Japan

5g services

5G and IoT comes to enterprises in Japan

Nokia today announced that it is building out its strategic partnership ecosystem to bring local 5G/private wireless LTE to industrial and government...
Corporate EV

Japanese utility selects Driivz to enable the transition to e-mobility

Ennet Corporation has selected Driivz for the provision of smart EV charging services.
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The world’s largest single fleet of smart batteries

Moixa has announced that its GridShare smart software is optimising 100MWh of batteries across 10,000 homes in Japan. This is the largest single fleet of batteries under management in the world.
hydrogen

ABB to support Australia/Japan clean hydrogen transport pilot

ABB to deliver automation, electrification and instrumentation support for the landmark HESC project to safely and efficiently produce clean hydrogen in Australia and transport it to Japan.
array technologies

Total touts the development of the largest solar park in Japan

Total Solar International has kick-started the construction of the Miyagi Osato Solar Park in Japan.
ENERGY MARKET

TEPCO trials AI for predictive maintenance

AI and big data analytics will help Japan’s largest utility carry out maintenance of their infrastructure, reveals Innovation General Manager at TEPCO.
honda

Honda investment in batteries, storage

Moixa, a smart battery company has announced the completion of an £8.6 million funding round, as global investors led by Honda backed...
wind energy capacity

MoU to expand clean energy adoption in Japanese deregulated market

Tokyo Electric Power has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a clean energy firm to expand its renewable energy business.
analytics

US predictive energy intelligence to boost Japanese energy market

Innowatts will partner with ABeam Consulting to bring about new analytics and AI-enabled technology to Japan’s energy market
NEC Corporation

Tochigi Japan pilots LORAWAN-enabled smart gas meters

In Japan, Tochigi City is deploying a smart meter pilot for liquefied petroleum gas consumers.

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