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Environment and energy-related technologies business mission in Tokyo to enhance EU-Japan business collaboration

EU News 519/2013

EU Gateway Programme
12 December 2013

Some 40 environmental and energy-related EU companies will bring their technologies and products to Tokyo in February 2014 under the umbrella of the EU Gateway Programme, a business programme managed by the European Union.

The participants from the EU Member States will spend a week in Japan, where they will be briefed on the local Japanese market, visit sites of business interest, meet with industry representatives, participate in networking and business meetings, and partake in a two-day business exhibition.

Japanese visitors to the business exhibition will be able to meet and talk directly with representatives of the European companies and see sample products and technologies. A wide range of innovative products and technologies will be on display from such fields as energy saving and renewable energy-related products and technologies including wind turbines, photovoltaic installations, water treatment, biomass, monitoring, measurement systems and waste management technologies.

For a more detailed explanation of the companies and the products/technologies to be introduced, please visit the website:

The programme for the two-day Exhibition is as follows:

Date & Time: Tuesday 4 February 2014
Open 11:00-18:00 (Registration starts at 10:30)
Wednesday 5 February 2014
Open 10:00-17:00 (Registration starts at 09:30)
Venue: Hotel Hilton Tokyo, Kiku Room 4F
6-2, Nishi Shinjuku 6-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023
Admission: Free Admission (Prior registration is required)

Press Contact
EU Gateway Programme Office:
Titanilla Mátrai: 03 5228 0630

About the EU Gateway Programme
The “EU Gateway Programme” is a programme funded and managed by the European Union to support EU companies in developing business cooperation with Japanese companies. The Programme’s aim is to introduce companies from the EU Member States to Japan as well as providing opportunities for Japanese companies to gain first-hand knowledge of already successful products and technologies from EU companies, exchange information and engage in business discussions. For further details, please visit the website: