Kenji Eda Representative Director
Born and raised in the city of Tonami in Toyama Prefecture in central Japan, Kenji Eda graduated from Keio University with a degree in Economics. He joined Accenture, where he was assigned to the energy and chemical industries and worked on business process reengineering projects and other projects for utilities and major chemical companies. In 2005, he established RAUL, Inc. to leverage his knowledge in the IT consulting business and the energy industry. Kenji has completed the Executive Management Program at Tokyo University.
Board member, Energy Information Center
Board member, Association for Sustainability Communication
Member, Committee for Promotion of Innovation in Regional Services in Renewable Energy, Energy Conservation and Energy Storage under the Ministry of the Environment
Advisor, Asia Women Leaders Forum
Official Yahoo Commentator
Real Opportunities in Decarbonization in 2025: Stay on Top of the Big Change Affecting All Industries
Based on his experience of managing a consulting firm specializing in environment, energy and digital solutions, Kenji Eda shares in this book actual information and specific advice on how to take advantage of the global trend of decarbonization.
The Future of the Battery Business Understood in Two Hours: Pay Attention to the 20 Trillion Yen Market Expanding in the Age of Coexistence With the Coronavirus
The electricity and energy businesses and respective industries as well as new markets related to battery technologies are undergoing drastic transformation. In this book, Kenji Eda explains his unique view on the current state and future prospect of those industries and markets from the perspective of battery technology.
Decarbonization Won't Stop!--Business Ideas for the Future--
Kenji Eda shares his message to businesspersons working in the energy and environmental business. He explains why decarbonization is necessary and goes on to share his ideas on what steps to take.