Summary of Our Business
What is CL-CSP technology?
CL-CSP(cross linear solar thermal power) technology is a new, low-cost solar concentrator system that operates at high temperatures (600 degrees C or higher).
Large-scale solar energy collection can be achieved by connecting modular units. Larger systems improve the ratio between solar energy collection and equipment costs.
A Message From Chairperson Tamaura
The ?eAPS Concept?f conceived of by Tokyo Institute of Technology envisions a society in the Asia Sunbelt regions that is reliant on solar energy. It is a plan to develop the new industries that will usher in the ?eAge of Solar Energy?f in Asia.
SolarFlame is a completely new type of social business that is based on the APS Concept.
At the heart of our business are a number of revolutionary developments in solar thermal power generation technology. Our mission is to put the technical innovations that were created at Tokyo Institute of Technology to practical use in society. (We are currently applying for Tokyo Institute of Technology Venture status.) Our plan will establish the Japanese solar energy technologies developed at the University as a part of Japan?fs manufacturing tradition, and introduce these technologies to the world. One of the challenges will be harmonizing our ideas with the various people and societies of the world. Bringing the APS Concept to life by creating a new social system and a solar energy economy in the Asia Sunbelt regions will be our first step in meeting this challenge.
A major change is starting to take place in the world?fs industrial economy, as the focus shifts away from the ?ezero sum?f model to a greater emphasis on social values. By promoting social values in harmony with the industries, governments, universities and international organizations of the world, we are doing our part to bring Japan into the ?epost-zero sum?f era. This is the fundamental nature of SolarFlame?fs mission.
|Registered Name||SolarFlame Corporation|
|Date of Incorporation||August 1, 2012|
||Yutaka Tamaura, Board chairperson
Futoshi Ito, President
|Paid-in Capital||12,000,000 Japanese Yen|
|Main Banks||Mizuho Bank|