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KOMIPO's PV Power Sharing for Social Welfare Facilities

2018. 4. 5. 09:48

- Creating Both Social & Economic Values

With the presence of Minister of Trade, Industry & Energy Paik Ungyu, fifth from left, KOMIPO President & CEO Park Hyung-Koo, third from left, is signing cooperative agreement of PV power sharing welfare network with representatives of participating companies & organizations.


KOMIPO President & CEO, third from left, is taking a group photo along with participants at the ground-breaking ceremony for the installation of a PV power generation system.


Korea Midland Power Co., Ltd. (KOMIPO) signed a cooperative agreement on joint establishment photovoltaic (PV) power sharing welfare network along with Korea Energy Agency, Korea Energy Foundation and Seoul Metropolitan City on March 21.

 

With the presence of Minister of Trade, Industry & Energy Paik, Ungyu, the cooperative agreement was followed by ground-breaking ceremony for the installation of a PV power generation system, scaled at 43kW, at a health care facility for the elderly located at Sungdong-gu district, Seoul.

 

The project is in line with the drive to respond positively to government-led new & renewable energies 3020 action program as well as to generate financial support for social welfare facilities, creating both social & economic values.

 

KOMIPO is set to provide 100 million won, amassed from KOMIPO matching fund connected with photovoltaic companies' contribution to the PV power sharing for the social welfare facilities.

 

Last year, KOMIPO mobilized about 300 million won from the welfare network formula to install PV power generation system at 17 welfare facilities, scaled at combined 122kW.

 

KOMIPO President & CEO Park Hyung-Koo said, "Through the cooperative agreement, KOMIPO will lead the proactive response to the implementation of NREs 2030 program as well as providing support for establishing social safety net.

 


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