MGE provides consultation to Syngas Sdn Bhd on their Machines R&D.
Kurinka is a technology from Japan currently implemented in Melaka that uses waste residual from coal power plant to produce road pavement that absorb water at the sametime able to prevent flood.
Provide Consultation to Companies regarding their energy consumptions.
Involves installation of new biomass system energy generationg system that produces renewable thermak energy. The project will utilize biomass fuel for steam generation.
Kurika, Shinichi Vice President, Kurika (Former Environment Greening Preservation Consultant, Munakata City, Fukuoka Prefecture) uses coal ash (clinker ash) and develops overseas market of environment creation type multifunctional pavement "Kurinka Road Construction Method Pave" that permeates rainwater and retains it in full-scale. As a first step, we will sign a licensing agreement with a local partner in Malaysia next spring to promote technology transfer and popularize the kurinka road in the country. In addition to recycling coal ash discharged from coal-fired power plants, attention is being paid to the heat island suppression effect by the heat of evaporation of water retention, so "vice president Shinichi who is willing to increase its destination in Malaysia".
Shinichi Tokubi, Shinichi Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Kitakyushu City University. 1992 Joined Hitachi. After being an IT venture company, 2012 environmental conservation consultant (now Kurika). 13 years Director, 15 years Managing Director, current position from May 17th. 48 years old from Fukuoka prefecture.