Event Start:
10/09/19 13:50
Event End:
10/09/19 18:30
Baker McKenzie, ARK Hills Sengokuyama Mori Tower 1-9-10, Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo 106-0032
Event Summary:

IPFA Japan: Tokyo: The Outlook for Energy Resource Aggregation Business in Japan

In the midst of power market reform and the movement towards subsidy-free renewable energy, Energy Resource Aggregation Business (“ERAB”) including battery energy storage systems and virtual power plants, are expected to become the key drivers of growth in the energy market in Japan. The session is focused on ERAB, featuring an overview and outlook on the market and regulation, and the initiatives that leading players in the market are pursuing in Japan and overseas.

The event will be in English and Japanese.



1.40pm Registration

2.20pm Welcome & Introduction
Takuji Watanabe , Japan Country Head, Senior Managing Director , Macquarie Group Japan

2.30pm Introduction from Baker McKenzie
Naoaki Eguchi, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

2.40pm Keynote Presentation
Yasuhiro Sakuma, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

3.00pm Presentation
Isao Hasegawa, Mitsubishi Research Institute

3.20pm Coffee Break

3.30pm Presentation
Shinji Asakura, Country Manager, Tesla Motor Japan

3.50pm Presentation
Nick Carter, Senior Vice President, Macquarie Capital

4.10pm Presentation
Hiroshi Okamoto, Executive Vice President, TEPCO Power Grid

4.30pm Coffee Break

4.40pm Panel Discussion
Moderator: Nick Carter, Senior Vice President, Macquarie Capital
Isao Hasegawa, Mitsubishi Research Institute
Hiroshi Okamoto, Executive Vice President, TEPCO Power Grid
Shinji Asakura, Country Manager, Energy Products, Tesla Motor Japan
Masahiro Tanabe, Counsel, Baker & McKenzie

5.15pm Question & Answer Session

5.20pm Closing Remarks & IPFA Update
Name, Job Title, Company

5.25pm Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by Macquarie with support from Baker McKenzie


Baker & McKenzie (Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise)

Macquarie Capital Securities (Japan) Limited


No fees found
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