World Smart Energy Week 2017, Tokyo, Japan

Date: March 01-03, 2017
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Target Audience: Clean Technologies sector organizations
Sector: Sustainable Technologies

Program

1. World Smart Energy Week overview

World Smart Energy Week is an annual event and one of the world's largest international Clean Technologies / Renewable Energy trade shows.  In 2017, it will take place from March 1st to the 3rd at Tokyo Big Sight in Tokyo.  It includes exhibitions, conferences and B to B meetings covering a wide range of cutting-edge products & technologies from various energy sub­sectors.  In 2016, it attracted 1,513 exhibitors from across the globe and the number of the visitors was 63420.  It consists of the following nine Sustainable Technologies-related exhibitions. 
 Photovoltaic (PV)

  1. PV systems
  2. Wind
  3. Smart Grid
  4. Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
  5. Batteries
  6. Energy Liberalization Japan
  7. Biomass
  8. Next Generation Thermal Power

2. Canada Booth

The Embassy of Canada to Japan will be participating in the World Smart Energy Week 2017 and will host a Canada booth to support Canadian Clean Technologies organizations.  Participating organizations can expect:

1. One poster installation;

2. Shared space within the Canada booth for B2B meetings;

3. Shared interpreters (English and Japanese);

4. On-site logistics support;

5. B to B meetings arrangements;

6. Company overview published in the World Smart Energy Week website.


Why your organization should participate:

  • Compare your product/service with international competitors
  • Increase visibility of your product or service
  • Meet innovation collaborators or industrial R&D partners
  • Meet key commercial entities, industry players, and potential buyers, investors and/or partners
  • Participate in pre-organized business to business meetings
  • Pitch your product /service to selected audiences
  • Receive on-the-ground assistance from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
  • This event offers an excellent opportunity for Canadian clients to identify business and market opportunities, establish commercial and innovation partnerships and seek investment in a wide range of Clean Technologies related sub-sectors. This is a multi-post initiative, as other Asia-Region Trade Commissioners will also be bringing in large delegations from their respective countries that have an interest in the Canadian market. Canadian clients will have the opportunity to interact with not only Japanese, but also other Asia-Region potential partners.

Trade Commissioner(s) involvement:

Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Service

  • Business-to-business meetings
  • Export Café (individual meetings with Trade Commissioners from different international markets)
  • Pavilion/exhibit
  • Product pitch to select audiences

The Trade Commissioner, sanae.yonemichi@international.gc.ca, is specializing in the Clean Technology sector for the Japan market and can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.


More information

http://www.wsew.jp/en/Home/