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“Fukushima Renewable Future Fund” Launching Symposium (3/9)

160309_FukushimaSymposium_EnFive years after the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, “Fukushima Renewable Future Fund” is launched in order to create a future of Fukushima. In commemoration of the launcing of the fund, we will hold a symposium where Mr. Junichiro Koizumi, the former prime minister of Japan, will deliver a keynote speech. We are waiting for all of you to attend this symposium.

Event overview

  • Date
    Wednesday, 9 March, 2016 at 13:30 to 17:00 (12:30 open)
    * The official language is Japanese (no English translation available)
  • Site
    Fukushima City Kokaidou (public hall)
    (Address : 1-7, Matsukicho, Fukushima City, Fukushima, 960-8018)
  • Fee
    ¥1,000 (Please pay on the day at reception.)
  • Registration
    Please make registration in advance in any of ways listed below (first come, first served 1,000 seats):
    Registration form (in Japanese)
    ・FAX 03-5942-8938  (Please include your name, contact number, address)
    ・E-mail   fukushima.re.fund@gmail.com (Please include your name, contact number, address)
    ・Phone +81 3-5942-8937 (Please tell your name, contact number, address)
  • Donation
    We will also accept your donation on the day of this event. If you kindly give us donation more than ¥5,000, you can attend on a free of fee. Also, we will list you as a Fukushima Renewable Future Fund supporter and send you activity report on a regular basis.
  • Organizer
    Fukushima Renewable Future Fund
  • Co-organizers
    Japan Community Power Association
    Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies
  • Support
    Royal Danish Embassy Japan, Reconstruction Agency (Fukushima Department), Fukushima City, Okuma Town, Katsurao Village, Iidate Village, Kawauchi Village, Kawamata Town, Tamura City, Tomioka Town, Namie Town, Naraha Town, Hirono Town, Futaba Town, Minami-Souma City, Fukushima Minyu Shimbun Press, Fukusima Minpou Press, Abukuma Shinkin Bank, Nourin Chuo Bank (Fukusima Branch), Fukushima Bank, The Daito Bank

Program

  • Part 1 “From Local To Global. Renewable energy will change the future.”
    – Norio Akasaka, Søren Hermansen and Tetsunari Iida
  • Keynote speech “Renewable energy will change Japan.” (tentative)
    – Junichiro Koizumi
  • Part 2 “The future created by Fukushima Renewable Energy Fund”
    – Messages from all over the world

About “Fukushima Renewable Future Fund”

With the kind donation from Elektrizitätswerke Schönau in Germany, we establish “Fukushima Renewable Future Fund” in order to raise donation for the reconstruction of Fukushima where we focus on locally owned renewable energy projects, community development projects, education and social welfare projects. We are only half of the story to the reconstruction of Fukushima, and each and every person in Fukushima needs to lead it. Though every single effort would be small, we believe that the collective efforts would vigorously drive the society. Based on such a small step and hope, Fukushima Renewable Future Fund will build the future of Fukushima.

Fukushima Renewable Future Fund founder, Yauemon Sato

 

  • Support projects
    Renewable energy projects, community development projects, educational and social welfare projects, archiving projects of nuclear accident and so on
  • Eligible donor
    Private companies, organizations and individuals
  • Start of call for donation
    March 9th, 2016 (tentative)
  • Founders
    Yauemon Sato (Japan Community Power Association), Tsuyoshi Yoshiwara (The Johnan Shinkin Bank), Tetsunari Iida (Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies), Yumiko Endo (Aizu Natural Energy Foundation), Yoko Endo (Sakura Solar Inc.), Michiko Sugawara (Iitate Madei Group), Jun Yamada (Fukushima 100 years vision committee), Norio Akasaka (Fukushima Museum), Michio Sato (Fukushima University), Sohei Takahashi (Eco Energy Minamisoma Research Institute), Koichi Ito (Chiba University of Commerce), Ursula Sladek (Elektrizitätswerke Schönau), Søren Hermansen (Samsø Energy Academy), Ryuichi Sakamoto (Artist), Atsushi Ishida (Palsystem Consumers’ Co-operative Union), Kaori Niitsuma (Fukushima Community Power), Minoru Kobayashi (Iitate Power), Chikako Chiba (Aizu Natural Energy Foundation), Youichi Tao (Fukushima Revitalizing Group) and so on.