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Mission

The Future of Our Japanese Children Would be Best Served By Moving Toward Energy Independence.

To accomplish this, LA Energy Japan is committed to helping drive our energy footprint toward a self-sustaining future. It is our intent to contribute to New Energy Generation, Storage and Conservation technologies and business practices. The initial objective of LA Energy Japan is to develop multiple "Mega Solar" projects which take advantage of the 20 year FIT the government has made available. We are in working on multiple sites in an effort to build a sizeable portfolio of generation stations.

Traditional

Japan has a goal to become less dependent on foreign fuel. Growth of the Nuclear industry in Japan had been a key element toward this goal until Fukushima.

Plan

We began operations in 2014. We are actively pursuing sites that can generate 1-2 MW per site. We plan to build a portfolio with at least 10MW of total generation.

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Sustainability

We all depend on fossel energy to fuel our lives. While abundant, the earth's fossel energy supply is limited. And the burning of this fuel is heating the earth.

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Renewable

We are in working on multiple sites in an effort to build a sizeable portfolio of generation stations.

Our Team

John Antone
President, Managing Director
John Antone has had a long career in the high tech world. He recently served as Corp VP for Applied Materials for 5 years. He resided for 3 years...Read More
Yoshino Ishibashi
Vice President, Operations
Yoshino Ishibashihas lived around the world with her family. After the Fukushima Earthquake, she started a charity while living in Shanghai named "Pray ...Read More
Todd Sandoz
Director, Partner
Todd Sandoz is a senior member of Nomura International Securities staff. He resides in London as the Managing Director, Head of Global Equity Trading...Read More

Our Approach

Webegan operations in 2014. We are actively pursuing sites that can generate 1-2 MW per site. We plan to build a portfolio with at least 10MW of total generation capability by the end of 2015.

We have identified multiple sites in northern Honshu and are pursuing licensing vigorously. We are also engaged with EPC, and other critical supply chain partners to source the key components for the arrays. It is our intent to have at least 1 or 2 projects well underway by the end of 2014.

In addition, we are looking for partners to begin to offer commercial and residential rooftop options for building and homeowners. It will be our objective to focus in the areas of Tokyo, Yokohama, Chiba and Saitama.

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