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  • Carbon Capture Technology: Giving CO2 an Economic Value

    Carbon Capture Technology: Giving CO2 an Economic Value

    Today, large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions pose a further threat to the environment, especially at a time where global warming has become a serious problem. Toshiba, a world leader in deve …


    TAGS: Infrastructure Low-carbon society R&D Renewable energy Thermal power

  • From Earthquakes to the Hydrogen Economy

    From Earthquakes to the Hydrogen Economy

    Japan rugged natural beauty of steep mountains and tumbling rivers has been shaped over eons by earthquakes and volcanoes. Most of the country rests on the Eurasian Plate and along its Pacific coast t …


    TAGS: For life Infrastructure Renewable energy

  • Ozonation in Drinking Water Treatment

    Ozonation in Drinking Water Treatment

    Food and water are our most fundamental needs, and as the global population grows from 7 to 8-billion, and more and more people flock to cities, ensuring a reliable supply of good and safe quality wat …


    TAGS: For life Infrastructure Water treatment

  • Powering Bangladesh’s Future

    Powering Bangladesh’s Future

    Bangladesh’s government targets annual growth of 7% or more for coming years, but achieving that will require a major increase in power generating capacity. The demand for electricity is expected to r …


    TAGS: Global projects Infrastructure Thermal power

  • Clean Water at a Lower Cost: Promoting Innovation in Wastewater Treatment

    Clean Water at a Lower Cost: Promoting Innovation in Wastewater Treatment

    Water, water everywhere—but not enough of it, and most of it going to waste. It covers about 70% of the planet’s surface, but only about 1% is usable to us as fresh water. That scant volume is the res …


    TAGS: For life Infrastructure Water treatment

  • Five Things Everybody Should Know About Hydrogen Energy

    Five Things Everybody Should Know About Hydrogen Energy

    While thermal and nuclear power remain our main sources of baseload energy supply, there is increasing interest in renewables—most of us are familiar with the potential of hydro, and solar and wind po …


    TAGS: Hydrogen Infrastructure Renewable energy

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  • Generating power from a waterfall only as tall as a man:  Micro hydro broadens the appeal of hydropower

    Generating power from a waterfall only as tall as a man: Micro hydro broadens the appeal of hydropower

  • Bangladesh, the land of potential:  Toshiba’s “Ms. Bangladesh” shares her optimism

    Bangladesh, the land of potential: Toshiba’s “Ms. Bangladesh” shares her optimism

  • What’s Next for a Japanese Rugby World Newly Armed with ICT?

    What’s Next for a Japanese Rugby World Newly Armed with ICT?

  • Shaping a Better Society with Clay Animation

    Shaping a Better Society with Clay Animation

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