JITMAP aims to connect Japanese manufacturers of low carbon technologies (LCTs) with Indian industries that are looking for such technologies, to the benefit of both sides.
Japanese companies are globally renowned for their low carbon technologies (LCTs), which include energy efficient technologies (EETs), best operating practices (BOP), and renewable energy technologies (RETs). India offers a huge potential market for such technologies, with Indian companies striving to find ways to improve their profitability by reducing energy costs. Yet this market remains largely untapped, because the players in both Japan and India often lack the required information, knowledge and expertise to bring the technology transfer process to a satisfactory completion.
Since 2010, IGES and TERI have in partnership successfully promoted LCT transfers from Japan to India, engaging entities in both public and private sectors, and involving intensive studies and activities in both countries.
Awareness Workshop on Japanese Low Carbon Technology (Steam System Optimization Program)
January 8, 2021 ǀ Webinar
Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop on Compressed Air System
11th February 2020 ǀ Ahmedabad
Mission to Gujarat—compressed air systems
10–14 February 2020 ǀ Ahmedabad, Kadi (Gujarat)
Mission to Gujarat: steam systems
3–5 February 2020 | Dahej, Songadh, Surat, Vapi (Gujarat)
IGES and TERI are the Core Members of JITMAP .
The Core Members identify and invite appropriate stakeholders from Japan and India to join JITMAP as Partners to promote LCT deployment.