The workshop was hosted by: Korea Institute of Energy Technology and sponsored by: Korean Energy Management Corporation Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy “DSM – Most Desirable Policy Option for the Future” To read the workshop program click HERE Presentations made at the workshop: Plenary Session Energy Policies of Korea.
Seoul, Korea, 18 April, 2007
“DSM – Most Desirable Policy Option for the Future”
To read the workshop program click HERE
Presentations made at the workshop:
Energy Policies of Korea – presented by Ms. Young hee Kwon, Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, MOCIE, Korea
DSM – a way to improve the performance of energy systems – Overview of IEA DSM Activities – presented by Mr. Hans Nilsson, Chairman of the IEA DSM Programme.
DSM Activities (Domestic)
Market Transformation for Energy Efficient Appliances – motors , lighting equipment and standby power – presented by Mr. Yungrae Kim, Korea Energy Management Corporation, KEMCO, Korea.
Demand Side Management of KEPCO – presented by Mr. Geum Young Jung, Power Trading and DSM Dept, Korea Electric Power Corporation, KEPCO, Korea.
ESCO and Thermal Energy Storage for DSM in Korea – presented by Dr. Jein Yoo, Korean Association for Energy Service Companies, KAESCO, Korea.
The Current Status and Prospect of Distributed Generation in Korea – presented by Dr. Young Seok Jung, Korea Institute of Energy Research, KIER, Korea.
DSM Activities (International)
USA Activities on DSM (Demand Response & Energy Efficiency) – presented by Larry Mansueti, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, U.S. Department of Energy, USA.
Australian Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Activities – presented by Dr. David Crossley, Energy Futures Australia, EFA, Australia.
Demand Response in Nordic Countries – presented by Mr. Seppo Kärkkäinen, VTT, Finland.
DSM and Energy Services in Japan – presented by mr. Jun Kawana, Japan Facility Solutions, JFS, Japan.
DSM Policy Initiatives in India – presented by Mr. Saurabh Kumar, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power, India.