“Successful implementation of our technology would lead to a transformation in the Carbon Neutral Era.”
Hiromi Aoki, President, Suntech Co., Ltd. https://suntech.link
Suntech has gained valuable insights into the ever-evolving industrial landscape of Japan and further afield over recent decades. The company’s focus on technology resonates well with its customer base, which includes governmental entities.
“Coordinating production processes overseas presents intricate challenges,” says Suntech president Hiromi Aoki, “prompting us to employ an innovative real-time monitoring solution known as Smart Glass.”
Suntech remains committed to international growth. And the president’s vision for the company’s role in sustainability and innovation is evident with its involvement in the Course 50 project, which aims to revolutionize the steel industry.
“Our collaboration with major Japanese iron steel makers, has resulted in the development of the world’s first facility capable of raising hydrogen to temperatures to 1100℃,” he explains, adding that this technology could reduce CO2 emissions significantly.
A mini-plant machine which turns food waste into eco-feed for livestock or organic fertilizer, implemented through RESOUXIA, a joint venture between Suntech and ECO Stage Engineering, the D-Cocotte is also part of the company’s commitment to working against food waste, which is of huge importance to the future of Suntech.
Mr. Aoki expresses his excitement about the upcoming launch of several of his projects in ASEAN countries on the 50th anniversary of the ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation. “I aim to forge a path that harmonizes business growth with environmental stewardship by implementing innovative solutions for the significant challenges in Asia and Africa,” he adds. “As chairman of the international business committee of the Young Entrepreneurs Group (YEG) of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, I want to establish collaboration with young entrepreneur groups in other countries.”