Jiangnan Environmental Protection Group Inc. and Japanese IGES held Technical Communication
--IGES is willing to promote and apply Jiangnan Environmental Protection Technology in Japan
In the afternoon of December 20, 2017, Jiangnan Environmental Protection Group Inc. held a technical communication conference with Japanese delegates from Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Japan Environmental Technology Association (JETA), and Japan Fukuoka Prefectural Government Environmental Policy Division at Jin Ling Jing Yuan hotel in Nanjing. Jiangnan Environmental Protection Group Inc. introduced the characteristics and advantages of Efficient Ammonia Based Desulfurization (EADS) technology. Also, they shared the opinions of implementing this technology in Japan market and their prospects of the development. EADS technology had won the warm response and consistent high praise from Japanese delegates. The major attendees were Hideaki Koyanagi (the Director of IGES Beijing branch), Huang Jian ( the Researcher of IGES Beijing branch), Dai Shiota (the Assistant Chief of Japan Fukuoka Prefectural Government Environmental Policy Division), Takeshi Kobayashi ( the Chairman of Overseas Committee of Japan Environmental Technology Association), Kuniaki Suzuki (Chief, Managing Director of Japan Environmental Technology Association) etc. The attendees of Jiangnan Environmental Protection Co., Ltd. were Mr. Yuan, Min (Executive Vice president), Mr. Chen, Chuanwen (Vice President), etc. This meeting was organized by the Jiangsu International Environmental Development Center of the Provincial Environmental Protection Office and the Director, Liu, Ming held the meeting.
Mr. Hideaki Koyanagi (the Director of IGES Beijing branch) introduced the circumstance of Japanese market. He said that Japanese government approved 45 new coal-fired power plant projects after the Fukushima nuclear leak happened. The existing emission regulation in Japan is not as strict as in China. According to the new situation, Japanese government gets updates of Chinese ultra-low emissions work progress from him. Japanese government prefers to promote a more strict emission regulation especially on the aspects of DeNOx and dust removal. Jiangnan’s EADS technology was praised by Mr. Hideaki Koyanagi for the high SO2 removal efficiency, excellent economic efficiency, no CO2 emission, no discharge of wastes and integrated DeSOx and dust removal technology. These significant advantages were considered as the key solutions for Japan new coal-fired power plant to meet environmental protection requirement and social pressure. Mr. Hideaki Koyanagi said JNEP’s EADS technology complies the needs of current market and is very promising. EADS technology would have unexpected huge market in Japan after the new regulations issued.
Mr Yuan, Min (Executive Vice president) expressed appreciation for Hideaki Koyanagi and other delegates’ praise of EADS technology. He said that EADS technology could help Japanese government solving the emission pollution problems caused by coal-fired plants and meet strict emission regulation. At the same time, EADS technology could substantially lower the environmental protection operating cost. This is an advanced solution that could achieve win-win results for the environment, government, people and enterprises. Hideaki Koyanagi highly agreed with this and stated that Japan had recommended advanced environmental technology to China in the past but this is the first time that a Chinese environmental group promoting the Chinese advanced technology. As the high speed development of Chinese environmental protection technology, he is willing to recommend advanced Chinese technology such as JNEP’s EADS technology to Japan.
Both sides expressed their willingness to further deepen their understanding and cooperating.
IGES is an international research institution established under the initiative of the Japanese government. It was established in 1998 to achieve sustainable development in the Asia-pacific region and to conduct practical and innovative environmental policy research. In June 2009, IGES was designated as an important bridge for environmental cooperation between China and Japan in the MOU signed by the environment ministers of China and Japan. IGES has promoted a large number of China-Japan environmental cooperation projects in China.