Hiroshima Green Ocean Project
While seizing the current global trends of carbon neutrality and the SDGs, and by strengthening environmental and energy-related industries*, this project will consistently create businesses in Hiroshima Prefecture which contribute to solving global environmental issues.
Why is Hiroshima Prefecture working in the environmental and energy-related fields?
Hiroshima Environmental Business Promotion Council
Creation of new business through collaboration between industry, academia, and government
・ Innovation Hub
In this program, participating corporations will bring together ideas and related information
based on themes that may contribute to solving global social issues such as global warming and
marine waste and through workshops etc., will create ideas for new businesses that they can work on independently or jointly.
・ Mentoring Hands-on Support
Customized mentoring by experts in new business development will be available for each company. This will allow companies to utilize their existing business ideas and new business ideas created in the workshops, to move forward with concrete projects.
This subsidy program will support corporations in Hiroshima Prefecture as they utilize knowledge and
know-how held by external bodies such as universities, research institutes, and other corporations to
develop innovative technologies and products and develop those businesses.
・ Collaboration with global integrated business enterprises
We will provide support for developing sales channels
by utilizing resources, such as sales know-how and networks, held by global integrated business enterprises.
・ Collaboration with overseas startups
We will collaborate with overseas start-ups, universities, research institutions, etc.
To create new businesses overseas, including expanding the applied scope of core technologies and creating new markets.
・ Collaboration with overseas municipalities, etc.
We aim to create projects overseas by utilizing economic exchange agreements related to the environmental and energy-related fields with municipalities and corporate organizations in Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Germany, and Austria.
Innovation Promotion Team
Commerce, Industry and Labor Bureau
Hiroshima Prefectural Government
10-52 Motomachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-8511, Japan