Harnessing New Thinking, New Concepts, and New Ambitions, to Transform Japan's Energy Landscape

The Climatetech Zone provides a unique platform for startups, entrepreneurs, and industry executives to explore cutting-edge ideas and innovations that will help drive climate mitigation and Japan’s energy transition.

Industry pioneers, entrepreneurs and innovators are a key part of the solution towards a low carbon economy. Featuring two key components – the free-to-attend Climatetech Theatre and Startup Zone – the Climatetech Zone offers insightful masterclasses and networking opportunities to broaden the understanding of the role of climate technology and innovation in creating a sustainable, secure and affordable energy ecosystem.

The Climatetech Zone will also host the Technical Conference, which provides industry professionals across the energy value chain with an opportunity to share innovations and inspiring visions that can expedite net-zero ambitions and facilitate Japan’s energy transition to a sustainable future.

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Shaping the New Energy Map at the Climatetech Theatre

The Climatetech Theatre is a presentation stage designed todiscover climate solutions and cultivate deeper understanding of the energy industry, in pursuit of a sustainable tomorrow.

Startup Zone

Hosted within the Climatetech Zone, the Startup Zone features individual pods for startups to promote themselves, alongside market leaders in the industry, and engage in meaningful discussions with potential customers, partners and investors across the energy sector.


Climatetech Theatre

A line-up of knowledge sessions by seasoned industry experts focusing on important topics across the energy value chain including carbon management, electric vehicles, and more.


This event is a very good platform to gather information on what’s really happening in the region, what are the needs for the next year for people in the industry to act, but also it’s a great networking event because lots of discussion are taking place behind the scenes.

Magdalena Osumi

Clean Energy Researcher
Japan NRG