Global Environment Centre Foundation(GEC)

Low-Carbon Technology Innovation

Financing Programme to Demonstrate Decarbonization Technology for Realizing Co-Innovation


Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC) is promoting the development of decarbonizing technologies (including low-carbon technologies; the same applies hereinafter). On behalf of the MOEJ, GEC has been implementing the financing programme to demonstrate decarbonization technology for realizing co-innovation since 2019.

Purpose & characteristics of this financing programme

  • This financing programme aims to contribute to global environmental conservation by promoting renovation and demonstration of advanced decarbonization technologies to adapt to local specific circumstances of developing countries. Such renovation is expected to address environmental regulations, culture and customs, resource restrictions and the climate in each country.
  • These projects must contribute to reducing the CO2 emissions from energy consumption. After the project is completed, the recipient of the financial support is required to calculate and report the emission reductions of the project to the MOEJ.

Project Case Studies

Financing Programme to Demonstrate Advanced Low-Carbon Technology Innovation for Further Deployment in Developing Countries (FY2014 - 2018)


Overview of Selected Projects (FY2021)

GEC, as an executive body of the pilot project, has accepted project proposals for FY2021 by 5 November 2021. After close review and hearing by third party committee, MoEJ has selected the proposals listed below. GEC will further examine the contents of each project and provide a notice to the representative participants for the final decision.

<Projects Selected in FY2021>

No.Partner CountryRepresentative ParticipantProject Title

Viet Nam

Sumisho Global Logistics Co., Ltd.Low-carbon Cold Chain Logistics Model Demonstration Project Using High-Performance Reefer Containers
2ThailandKaneka CorporationDemonstration project of the stylish and high-efficiency BIPV system to the high-rise building in Thailand.
3MalaysiaSumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd.Development and Demonstration of a CFB (Circulating Fluidized Bed) Boiler utilizing palm residue as a biomass fuel in Southeast Asia



Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC)

Tokyo Office (Staff members in charge: Yamane, Kubo, Iwata)

Headquarters (Osaka) (Staff members in charge: Minami, Tanaka)