|▲ Chairman Ryu Jae-seon (from left) attending the medal conferment ceremony and Economic and Commerce Counselor Bart Saihang Pureb Sambo, the Mongolian Embassy in Korea. © World Lighting News.
Written by : Min-Woo Lee. Journalist.
On January 28th, Chairman Jae-sun Ryu of the Korea Electrical Engineering Association received the Mongolian Government Medal at the Mongolian Embassy in Yongsan-gu, Seoul.
The Mongolian government awarded this medal in recognition of his contributions to Mongolia's economic development by leading the association of electrical engineering and promoting the exchange of electricity and energy between Korea and Mongolia.
The Korea Electrical Engineering Association has focused on strengthening cooperation with Mongolia, predicting that the necessity of a Northeast Asian supergrid will be raised at the time the inter-Korean economic cooperation begins in earnest.
Mongolia is a place that is advantageous for solar and wind power generation due to its abundant sunlight and wind quantity.In particular, the Gobi Desert area is regarded as a key region of the Northeast Asian Super Grid, with a potential power production scale of 1,300 GW.
ChairmanJae-sun Ryu has been a member of the electricity industry at the Korea-Mongolian Cooperation Forum to promote exchange and cooperation between Korea and Mongolia.
In particular, at the Korea-Mongolian Cooperation Forum held in Mongolia in 2018, National Assemblyman Kim Tae-nyeon (Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do), Han Jeong-ae (Byeong-gun, Gangseo-gu, Seoul), National Assemblyman Kim Byeong-wook (Eul, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do), and Mongolian Ambassador Jeong Jae-nam, etc. We met with the Minister of Energy to discuss cooperation.
At this meeting, Chairman Jae-sun Ryu signed a business agreement aimed at promoting local advancement of the electric industry, as well as environmental development in the power field, exchange of technicians, and cooperation in the new and renewable energy field.
Chairman Jae-sun Ryu spoke with an official from the Mongolian embassy and said, “Mongolia is a key region for the Northeast Asian supergrid project based on normalization of inter-Korean relations,” and “We will continue our efforts for win-win between the electricity construction industry and Mongolia.”
In April of last year, Korea and Mongolia installed a customized wind power generator for the first time in Korea by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (Director: Donghee Jeong) in a mining area outside Mongolia, and Korea Electric Wire completed a communication solution construction project in Mongolia. have.
Also ▲ Held '2019 Mongolia Mine Damage Management Technology School' of Korea Mine Damage Management Corporation (Chairman: Cheong-ryong Lee) and Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) ▲ Visits to Gyeongbuk Provincial Office of Mongolian Energy Self-Reliance Village and training eco-friendly energy facilities ▲ Korea Energy Technology Various projects are underway, such as the transfer of'Domestic Building Energy Efficiency Improvement Technology and Policy' to Mongolian government officials by Evaluation Institute (Director Chun-Taek Lim).
On the other hand, the Korea Electrical Construction Association is the only legal organization for the electric construction business based on Article 25 of the Electric Construction Business Act. Established in 1960, the Korea Electrical Construction Association is contributing to the sound development of the electric construction business, the welfare of its members, and the national power business.
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