Workshop 5

OKINAWA HAWAI'I CLEAN ENERGY COOPERATION

ATTEND THE 8th OCEAN ENERGY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP



Under the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry, the United States Department of Energy, Okinawa Prefecture, and the State of Hawai’i, to develop and deploy clean and renewable energies as the “Hawaii Okinawa Clean Energy Cooperation” in June 2010, there have been multiple activities focusing on the possibility of cooperative projects relating to the introduction of clean energy. One of the projects in accordance with this partnership is the ocean energy workshop, held annually since 2010.

Registration



Thank you for your interest in attending the 8th Ocean Energy and Economic Development Symposium and Workshop. Please use the form below to register. If you are unable to use the form below, please email info [a] okinawahawaii-oews.com

Please note that the schedule is still subject to change. Registering does not guarantee a seat. You will receive an automated email upon completion of the registration process to confirm the information you provide with a link in case you need to make any changes. We will email you in the case of any major changes or to inform you if we cannot accept your application. Thank you for your consideration.

Kona Access



Information on getting to Kona, which is on the Hawai'ian Big Island is available via the Big Island Visitors Bureau. Flights are available within Hawai'i and from the US and Japan directly to Kona International Airport.

Event Access



Day 1 at NELHA

NELHA is located on the western shore of the Big Island, next to the Kona International Airport. More information on parking, access, and facilities will be provided soon.

Day 2 at King Kamehameha Hotel

King Kamehameha Hotel is a roughly 18-minute drive south of NELHA. More information on parking, access, and facilities will be provided soon. Visit the link above for the hotel's website.