5th Korean-German Energy Day
Tackling the Climate and Energy Crisis: The Role of Offshore Wind, Grid Expansion and Digitalization
26th May 2023 | Physical Conference | BEXCO, Busan, Korea
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) and the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE), we are pleased to announce that the 5th Korean-German Energy Day will be held as a physical conference on 26 May 2023 in Busan, Korea.
The Korean-German Energy Day is part of the Korean-German Energy Partnership, which was established between the two ministries in December 2019. The annual event provides a platform for energy experts from government, industry, research and civil society to share opinions, interact and learn from one another.
The ongoing global energy crisis continues to affect the economies of both Korea and Germany. Higher gas and energy prices are among the problems that have arisen. Meanwhile, climate change is becoming an ever more pressing global concern. This year's Korean-German Energy Day will take a look at the question how to reconcile both crises. It will show both countries' energy policies in the wake of the global energy crisis and discuss strategies for the necessary expansion of renewable energy. In particular, the conference will focus on offshore wind development and the role of grids, as well as smart grids and new business models to support the energy transition.
The conference will be translated simultaneously between Korean / English.
Sign up to the event under this link.