at Stanford University

NEDO Silicon Valley Office Chief Representative Go Takizawa delivered a presentation at Stanford University’s International Partnerships for Advanced Intelligent Systems class. The session, “Revolutionizing Our Energy Future: Joint International Smart Grid Demonstration Projects by NEDO,” highlighted the energy industry’s transformation brought on by large scale deployment of renewable energy and smart grid technologies. Mr. Takizawa discussed the significance of international collaboration in developing the future grid and showcased the important contributions NEDO is achieving through its U.S. Smart Grid Demonstration Projects in New Mexico, Hawaii, and California.

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Information about the session can be found at: http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=6124

View the recording of the presentation below.

 

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As Japan’s largest public R&D management organization, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) promotes research and development of energy, environmental and industrial technologies.  With approximately 1.5 billion dollar annual budget, its activities range from robotics, to machinery systems, electronics, materials, nanotech, energy conservation, renewable energy, smart community, environmental technologies, and more. NEDO’s activities also include international smart community demonstration projects such as those in New Mexico and Hawaii.  

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