KEPCO signed an agreement with the Korea Institute for Advancement of Techn ology (KIAT) and Naju Innovation Industrial Complex's corporate council at the KEPCO Art Center in Seoul on Jan. 22.
KEPCO CEO Kim Jong-gap, KIAT President Seok Young-chul, and Lee Nam, chairman of the council, attended the signing ceremony.
This agreement is aimed at supporting energy valley companies to enter overseas markets and win orders for overseas projects through the energy industry cooperation and development support project (ODA) in cooperation with each institution.
Energy Valley is a project to create a future growth ecosystem in which KEPCO and local governments work together to attract companies and research institutes centered on new energy projects. As of January 21, 501 companies have been attracted.
At the signing ceremony, KEPCO CEO Kim said, "We expect today's business agreement to greatly contribute to securing self-sustaining and competitiveness of energy valley companies, and KEPCO will actively support overseas network and technology capabilities to expand its market."