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Interview with engineers

Introducing the engineers who support Tokyo Gas' technological capabilities.

Interview with engineers

Engineers developing ENE-FARM for condominiums ENE-FARM is a residential-use fuel cell system that can simultaneously produce electricity and hot water using city gas. It was initially sold exclusively for installation in detached housing. In pursuit of wider diffusion, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., developed the world's first such system capable of installation in collective housing. An interview was conducted with personnel actually involved in the work, about the long road of development, which began even before the establishment of installation standards and culminated in the sales launch.
Contents
Technical Development at Tokyo Gas
Low-carbon society
 Shift to higher efficiency
Fuel cells Water heaters Commercial and industrial appliances Utilization of renewable energy & Management of CO2 emissions Energy conservation
Smart energy network HEMS  
Hydrogen-society
Hydrogen refueling stations Use of by-product hydrogen  
Smart society
Smart energy network Gas smart meters
Earthquake disaster prevention & stable supply
Stable supply Earthquake disaster prevention  
Comfortable, convenient and secure living
Lifestyle research For households  For districts
Organizational structure  
Interview with engineers  
Track record of initiatives
 Technologies along with the LNG value chain Related Links  

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