|The New Energy Foundation is promoting a project of proving research for a stationary fuel cell system in an ordinary home in a cold region. The system is anticipated to bring a reduction of 20-30 percent on average in CO2 emissions.
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|Residential Fuel Cell Cogeneration Systems Launched into Market (TG minutes No.46)|
|Tokyo Gas Acquires Interest in Malhas Project in Brazil -- Natural Gas Pipeline Construction & Operation Business in Brazil - (TG minutes No.47)
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|Signing of Ship Building Contracts for Two LNG Carriers|
|Investment Decision on Senboku Power Plant
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|JGA Awards for Outstanding Research and Development
On June 9, JGA commended the 18 projects and two papers which greatly contributed to the continued progress in the research and development of Japan's gas industry. This newsletter introduces the following projects and papers.
|JGA, in the cooperation with gas utilities nationwide, runs the "GAS PAVILION" at the 2005 World Exposition AICHI in Japan. Don't miss an incredible artificial methane hydrate combustion demonstration.
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