Korea South-East Power and Korea Energy Agency will jointly promote overseas greenhouse gas emissions reduction projects.
Korea South-East Power announced on May 19 that it has signed an MOU on developing overseas projects to combat climate change with Korea Energy Agency and the Climate Change Center at the Millennium Hilton Hotel in Seoul.
Under this agreement, the three will go ahead with a 1 MW photovoltaic power generation project in Myanmar, which combines agriculture and solar power generation.
For future projects, Korea South-East Power will take charge of project development, investment and support activities. The Climate Change Center will take care of local networking through cooperation with greenhouse gas reduction projects at home and abroad and the Green Climate Fund.
Korea Energy Agency will carry out feasibility studies on overseas climate change response projects based on its own overseas advancement platform.