This department's Japanese name translates to "Infrastructure Projects Department," but in English it is known as the "Key Industry Projects Department."
"Infrastructure" refers to the facilities and systems that form the foundations of industry, our daily lives and so forth. More specifically, it encompasses roads, railways, water and sewerage facilities, electric power supply networks, port facilities, dams, communication-related facilities and equipment, etc.
We focus our efforts primarily on electricity and water, which are tied to many of society's core infrastructure facilities and frameworks. That is why we chose to use the phrase "key industries" in our English-language department name.
In addition to electric power and fresh water production facilities, we are involved with electrical systems used to power ironworks/steelworks, the recovery of waste heat to generate electricity and produce hot water, and other such activities and fields in locations around the world.