We are pleased to announce that Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP) moved to a new location on 1st April, 2017.
When ISEP was born in 2000, we established an office near Yotsuya station. After that, we had an office in Nakano for 14 years from 2003 to this spring. Now we are relocating to the new office as returning to Yotsuya, the place of birth.
The new office is a small three-story building, however, we have set up a co-working space that expects to be a base to gather, discuss, cooperate, and create the future with various organizations and individuals working on the local and national energy and community power, as well as environmental NGOs and social issues, social innovation, social design etc. And we also have interior design and furniture to practice new ways of working as a whole. Of course, we installed user-participating solar power generation on the roof and we plan to introduce the latest storage battery (Tesla Powerwall 2).
We would like to ask you for continuous support and cooperation for the new activities of our institute. Please drop in when you come near us.
Chairperson & Founder, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies
New address of the office: Saneicho 3-9 iTEX Building, Shinjuku, 160-0008 Tokyo, Japan
New TEL: +81 3 3355 2200
New FAX: +81 3 3355 2205
Nearest station: JR Chuo Line, JR Sobu Line, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Namboku Line
6 minutes on foot from Yotsuya Station Yotsuya Exit