Seicho-No-Ie for Green Energy Movement: Make a Difference with Your Donation

  • Green Energy Generated
  • Our Kyoto Plant:

    197,162 kWh (in Apr. 2016)
    2,204,404 kWh (accumulative since Mar. 2015)

  • Our Fukushima Plant:

    87,275 kWh (in Apr. 2016)
    292,033 kWh (accumulative since Jan. 2016)

Green Energy Movement

Give us a hand to help mother nature give again

Our Green Energy Movement welcomes environmentally conscious people all around the globe to help realize renewable natural energy. With your donation, you can help us install megawatt-scale solar power systems. The fund raised from the systems allows the Movement to expand, helping us realize sustainable power generation caring for Earth.

The drawbacks of nuclear power and environmental protection

Since the 3.11 incident in Fukushima, the drawbacks of nuclear power have been pointed out. There are numerous issues that still have not been sufficiently addressed such as the risks of nuclear accidents, safe storage and disposal of radioactive waste and used nuclear fuel, etc. On the other hand, Japan’s electricity consumption keeps increasing, demanding an enormous volume of power generation volume.

Impact of energy deregulation

For these reasons, Japanese government is pursuing a policy of energy deregulation. Regulations on energy supply were changed in April 2016, and retailing of energy to consumers has been completely liberalized. The Green Energy Movement is our way of entering into this market, and we have already built and begun operating our first megawatt-scale solar power plant in Joyo, Kyoto. The power we generate is being supplied to consumers through ENESERVE CORPORATION. By joining our Green Energy Movement, you can begin to tackle environmental issues with us instead of leaving them in the hands of the government and experts. Together, we can make a difference.

Seiko-No-I.e.

symbolSeicho-No-Ie “Office in the Forest”

Seicho-No-Ie International Headquarters, which also acts as the office of Green Energy Movement, is housed in “Office in the Forest,” the first Zero Energy Building (ZEB) office in Japan. The office generates and supplies to itself all the electricity it needs.The electricity generated by solar power and wood biomass power is stored in lithium ion batteries and provides for all the electricity needs of not only the office itself but also of our electric vehicles (buses and cars).