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Developing Green Industries in Yokohama November 16, 2011 Takashi Komatsuzaki, Deputy Mayor, City of Yokohama 1 YOKOHAMA.

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1 Developing Green Industries in Yokohama November 16, 2011 Takashi Komatsuzaki, Deputy Mayor, City of Yokohama 1 YOKOHAMA

2 2 City of Yokohama  Pop. of 3.69 million : the second largest city in Japan  GDP of 12.7 trillion JPY (US$150 billion)  International port city: Celebrating the  152 th anniversary of the port opening  Rapid growth and urbanization Tokyo Na r ita Haneda Yokohama

3 3 YOKOHAMA Sudden Awakening

4 4 YOKOHAMA September 1st, 1923, the Great Kanto Earthquake, M 7.9 Areas destroyed by fire in the city center Most of the buildings in the Central Business District collapsed.

5 5 YOKOHAMA Devastated in the wake of major disasters

6 6 YOKOHAMA City of Yokohama’s Population Trend Population Households Population and # of Households in Yokohama

7 7 YOKOHAMA Urban Challenges: Rapid Urbanization and Pollution

8 8 YOKOHAMA Major Environmental Technology and Know-how

9 Efforts to Develop a Safe and Pleasant City 9 YOKOHAMA Introduce area heating and cooling systems Introduce renewable energy Legend Shared conduits Sections constructed Sections in use (end of FY2007) Shared wiring conduits Sections planned Area heating and cooling system Heat supply plant Heat conduit Heat conduit (planned) Cross-section diagram of the standard section of a shared conduit

10 Efforts to Create a Safe and Pleasant City 10 YOKOHAMA Introduce roof-top greenery Introduce community bicycles

11 11 Water Recycling Efforts Involving Both Water Supply and Sewage (2) Water treatment plants (4)Water reclamation center (3)Supply of clean and safe water (5)Release into rivers and the ocean (1)Manage sources of water 11 YOKOHAMA

12 Efforts to Create an Environment-friendly Water System Preserve and develop watershed protection forests Area of Doshi watershed protection forest: 2,873 ha (36% of the area of the village) Aggressively introduce renewable energy  Small-scale hydroelectric power generation, solar power generation Make the most of the natural flow of water and reduce power consumption  Doshi River system and Lake Sagami system Planned measures to stop leakage, etc. 12 YOKOHAMA

13 Gas-powered generationSludge incinerator fuel Sewage as a New Energy Resource 13 YOKHAMA Reclaimed water Digester gas / waste heat Heat from sewer, reclaimed water Water reclamation center (11 locations) Sludge recycling center (2 locations) Stream Sludge pipe Stadium (heating and cooling, water for toilets) Waste incinerator plant, etc. (purified non-drinking water)

14 Yokohama G30 plan Having set a target of reducing waste 30% in FY2010 (compared to FY2001), the City of Yokohama worked with residents and businesses on separating waste and recycling. Stopped collecting used paper that can be recycled Inspect garbage at incineration plants Introduced an award system for leading companies in waste reduction Provided guidance to companies and conducted on-site inspections Efforts to Reduce Waste Waste was reduced by more than 43%, exceeded the original target substantially. ( Especially, business waste was reduced more than 50%.) YOKOHAMA 14 (10,000 tons) Yokohama G30 Plan target 1.13 million tons Business waste Household waste (10,000 tons) Alian Hera “Mio”

15  Start the fight against global warming by reducing the volume of waste Reduce greenhouse gas emissions due to Yokohama’s processing of waste 10% or more by FY2013 (compared to FY2009) 50% or more by FY2025 (compared to FY2009)  Further challenge of the 3Rs Reduce total amount of waste and resources 3% or more by FY2013 (compared to FY2009) 10% or more by FY2025 (compared to FY2009)  Pursue peace of mind, safety, and stability related to processing waste Plan period: FY2010 – FY2025 The keyword is “slim”. Targets of the Yokohama 3R Dream Plan YOKOHAMA 15 Further Challenges for 3R Efforts to make further reductions than those in the G30 Plan “Yokohama 3R Dream” mascot “Io” Yokohama 3R Dream

16 16 YOKOHAMA YSCP Vision and Objectives As one of the largest cities in Japan, Yokohama aims to build the ”Next Generation Energy Infrastructure and Social System” that maximizes CO2 reduction in the forefront of innovation. The know-how will be leveraged to deploy abroad as a city-scale infrastructure package. Increasing need for energy security Economic development (green innovation) Cities as center of CO2 emissions Environmental Model City Ambitious CO2 reduction target (64,000t-CO2 by 2014) Export overseas as a city scale infrastructure package YSCP Vision and Objectives Assemble Advanced Knowledge, Build in Yokohama, Expand Abroad Expand Abroad Build in Yokohama Assemble Advanced Knowledge ・ Retrofit solution development ・ APEC2010 as touchstone for expansion to Asia-Pacific region

17 17 YOKOHAMA Efforts Related to Combating Global Warming and in the Field of Energy Yokohama Smart City Project (YSCP) YSCP is a system to support the major introduction of renewable energy and guarantee a stable supply of energy in the area even during emergencies. The packaged infrastructure as a city that makes use of this knowledge will be introduced overseas. Project Members City of Yokohama, Accenture, Tokyo Gas, Toshiba, Nissan Motor, Panasonic, Meidensha, Tokyo Electric Power Company, etc. Project Areas Minatomirai 21 Area, Kohoku New Town Area, Yokohama Green Valley Area (Kanazawa Ward), etc. Area Statistics Population 420,000 (approx. 170,000 households), Approx. 60 km 2 YSCP Master Plan (Overview)

18 18 YOKOHAMA YSCP Overview CEMS *3 HEMS *1 CEMS ( TOSHIBA ) EVs BEMS *4 SCADA *2 BEMS for Consolidation ( TOSHIBA ) Chargeable and Dischargeable EVs ( NISSAN, HITACHI, ORIX, ORIX Auto ) Smart BEMS ( TOSHIBA, Taisei ) BEMS for Office Buildings ( TOSHIBA, Marubeni ) BEMS for Commercial Buildings ( JGC ) Smart BEMS ( MeidenSHA, NEC ) Charging Stations ( JX-E ) SCADA ( TOSHIBA ) Supply and Demand Balancing Batteries ( TOSHIBA, HITACHI, MEIDENSYA, NEC ) HEMS for Detached Houses ( Panasonic ) HEMS for Detached Houses ( TOSHIBA ) HEMS for Apartments ( TOSHIBA, Mitsui Fudosan, JX-E ) HEMS for Company Dormitories ( TOKYO GAS, NTT-F, NTT Docomo ) Global Data Center ( NISSAN ) Information NW Battery for Users ( SONY, SHARP ) *1: Home Energy Management System *2: Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition system *3; Community Energy Management System *4: Building Energy Management System

19 YOKOHAMA 19 Ecological Cities as Economic Cities (Eco2 Cities) - Best Practices in Urban Development and Management- Yokohama was nominated by the World Bank as one of the first six Eco2 Cities, which display the best global practices for balance of ecological sustainable development and economic urban growth. Yokohama is highly evaluated for its various practices aiming to develop cities in harmony with the environment and the economy, such as for waste management (G30). The first Eco2 Cities international conference was held in Yokohama in October Other Eco2 Cities: Curitiba (Brazil), Stockholm (Sweden), Singapore, Brisbane (Australia), Auckland ( New Zealand)

20 Promotion of New International Contribution (What is Y-PORT?) Yokohama Partnership of Resources and Technologies Promotion of international contribution through public- private partnership utilizing Yokohama’s resources and technologies Support from national and government- related institutions Overseas development and technological capabilities of firms resident in the city Networks of knowhow and technologies of the City of Yokohama Y-PORT Project (Public-private partnership) Enhancement of competitiveness in overseas markets Overseas business development Urban infrastructure improvement in emerging countries is the problem-solving type market. It is essential to boost business chances by providing not simple products but solutions through combining technologies and knowhow of the public and private sectors. YOKOHAMA 20

21  Public-private partnership with firms resident in the city  Collaboration with national and related institutions  Collaboration with international institutions  Collaboration with partner cities  Talks with firms resident in the city (holding of forums and study sessions) Business Agreement on Environmental and Urban Infrastructure Projects with JBIC Comprehensive Collaboration Agreement with JFE Engineering Corporation Comprehensive Collaboration Agreement with JGC Corporation Approaches to Support Overseas Business Development of Firms Resident in Yokohama Comprehensive agreement with JICA (Oct., 25, 2011) YOKOHAMA 21

22 YOKOHAMA 22 Contact Us International Technical Cooperation Division City of Yokohama Website:

23 Hope to see you again soon in Yokohama!


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