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Japan Solar + Energy Storage 2019

   28 - 29 Oct, 2019     

Osaka, Japan

SOLAR & STORAGE: UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL FOR THE PERFECT PARTNER

28-29 OCTOBER | HYATT REGENCY OSAKA

 

Japan Solar + Energy Storage 2019 is your gateway to Japan's Solar and energy storage market, providing an unparalleled opportunity to share experiences, guide policies and develop strategies to strengthen the sector’s performance and support sustainable development.

Event Overview

Japan Solar + Energy Storage is the large-scale change and business networking platform between public and private stakeholders in the Japanese solar value chain. Aiming to lay the groundwork for the development, investment, and partnership across all industrial peers, the event brings together 800+ Participants, 70+ Speakers, 100+ Gov/Utility/Developer/Investor/EPCs, 20+ Consulting companies and other third-party associates.

 

Market Overview

According to the “Long-term Energy Supply and Demand Outlook” (Energy Outlook) published by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in 2015, the cumulative installed PV capacity in 2030 will be 64 GW AC (75 GW DC). This target will likely be revised in 2021.

Highlight

  • Co-located with Japan Wind Energy 2019

  • New Partnership Opportunities with Governments & Developers

  • Solar Power Investment Guideline in Japan Solar + Energy Storage

  • Floating Solar (FPV) and Smart Girds

  • Trends of Solar + Energy Storage and Project Partnering Opportunities

800+

​Attendees representing the industry value chain

30+

Sponsors and partners

18+

Hours of networking

70+

​Leading experts on stage

2018 Edition

POST SHOW REPORT

​White Paper

White Paper: Solar Market in Japan

Japan is the third-largest cumulative solar PV capacity in the world with 56 GW, which was 11% of globally total solar PV capacity in 2018. One of the main reasons why Japanese solar energy grows fast attribute to implement a Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) scheme in 2012. Japanese solar PV installed capacity reached a peak at 10.8 GW in 2015 and then gradually descend until 2024. However, JEPA estimates Japanese annual solar PV installed capacity will slightly rise after 2024, which is the result of lower LCOE and more massive grid load.

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White Paper: Solar Bankability in Japan

This report will discuss some factors which influence solar bankability in Japan. Firstly, this article introduces the significance of solar module suppliers and provides ranking lists. Secondly, varied types of technical risks in solar farms will be discussed in this part and give the overall cost of repair or substitution and loss of missing production. Thirdly, this report will expound the LCOE sensitivity ranking and thereafter interpret the importance of P50/P90 values. In the final part, this report mainly describes the lowest financing cost approach in green finance.

Key Topics

  • Japan Solar 2030 - Policy, Development & Challenge

 

  • The Future of Solar + Energy Storage Development

  • Challenges in Financing Sustainable and Profitable Renewable Projects in Japan

 

  • The Rising Tide of Japan Floating Solar

  • Technical Innovation to Encourage the Deployment of ESS

 

  • The Smart Guide for Japanese Asset Management

  • Improving Solar Assets’ Financial and Operational Performance with Advanced O&M Solutions

  • Smart Grid & Battery Energy Storage

  • Risk Mitigation in Developing Renewable Energy Projects

 

SPEAKERS

 

Shoji Misawa

Managing Director

ORIX Corporation

Soichiro Nakamura

President & CEO

LOOOP

Toru Inoue

Head Structured Finance

Goldman Sachs

Mamoru Takahashi

President & CEO

Takara Asset Management

José Antonio Millán Ruano

Chief M&A and Commercial Officer

Univergy Solar

Cathleen Maleenont

 CEO

Thai Solar Energy

Henry Luo

Co-Founder and CEO

Uper Energy

Martin Tengler

Associate - Japan

BloombergNEF

Olaf de Swart

Co-Founder

SolarDuck

Richard Matsui

 CEO

kWh analytics

Stefan Robertsson

Principal

The Lantau Group

Jung Min Pak

Partner

Lee & Ko

Kiyohiko Fukuma

Head of Project Management

RENOVA

Kiyoharu Tsukada

Manager

Tokyo Century

Kiyoshi Doi

Executive Officer

Japan Renewable Energy

Yasuyo Yamazaki

 President & CEO

Kuni Umi Asset Management

Michael Schrempp

Head of Green Tech Solutions

 Munich Re

Kazuhisa Yurita

Chief Strategy Officer

OREM

Dany Qian

Global Vice President

Jinko Solar

Albert Carrera

 Regional Manager - APAC

GreenPowerMonitor

Giora Salita

EVP Business Development and M&A

Etrion

Michael Schrempp

Operations & Maintenance Manager

Saferay

Wataru Shima

 CEO

Banpu Power Japan