The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

SHIMOGORI, Kei

Senior Researcher, Global Energy Group 1, Strategy Research Unit

Fields of Study: Energy policy in Europe, Nuclear energy policy

Education

 

  2010-2012 MPP in International public policy, Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo
  2006-2010 B.L. in International Law, Waseda University
Employment History
  2018-present Senior Researcher, Global Energy Group 1, Strategy Research Unit
  2012-2018 Researcher, Nuclear Energy Group, Strategy Research Unit, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
Papers:
  • Kei Shimogori, “Current trends and Challenges of FIT-CfD in the United Kingdom regarding Nuclear Energy”, IEEJ website, June 2018 (in Japanese)

  • Kei Shimogori, “Commentary : CO2 Emission Reduction by Nuclear Power Plants’ Restart”, Japan Atomic Indusrial Forum, May-August 2018 (in Japanese)

  • Kei Shimogori, “Current trends and Challenges of Energy Transition in Germany”, Kaigai-Touyushi, 27(3), pp.6-11, May 2018 (in Japanese)

  • Kei Shimogori, Yuhji Matsuo, Tomoko Ohira, Tomoko Murakami, “Analysis on Variation of Nuclear Energy Projections in Long-term Outlooks”, IEEJ Energy Journal, Vol. 13 No.2, 2018

  • Kei Shimogori, “Introduction of Nuclear Energy in the Middle East region: Current situation and Challenges”, Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 529, pp.34-52, May 2017 (in Japanese)

  • Kei Shimogori, “Public Acceptance of Nuclear Energy: A Case of Geological Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste”, Hiroba, Vol. 467, pp.41-53, December 2016

  • Kei Shimogori, “Electricity Market Reform and Nuclear Power in United Kingdom”, Conference on Energy, Economy, and Environment No. 30, Japan Society of Energy and Resources, pp.51-56, January 2014 (in Japanese)
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    Activity on Committee etc.
    • Atomic Energy Society of Japan
    • 2017-present Future Energy Leaders’ Programme (FEL-100) of World Energy Council