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Mitsubishi Electric to Exhibit at Eco-Products 2011

Tokyo, December 8, 2011 - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will exhibit a variety of green products, technologies and initiatives at Eco-Products 2011, one of the largest environmental exhibitions in Japan, which will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition complex on December 15-17. The company will introduce how it is working to support low-carbon, recycling-based societies in a wide range of businesses in line with its goal of "becoming a global, leading green company."

The main stage of the Mitsubishi Electric booth (No. 3029, East Hall 3) will present environmental products and initiatives via the company's own large, high-resolution, organic light-emitting display (Diamond Vision OLED), laid out in a dramatic semispherical configuration. Visitors also will be able to tour the booth and learn about the company's many sustainable power-saving solutions.
Rendition of the Mitsubishi Electric booth

Rendition of the Mitsubishi Electric booth

Zones and Main Exhibits

Low-carbon Society Zone
Low-carbon solutions for homes: Power- saving Setsuden Assist appliances, such as air conditioners, refrigerators and LCD televisions; home energy-management systems (HEMS) and examples of research being conducted at the company's smart house in Kamakura, Japan; smart electrical appliances including photovoltaic systems, heat-pump hot water supply systems and induction-heating cooking systems; light-emitting diode (LED) lighting; and car navigation systems for efficient eco-driving.
Low-carbon solutions for society: Power-saving technologies in factories such as e&ecoF@ctory and demand-monitoring systems; energy-saving facima solutions for offices; examples of Mitsubishi Electric's smart-grid research; LED lighting; data centers; EleFine hydraulic elevators for building renewals; pulp-molded semiconductor packages; IBUKI greenhouse gas monitoring satellite; and SOLARBIRD space-based solar-driven power-generation system.

Recycling Society Zone
Water recycling initiatives at the company's home appliances recycling factory; micro-bubble cleansing technologies; and ozone generators for water treatment.

Environmental Mindset Zone
Mitsubishi Electric Outdoor Classroom, airings of "The Beauty of NATURE" and others.