Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do, construction of new and renewable energy convergence and combined power generation

see the big picture
On the 19th, Gwangju City, Gyeonggi Province, signed a 'business agreement for the promotion of a green new deal convergence project for rural coexistence' with Korea East-West Power Co., Ltd. and Cowon Energy Service Co., Ltd. in the City Hall situation room.

On the 19th, Gwangju City, Gyeonggi Province, signed a ‘business agreement for the promotion of a green new deal convergence project for rural coexistence’ with Korea East-West Power Co., Ltd. and Cowon Energy Service Co., Ltd. in the City Hall situation room.
ⓒ Gwangju

View related photos

The city of Gwangju, Gyeonggi Province, announced on the 19th that it had signed a business agreement with Korea East-West Power Co., Ltd. and Cowon Energy Service Co., Ltd. to promote a green new deal convergence project for rural coexistence.

According to this agreement, the city will provide a site for the construction of new and renewable energy convergence and combined power generation facilities, and Korea East-West Power will provide five locations including the Gyeongan Clear Water Restoration Center, including ▲ solar power (10MW class) and fuel cells (12MW class). By constructing and operating renewable energy power generation facilities, Cowon Energy Service will supply city gas to areas that have not supplied city gas in the Habeoncheon-ri area as well as the construction of pipelines for supplying city gas.

In addition, the city plans to actively utilize local public property sites to support the establishment of clean energy production and conversion infrastructure, and to actively support administrative services such as licensing and licensing.

Based on the new and renewable energy that is newly constructed, this project will be expanded to include biogas utilization and aquaculture using fuel cell arrays in the future.

Gwangju Mayor Bang Se-hwan said, “The core of this project is to build new and renewable energy power generation facilities on idle sites with local environmental infrastructure in cooperation with local governments and public companies, and also to improve energy welfare by supplying city gas to rural areas where city gas is not supplied. is keeping the ,” he said.

Meanwhile, the signing ceremony for the realization of carbon-neutral 2050 was attended by Mayor Bang Se-hwan, East-West Power President Kim Young-moon, and Cowon Energy Service CEO Sa Kuk-jin.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *