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2012-05-14

Haneda International Airport

As Haneda International Airport underwent expansion and re-internationalization in 2010, there is ongoing expectations of its possibilities as a gateway for Asia.

From Kawasaki to the Future, Delivering New Environmental Technologies to Future Generations

Found at the core of the Keihin Industrial Zone, Kawasaki City has helped spur on Japan's industrial development and has overcome many challenges of pollution in the past. In addition, the area continues to grow into a city of advanced technology as it accumulates high-tech companies, as well as research and development organizations. In command of its experiences and technical capabilities, the city is creating systems and new technology to preserve the environment as it works to share this information across the globe.

The promotion of technology transfers through international organizations, such as UNEP and UNIDO

The "Kawasaki International ECO-Tech Fair" introduces environmental technology to the world

Kawasaki Internatio-nal ECO-Tech Fair 2010

The promotion of technology transfers through international organizations, such as UNEP and UNIDO

Developing Technologies in Kawasaki that Protect the Environment

Eliica

Electric Vehicle "Eliica"
This electric vehicle was developed and introduced by the Keio University K2 Town Campus. It has the capability to run for approx. 100 km on 100 yen of electricity.

Chemical Recycle

Chemical Recycle
“Pet Refine Technology Inc.”; a plant that recycles used PET bottles, by means of chemical processing, into new PET bottles of the same quality as those made from petroleum.

Solar Power Plant

Kawasaki Mega Solar Power Generation Plant
Some of the largest mega solar power plants in Japan, Ukishima and Ogishima, situated along the coastal area of the City started operation in 2011.