FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE No. 3229
TOKYO, November 22, 2018 - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that its group companies will display green products and technologies at the EcoPro 2018 environmental exhibition, which will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition complex on December 6-8.
The Mitsubishi Electric booth (No. 5-026, East Hall 5) will present a variety of green initiatives implemented by Mitsubishi Electric, organized under the theme Mitsubishi Electric's Eco Changes: Best Practices for Atmosphere, Earth and Water. Exhibits will center on cutting-edge technologies and products for applications ranging from residential homes to outer space, showing how Mitsubishi Electric, as a global, leading green company, is contributing to eco-friendly life and increased sustainability, including through sustainable developing goals (SDGs).
Exterior of Mitsubishi Electric
The booth will present diverse products and technologies divided into four zones, aimed at encouraging visitors to think about working toward a greener future together with Mitsubishi Electric.
The Space Zone will display examples of climate change measurements and satellites manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric and used to take such measurements, including the Greenhouse gases Observing SATellite-2 "IBUKI-2" (GOSAT-2), the Advanced Land Observing Satellite-2 "DAICHI-2" (ALOS-2) and the Geostationary meteorological satellites "Himawari-8/9".
This zone will introduce the annual changes in CO2 amounts in the atmosphere measured with the GOSAT. Other exhibits will present technologies for smart community electricity supply, green air conditioners and a cutting-edge technology for air cleaning in rooms.
This zone will introduce the decreasing area of green land on the planet measured with ALOS-2. Displays will also present an electrically assisted farm, biodiversity-protection initiatives at the company's business sites, and plastic recycling for materials used in home appliances.
The Water Zone will introduce the detailed movements of destructive typhoons as recorded with the Himawari-8. There also will be exhibits of electrically powered water treatment using an ozone generator and a system for predicting torrential rain based on advanced technology for sensing water vapor suspended in the air.
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