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Updated on November 21, 2016

Bureau of Environment
Tokyo Environmental Public Service Corporation

New types of solar-powered public chargers at Starbucks

The Tokyo Metropolitan Center for Climate Change Actions is engaging in activities to raise public awareness of renewable energy with the aim to make Tokyo a smart energy city.

In partnership with Starbucks Coffee Japan, Ltd., as a model case, the center is establishing new types of solar-powered public charging stations (called "City Charge") that are movable and can be easily introduced to stores and other facilities.

※The Tokyo Metropolitan Center for Climate Change Actions is an organization under the Tokyo Environmental Public Service Corporation designated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to undertake activities to raise public awareness based on the "Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures."

Overview:

Chargers

 

Locations:

Three Starbucks stores (Ueno Onshi Park, Futakotamagawa Park, Machida Kanamori)

Installation Date:

Ueno Onshi Park store:  Friday, October 28, 2016
Futakotamagawa Park and Machida Kanamori stores: Friday, November 11, 2016

Service Period:

One year

Attachment: Project contents and purpose

Inquiries

Smart Energy City:
Policy Planning Section, General Affairs Division,
Bureau of Environment

S0000721@section.metro.tokyo.jp

City Charge:
Tokyo Metropolitan Center for Climate Change Actions
Tokyo Environmental Public Service Corporation

cnt-soeneshien@tokyokankyo.jp

Phone:03-5990-5066

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