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Green Energy Park a Laboratory for Japan's Future: By Leon Kaye | November 18th, 2011 0 Comments Panasonic's goa...

Green Energy Park a Laboratory for Japan's Future: By Leon Kaye | November 18th, 2011 0 Comments Panasonic's goa...

Tweet Sanyo's Solalib, a solar charging station Panasonic’s goal to be the world’s number one “green innovation” company is on living display in the Kasai Green Energy Park , a 90 minute drive from the company’s headquarters in Osaka. If clean energy ever scales to a point at which our buildings, homes, factories and cars can run free of fossil fuels, this office park in a rural part of Hyogo Prefecture is where our future has started. Last week a group of journalists and writers had the opportunity to see what could be the future. For Sanyo, now a subsidiary of Panasonic, the Green Energy Park is where energy storage, solar power and smart grid technologies will provide the next level of not only innovation, but revenue streams as well. Technologies that many clean energy advocates dream about are now the reality at Kasai. A one megawatt photovoltaic power system, a 1.5 m...

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