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Hiroshi Hamasaki, Fujitsu Research Institute - Minato, Tokyo Japan
Hiroshi Hamasaki is a Senior Research Fellow at Economic Research Centre, Fujitsu Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan. Hiroshi has developed energy technology and economics models for a variety of clients including governments, commodity exchange markets, national research institutes and private companies. He also has been engaged in international organisation project, for example, REmap project of IRENA.
Hiroshi has more than15 year experience in energy economics modelling and 5 year experience in energy technology modelling and one of his research areas is to create an integrated model between economics and technology model to analyse energy forecasts and role of energy related technologies from system-wide views. Hiroshi is also active to publish a paper on energy technology and economics works, for example, a joint book with IEA-ETSAP Energy Modeller, Informing Energy and Climate Policies using Energy Systems Models: Insights from Scenario Analysis Increasing the Evidence Base and attend international conference such as IEA-ETSAP WS and IAEE.
Hiroshi holds an MSc and DIC in Energy Policy from Imperial College London, MSt in Technology Management from Wolfson College, University of Cambridge and PhD in Energy Modelling from Cardiff University.