Europe has been looking at carbon neutral e-fuel and plans to have it play a crucial role in many modes of transport, from planes and ships to large trucks.
For Osamu Tsukimori's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Employees at home are suddenly being targeted for corporate access by email phishing, website spoofing and fake software posing as Zoom.
After the Fukushima disaster woke Japan to the dangers of atomic power, utilities went back to coal. Now what will they do?
Entrepreneur sees a chance for AI-based program to thrive if industry abandons its low-margin, high-turnover business model.
With more than 140 coronavirus measures in development and 13 undergoing trials, hopes are being pinned on one being approved in the near future.
The benchmark U.S. oil price fell below zero last month for the first time in history.
Japan’s biggest power producer, Jera Co., holds executive and other important meetings on the internet and, except for power plant personnel, about 1,300 of the 1,700 employees at its headquarters and branch offices worked from home last week in response to the government’s call ...
Haneda Airport’s new flight paths commence despite concerns from aviation experts and public opposition.
In the midst of a surge in demand as more people shop online, the parcel delivery sector is struggling to keep up due to a chronic shortage of drivers. Meanwhile, restaurants are struggling to find ways to reduce waste in an industry notorious for ...
The NTT group, Yahoo Japan and GMO Internet are among the companies trying to reduce the risk of their employees contracting the COVID-19 virus.