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4th Korean-German Energy Day

“Net Zero: Embrace the opportunities of the Energy Transition”

7th December 2022

Venue: Vienna House, Landsberger Allee 106, 10369 Berlin
Language: English – Korean (Simultaneous translation)
Moderation: Gunnar Will, Senior Manager, adelphi

09:00-16:45 CET

 “Shaping the transformation to a net-zero energy system”

09:00 – 09:15

Opening and Welcome

  • Gunnar Will 
    Senior Manager, adelphi

09:15 – 10:00

Introductory Keynotes

  • Dr. Patrick Graichen 
    State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK)
  • Young-Ghil Cheon
    Deputy Minister for Energy Industry, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE)
  • Danielle Jarski
    CDO Offshore Wind, RWE Renewables GmbH
  • Seong-Jun Bae
    Vice President for Energy Strategy, SK ecoplant

10:00 – 10:45

“Pathways towards a green Economy – Economic Opportunities of the Energy Transition”

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Panelists:

  • Dr. Eike Blume-Werry
    Advisor Energy- and Climate Politics, The Federation of German Industries (BDI) 
  • Elena Cantos
    Project Manager, Renewable Energy Agency 
  • Dr. Sang-Lim Lee 
    Research Fellow, International Energy Organization Cooperation Team, Center for International Energy Cooperation, Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI)
  • Sung-Joo Lee
    Executive Director, Office of Energy Policy, Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP)
  • Dong-Min Byun 
    Managing Director for Renwable Energy Divison, Korea East-West Power

10:45 – 11:15

Coffee Break & Networking

Focus Session: “Green Hydrogen for a net zero industry”

11:15 – 11:20

Welcome back by the moderator

  • Gunnar Will
    Senior Manager, adelphi

11:20 - 12:45

“Clean Hydrogen for a Green Recovery? Current Status and Industry Examples”

Moderator:

  • Jana Narita 
    Manager, adelphi

11:20 - 12:00

Presentations:

  • Germany’s hydrogen policy | Anton Hufnagl, Deputy Head of Division, General issues of international climate and energy cooperation, BMWK
  • Korea’s hydrogen policy | Mansik Kim, Deputy Director, MOTIE
  • Presentation hydrogen pilot project GER | Tim Heisterkamp, Head of Technology & Environmental Policy, Linde
  • Presentation hydrogen pilot project GER | Carsten Hasbach, Senior Director Government Affairs, Siemens Energy
  • Presentation hydrogen pilot project KOR | Sang-Jin Moon, Vice President for R&D/New Business Division, Doosan Fuel Cell Co., Ltd

12:00 - 12:45

PANEL DISCUSSION:

  • Dr. Matthias Deutsch
    Programme Lead Hydrogen, Agora Energiewende
  • Hyejin Lee
    Director, Business Coordination Center, H2KOREA
  • Tim Heisterkamp
    Head of Technology & Environmental Policy, Linde
  • Sang-Jin Moon
    Vice President for R&D/New Business Division, Doosan Fuel Cell Co., Ltd

12:45 – 14:15

Networking Lunch

Focus Session: Energy Efficiency – how to wake the sleeping giant?

14:15 – 14:30

Welcome back by the moderator

  • Gunnar Will
    Senior Manager, adelphi

14:30 – 15:10

Energy Efficiency Best Practices

Moderation:

  • Prof. Peter Radgen
    IER, Stuttgart University

Presentations:

  • Introduction by Prof. Peter Radgen, Professor for Efficient Energy Use, IER Stuttgart University
  • Energy Efficiency Best Practice: "Plans on the Stabilization of Power System and Energy Efficiency Based on Microgrid Energy Management System” | Chongtai Park, Manager of Smart City Business Team, KEPCO KDN
  • Energy Efficiency Best Practice | Dr. Manuel Unger, Project Lead Energy Services, Freudenberg Sercive KG 

Time for Q&A

15:10 – 15:30

Coffee Break & Networking

15:30 – 16:30

Energy Efficiency Policy and the Effectiveness of Policy Measures

Moderation:

  • Prof. Peter Radgen
    IER, Stuttgart University 

Presentations:

  • Energy Efficiency Policy in Korea | Dr. Ji-Hyo Kim, Energy Carbon Neutrality Research Group, Energy Demand Management Research Team, Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI)
  • Energy Efficiency Policy in Germany | Michael Müller, Director Energy Efficiency, German Energy Agency (dena)

PANEL DISCUSSION: 
 

  • Dr. Andrej Guminski
    Managing Director, Ffe München
  • Dr. Ji-Hyo Kim
    Energy Carbon Neutrality Research Group, Energy Demand Management Research Team, Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI)
  • Chongtai Park,
    Manager of Smart City Business Team, KEPCO KDN
  • Michael Müller 
    Director Energy Efficiency, German Energy Agency (dena)

16:30 – 16:45

Wrap up and outlook

  • Su-Kyung Hong
    Director, Energy Technology Division, MOTIE
  • Anton Hufnagl
    Deputy Head of Division, General issues of international climate and energy cooperation, BMWK


Background and scope of the event:

As industry-based economies Korea and Germany face similar challenges when it comes to shaping their energy system’s future. Both countries aim to significantly reduce their carbon emissions by increasing energy efficiency and the usage of renewable energy while reducing the reliance on fossil fuels. Both countries also see green hydrogen as one pillar of their future energy system. This event will explore the opportunities and challenges of pursuing a net-zero energy system given the current state of global energy insecurity.

It provides a platform for energy experts from government, industry, research and civil society to exchange views and learn from each other’s experiences. The overall focus of the event is to showcase the existing technologies which can be utilized to the benefit of Korea and Germany’s carbon neutrality goals.