Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
As Smarter City and Urban Revitalization projects take off in Japan, Nikkei BP announces “Smart City Week 2012” in Yokohama will be the perfect opportunity to familiarize with current events, meet firms and individuals involved, and discover opportunities for you and your firm.
Pre-register here to have entrance fee waived.
Also, pre-register here for various conferences during the event.
Uptick in Japan's Energy Related Business in 2013
Following the triple disaster of March 11, 2011, Japan is experiencing a true renaissance in energy efficiency. World class mega solar, wind and other renewable energy projects are set to begin in earnest from 2013 and firms across the globe are keeping a close eye on Japan-based developments. With over 24,000 participants at the first meet last year, Smart City Week 2012 in Yokohama Japan will be the place to network and learn about current smart city activity in Japan.
Smart City Week 2012 in Yokohama will be held from October 29 to November 2. The exhibition segment of this international conference will be held from October 31 to November 2 and based on last year's outstanding participation, the venue is slated to fill with the top decision makers, business people and experts in anything Smart City. Special days of an International Conferences are planned for October 30 through November 2 and these will bring together experts from around the world to discover pressing issues of urban revitalization.
Revitalization Reports from Fukushima Prefecture and New Orleans, Louisiana
Entitled "What Town Creation can Learn from the Recovery" this seminar features updates and reports from Fukushima Prefecture's Minami Soma City Mayor, Nobutaka Sakurai. Mayor Sakurai will describe the city's current situation and how they are implementing a unique recovery model. He will also discuss the current state of infrastructure development and decontamination operations. MIT Professor Shun Kanda, who uses up to date video to relate the recovery support activities taking place in MinamiSanriku Town in Miyagi Prefecture, will also present on Community Recovery and another meaningful presentation will be given by CIO City of New Orleans, Allen L. Square Jr. entitled "Rebirth of the Megatropolis".
Entire Program Focuses on New and Growing Smart City Industry
The entire program at Smart City Week 2012 is focused on infrastructure, renewable energy, real estate, construction, city planning, smarter grid, communication and much more. Many of the key conferences are free of charge but do require pre-registration. Interested parties are encouraged to act quickly as conference venue seating is limited. The exhibition space will also be an excellent opportunity to network with a learn from some of Japan's top players in the Smart City industry set to drive Japan into a new, efficient and environmentally friendly future.
Join the world at Smart City Week 2012 in Yokohama, Japan and discovery how Smart City can offer both opportunity and growth to you and your firm.
Ruth Jarman Shiraishi
Jarman International KK
9-1-7 Akasaka, Minato-ku Tokyo Japan
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