LCT OPTIONS FROM JAPAN
The following LCT databases provide comprehensive information on various LCTs and their suppliers.
Blue Sky Initiatives, Embassy of Japan
The Japan's Blue Sky Initiatives is comprised of a list of efforts implemented by Japanese public and private sectors in India to improve air pollution. The Embassy of Japan intends to further expand efforts under the Japan's Blue Sky Initiatives in cooperation with Japanese companies and organizations.
Green Technology Transfer
Green Technology Transfer (GTT) is a platform that facilitates transfer of low-carbon technologies (LCTs) from Japanese LCT manufacturers to end-users in countries of South Eastern Europe. GTT features the ‘Leading Low-carbon Technologies (L2-Tech) list’. The ‘L2-Tech certified product list’ is a list that includes more than 3000 Japanese technologies. The list has to be updated twice a year. The provisional translated version as of 13 Oct.2017 is available at the Green Technology Transfer Platform that is developed by The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC).
JAPANESE BUSINESS ALLIANCE FOR SMART ENERGY WORLDWIDE (JASE-WORLD)
The Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide (JASE-World) promotes overseas market development for excellent Japanese smart energy products and technologies (i.e., products and technologies for energy conservation and utilization of renewable energy) in public–private partnership.
KANSAI ECONOMIC FEDERATION (KANKEIREN)
The environmentally advanced region of Kansai, in Japan, has developed excellent environment-and energy-related technologies and products, which can bring great benefits to countries in Asia and elsewhere that are trying to promote both economic growth and environmental efforts.
UNIDO INVESTMENT AND TECHNOLOGY PROMOTION OFFICE, TOKYO
UNIDO’s Investment and Technology Promotion Office, Tokyo (UNIDO-ITPO) promotes foreign direct investment (FDI) and technology transfer from Japan to developing countries through various activities.