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[Information] 5th Korean-German Energy Day :Tackling the Climate and Energy Crisis: The Role of Offshore Wind, Grid Expansion and Digitalization

19 May 2023
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What is the energy partnership between Korea and Germany? It aims to strengthen the bilateral cooperation on topics such as the expansion and system integration of renewable energies, the acceptance of the energy transition, energy efficiency, nuclear decommissioning and innovative technologies such as smart grids, energy storage systems and green hydrogen.


TOPIC  l Tackling the Climate and Energy Crisis: The Role of Offshore Wind, Grid Expansion and Digitalization

WHEN  l 26 May 2023, 09:30-17:00

WHERE  l BEXCO Room 104+105 (Busan)

LANGUAGE  l English-Korean (Simultaneous interpretation

MODERATION  l Korean side

Please kindly see the attached file about "5th Korean-German Energy Day"



Agenda

09:30 – 09:45 Opening and Welcome
 • MC
 • Dr. Euy Seok Yang, Vice President, Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI)
• Dr. Ki Yeoung Kweon, President, Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP)
• Dr. Martin Henkelmann, President & CEO of Korean-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KGCCI)
Session 1: "Energy Policy in the Face of Multiple Crises"
09:45 – 10:30 Introductory Keynotes
 • Mr. Yong-ghil Cheon, Deputy Minister for Energy Industry Office of Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE)
• Mr. Peter Winkler, Deputy Head of Mission, German Embassy
• Mr. Minsoo Kim, Vice President of Korea Southern Power Corporation
• Mr. Sungho Hong, Country Managing Director of Siemens Energy Ltd. Korea & Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Korea 
10:30 – 11:15 Panel Discussion: Climate Crisis vs. Energy Security:
Reconciling Two Distinct Challenges
 • Panel Moderator: Mr.HeeJeep Kim, CEO of Eneridea & Professor of Seoul National University
- Dr. Suyi Kim, Professor of Hongik University & President of Korea Resource Economics Association
- Mr. Min Hyuk Park, Director of Korea Electric Power Research Institute(KEPRI)
- Dr. Falk Boemeke, Head of Division, General issues of bilateral climate and energy cooperation; cooperation with North America, East Asia, Oceania and Turkey, BMWK
  - Mr. Tony Ji-Yon Kim, Team Lead Green Energy, TÜV Süd Korea 
11:15 – 11:35 Coffee Break & Networking
Session 2: "Driving Offshore Wind Expansion and the Role of Grids"
11:35 – 11:40 Session Introduction by the MC
11:40 – 11:50 Renewable energy potential in Korea and Germany
 • Ms. Jana Narita, Senior Manager, Korean-German Energy Partnership Team, adelphi
11:50 – 12:15 Policies, status and perspectives for offshore wind development
in Korea and Germany
 • “Offshore wind Energy Development Strategy and Future Tasks in South Korea” Dr. Jung Chul Choi, Wind Program Director of KETEP
• “Offshore wind in Germany – status quo and perspectives” Anton Hufnagl, Deputy Head of Division, General issues of bilateral climate and energy cooperation; cooperation with North America, East Asia, Oceania and Turkey, BMWK
 Q&A with the audience (5 min)
12:15 – 13:05Panel Discussion: Challenges and solutions for grid expansion and optimization
 • Panel Moderator: Dr. BumSuk Kim, Professor of Wind Energy Engineering, Jeju National University
- Mr. Deok-Hwan Choe, Head of the communication department, Korea Wind Energy Industry Association (KWEIA)
- Ms. Janine Habethal, Senior Advisor for Political Affairs, TenneT
- Mr. David Jones, Head of Offshore Development & Country Manager RWE Renewables Korea
  - Mr. Young-soo Han, Senior Manager of power system planning Dept, KEPCO
13:05 – 14:20 Networking Lunch (Lunch Box)
Session 3: "Smart Grids and New Business Models
for Supporting the Energy Transition
14:20 – 14:25 Welcome Back by the MC
14:25 – 14:50 Regulatory framework for and status of smart grids ad=nd services in Korea and Germany
 • “Status  of framework and basic plan for dissemination of smart grid in Korea” Mr. Jong Cheon Son, Head of International Cooperation Team, Korea Smart Grid Institute (KGSI)
•  "Regulatory framework for and status of smart grids and services in Germany" Dr. Alexander Bogensperger, Head of Digital Innovation and Data Analytics, Ffe Muenchen
 Q&A with the audience (5 min)
14:50 – 15:35 Projects/ New business models
 • “Harnessing the power of big data: Development and Utilization for energy platform services” Mr. Jin Sung Kim, President of ToFather
• “Smart-grid based energy services to increase power system flexibility” Mr. Jung Sung Park, Senior Researcher of KEPCO
• "Title tba" Dr. Johanna Bronisch, Innovation Technologist, UnternehmerTUM
 Q&A with the audience (5 min)
15:35 – 15:55 Coffee Break & Networking
15:55 – 16:45 Panel Discussion:
How to market flexibility services and how to send required price signals?
 • Panel Moderator: Dr. Sungwoo Bae, Professor of Hanyang University
- Dr. Sanghak Lee, regional president, Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI)
- Ms. Jin-Yi Kim, General Manager of Korea Power Exchange (KPX)
  - Dr. Alexander Bogensperger, Ffe München

16:45 – 17:00 

 

Wrap up and outlook

 - Mr. Anton Hufnagl, Deputy Head of Division, General issues of bilateral climate and energy cooperation; cooperation with North America, East Asia, Oceania and Turkey, BMWK
 - N.N., MOTIE





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