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CES 2023

Japan risks falling behind in hydrogen power adoption: Panasonic CTO

Electronics maker shows off energy technology at CES tech show in Las Vegas

A display of lithium ion batteries at Panasonic’s booth at CES 2023. Panasonic CTO Tatsuo Ogawa gives a press briefing during the tech show in Las Vegas on Jan. 5. (Source photos by Natsumi Kawasaki)

LAS VEGAS -- Japan needs to move more quickly to embrace hydrogen power or risk being left behind in the global rush to decarbonize, a senior Panasonic executive has warned. 

Tatsuo Ogawa, Panasonic's group chief technology officer, was speaking at a press briefing on Thursday on the sidelines of the CES 2023 consumer tech show in Las Vegas.

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