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Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism: 2019 initiatives to accelerate Japan’s transition to electricity-free by collaborating with related parties
[JPI Seminar June 6 (Thursday)]
Japan Planning Research Institute, Inc. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism: 2019 initiatives to accelerate Japan’s transition to non-electricity by collaborating with related parties
[JPI Seminar June 6 (Thursday)]
… Cost reduction speeding up of business Public-private partnership such as PFI business … ………………………………………………………………………………………… Japan Planning Research Institute will hold a seminar as follows by inviting Mr. Toshiharu Yoshida, Traffic Safety Policy Analyst, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. After the seminar, business card exchange meetings will be held between the instructors and the participants, which will be useful for business.
[Details and application]
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〔title〕 Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism By cooperation with related parties 2019 Initiatives to Accelerate Japan’s No-Power Pole … Cost reduction speeding up of business Public-private partnership such as PFI business …
We have formulated a plan to create a poleless plan based on the Poleless Promotion Act (enacted in 2016) in April last year and are promoting a poleless plan. Furthermore, it was important to carry out in response to last year’s typhoon 21 disaster etc. We plan to further promote the transition to a pole-less by taking measures to strengthen the country for three years based on the infrastructure inspection. In order to progress these steadily, cost reduction, speeding up of business, public-private partnership, etc. are necessary, and the details of recent efforts will be described.
1. Efforts to date about poleless (1) The maintenance situation of becoming a pole (2) The Act on the Promotion of Electric Power Poles (3) No pole promotion plan (4) Disaster prevention, reduction of disasters, and three-year emergency measures for strengthening the country 2. Dissemination of low cost methods 3. Business speed up (1) Public-private partnership such as PFI business (2) Collaboration with wireline administrators 4. Design for turning off a pole 5. Various approaches such as exclusive use restrictions 6. Related questions and answers 7. Name exchange meeting A business card exchange meeting will be held between instructors and participants.
Mr. Toshiharu Yoshida, Traffic Safety Policy Analyst, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Road Bureau
[Date and time]
Thursday, June 6, 2019 13:30-15:30
Minato-ku Minami Azabu / JPI Conference Square www.jpi.co.jp/access 〔 Entry fee 〕 ? Private participation fee 1 person: 32,820 yen (data fee, consumption tax included)
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About 2019 main measures and important point approach that Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Kanto regional maintenance station develops www.jpi.co.jp/seminar/14546
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