Second Round of TOP TENs lists-2019


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>Second Round of TOP TENs lists-2019




The following 14 projects were selected from Japan in the second round of international list of energy efficiency Best Available Technologies (BATs) and Best Practices (BPs) of the *IPEEC TOP TENs released on June 12, 2019.

*IPEEC: International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation
TOP TENs:  Top Ten Energy Efficiency Best Available Technologies and Best Practices Task Group


Best Available Technologies (BATs)

Toshiba Lighting & Technology Corporation
Light-Weight, Small-Sized, Low-Cost High Efficiency LED High-Bay Lighting Fixtures

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Split-type Air Conditioner “Kirigamine FZ Series”

Toshiba Carrier Corporation
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Heat Pump Water Heaters for Home Use EcoCute “ESTIA Premium Model”


Best Practices (BPs)

Mie University
University-wide efforts to build a smart campus

Nikken Sekkei Ltd. and Ashikaga Hospital
Energy conservation activities at a next-generation green hospital

Taisei Corporation
Promotion of super energy-saving construction by achieving “Japan’s first urban-style Zero Energy Building (ZEB)”

Misawa Homes Co., Ltd.
Energy conservation in the distribution of procured building products (Environmentally-friendly delivery service of building products and its general versatility)



Best Available Technologies (BATs)

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd.
Optimum Control of High Efficiency Inverter Centrifugal Chillers using a Heat Source Integrated Control System

NICHIAS Corporation
High-strength and low thermal conductivity heat insulating materials ‘ROSLIM™Board GH’ ()

YASKAWA Electric Corporation
YASKAWA Matrix Converter U1000


Best Practices (BPs)

Sharp Corporation Kameyama Plant
Reduction of base-load energy usage

Rengo Co., Ltd.
Promotion of energy conservation by circle activities at a paperboard manufacturing plant

OMRON Corporation
ECO activities to actualize “Visualization(energy audit)” and “Optimization” using EQS-AD10 (Environmental Andon System)

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation
Reducing CO2 emissions in the supply chain