Japan teaches how to save energy in its pavilion

6 July

The guests of Japan pavilion at the world specialized exhibition Astana EXPO 2017 can learn about the secret of the country's exit from the energy crisis. It consists in saving and developing new sources of energy, the "Khabar" TV channel reports.

Due to the energy crisis and the lack of natural resources, the Japanese government decided to develop a long-term plan for new energy sources. The production of energy-saving technologies and the principles of economy led to the fact that10 years after the crisis Japan returned to prosperity.

In addition, Japan was the first in the world to sell cars on hydrogen fuel. On top of that, the country produces airplanes that operate on biofuels made from microorganisms.

At the end of the excursion tour to the pavilion of Japan, guests can use interactive technologies to see the world through the eyes of hydrogen or to prevent carbon dioxide from leaking into the atmosphere.

Japan was one of the first countries to confirm its participation in EXPO 2017. At the exhibition, the Japanese are waiting for support from Kazakhstan in nominating Osaka for the international exhibition EXPO 2025. Japan is interested in Kazakhstan's experience in mobilizing international support for the world specialized exhibition Astana EXPO 2017. It is also interested in the exhibition of Japanese businessmen planning to visit Astana in August as a part of a large business delegation.

It should be noted that Japan's pavilion at EXPO demonstrates the synthesis of all types of renewable energy. Visitors to the pavilion at the world specialized exhibition Astana EXPO 2017 can learn why the Land of the Rising Sun occupies one of the leading places in the use of alternative energy.

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