Toyota Tsusho: Central Japan International Airport and Toyota Tsusho sign a partnership agreement to achieve zero carbon – Japan’s first partnership between airport management and a private company to achieve zero carbon at an airport –


Central Japan International Airport and Toyota Tsusho sign partnership agreement to achieve zero carbon
– First partnership in Japan between the management of an airport and a private company to achieve zero carbon in an airport –


Central Japan International Airport Co., Ltd. (“CJIAC”, ) and Toyota Tsusho Corporation (“Toyota Tsusho”) signed a partnership agreement on March 31, 2022 to develop a plan and a concrete business plan to achieve zero carbon* at Chubu Centrair International Airport(”Centrair”).

This initiative, in which the airport management and a private company sign a partnership agreement, develops an “Airport Decarbonization Promotion Plan” and promotes zero carbon in an airport, is the first such initiative in Japan.

Toyota Tsusho will also collaborate with Japan Environment Systems Co., Ltd., Obayashi Corporation and Toho Gas Co., Ltd.

Partnership objectives

– An “airport decarbonization promotion plan” will be developed and zero carbon at the airport will be promoted through the partnership between CJIAC and Toyota Tsusho. The plan will be based on the five axes of creating a renewable energy hub, reducing CO2 emissions from airport facilities, reducing CO2 emissions from airport vehicles, use of hydrogen and introduction of new energy management at Centrair, while taking into account the prospects for cooperation with the region and building resilience.

– The initiative aims to develop a concrete business plan to achieve the plan while using Toyota Tsusho’s one-stop decarbonization solutions and create a zero-carbon model for the airport that only CJIAC and Toyota Tsusho can provide.

By promoting zero carbon initiatives, CJIAC and Toyota Tsusho will contribute to the transition to a decarbonized society by developing the “sky of the future” which will continue from Centrair to the rest of the world.

*Zero carbon is the reduction to net zero of overall greenhouse gas emissions such as CO2 (synonymous with carbon neutrality)

Five axes to achieve zero carbon at Centrair

Context of the initiative

In October 2020, Japan said it would aim to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions to net zero and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Additionally, in April last year, Japan announced it would set its FY2030 reduction target 46% below FY2013 levels and continue to meet the challenge of achieving a further 50% reduction at the Leaders’ Climate Summit hosted by the United States.

In March last year, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism created the “Commission of Inquiry into CO2 Reduction in the airport sector” to study aspects such as the conversion of airports into renewable energy centers and measures to reduce CO2 emissions from airport facilities and vehicles. At the fourth meeting of the Board of Inquiry held in February this year, the “Policy on Airport Decarbonization Initiatives” was presented. This policy states that Japan will contribute to the realization of a decarbonized society through the proactive implementation of airport decarbonization initiatives, and that Japan will aim for its airports to become the airports of choice in the world. In addition, initiatives for zero carbon at airports are gaining momentum, such as the cabinet’s approval of the “Civil Aeronautics Act Partial Amendment Bill, etc.” on March 1 this year, which includes the “Airport Decarbonization Promotion Plan” created by the airport management and approved by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

CJIAC has aimed to be an environmentally friendly airport since its opening and strives to reduce its environmental impact, including installing a solar energy system in the terminal, introducing a cogeneration system and using the hydrogen energy. In May last year, the CJIAC declared “Centrair Zero Carbon 2050”, which “aims to reduce CO2 emissions from airport facilities to net zero by 2050 and strive to meet the national greenhouse gas reduction target of 46% from fiscal year 2013.”

Toyota Tsusho actively promotes businesses related to carbon neutrality, including the renewable energy business, which is a strength of the Group, as well as the decarbonization of ports by hydrogen and the management of energy by storage batteries. Toyota Tsusho also has expertise in airport operations in Japan and overseas.

Overview of Central Japan International Airport

Company Name

Central Japan International Airport Co., Ltd.


Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture


May 1, 1998


President and CEO Riki Inuzuka

activity Descrition

1. Establishment and Administration of Central Japan International Airport and Aviation Security Facilities
2.Construction and administration of functional facilities, including passenger and cargo handling facilities, and convenience facilities such as stores
3.Operations ancillary to those indicated above

Toyota Tsusho Corporation Overview

Company Name

Toyota Tsusho Corporation


Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture


July 1, 1948


President and CEO Ichiro Kashitani

activity Descrition

National and international trade in goods, export and import of goods, construction company, insurance agents, among others



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