State of Green’s newest webportal www.stateofgreen.jp was officially launched in an event earlier today in Tokyo. More than 100 representatives attented the introduction to the new webportal and learned about the ideas behind the project.
Every year, several Japanese delegations visit Denmark, and they return inspired with new ideas for a greener future. The webportal contains a number of examples of Danish technology and Danish solutions, which can be used in a Japanese context. As a result, the solutions found on www.stateofgreen.jp may help Japanese stakeholders to meet their challenges.
The webportal is an introduction to green Danish strongholds within the fields of energy, climate, water and environment.
Among some of the Danish stakeholders that already have a Japanese profile are companies like Grundfos, Vestas, SSP Technology, Velux, Mita-Teknik, Kirt Thomsen and Logster. Connected to each profile are a number of green solutions, developed and offered by the individual stakeholders.
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The webportal is the result of a collaborative project between the Embassy of Denmark in Japan, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP) and State of Green. The webportal serves as the one-stop-shop for information about green Danish companies and their products, technologies and solutions in Japanese. As a result, the webportal is a great platform for Danish companies, institutions and organsations to connect with interested Japanese stakeholders and potential business opportunities and vice versa and we hope that www.stateofgreen.jp can serve as an inspiration and further cooperation between Denmark and Japan.