Blue Print for Greenhouse Mission 2020 Stressed
By Arun Ranjit, Seoul, Nov. 18: The 4-day Korea Energy Exhibition 2015 began here Tuesday at KINTEX Hall located at Goyang-Si, Gyeonggi -do of Seoul, Korea.
The exhibition has 273 energy related companies' 1281 booths ranging from conglomerates like Samsung, Posco, LG to various other MNCs like JSVP, Goldwin and SMEs.
They are displaying and trying to net their business attracting over 1,000 visitors a day, said an organizer.
Besides the Korean companies, companies from 10 countries including China, Japan, Singapore are also displaying modern technology based solar, boiler, solar charger for cell phone, energy control technologies, unmanned battery vehicle, wind energy etc.
The exhibition (17-20 November) is being organized by the Korea Energy Agency (KEA) with the support of Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy of the Government of Republic of Korea.
Meanwhile, as a part of Show, Korea Energy Korea Forum 2015 was also organized.
The Forum attended by energy related distinguished high level government personalities, professors, multinational companies' CEOs, entrepreneurs from around the world has stressed the need to promote energy power to achieve greenhouse mission-2020.
Speakers at the Forum including KEA chief, CTO of Tesla Motors of the USA, official of International Energy Agency have stressed on the need of promotion of alternative energy source to downsizing the use of gasoline to promote the greenhouse mission 2020 and urged all to cooperate in bringing out the blue print for environmental protection.
Panel discussions were also held to bring energy sector most sufficient and efficient to growth and promote energy products to save human and environment of the globe.
Korea Energy Show is the government-level exhibition that KEA had been organizing since 1975.
As Nepal is facing power crisis some of the products being put up at the exhibition like solar cell charger which cost nearly US$ 40 and solar panel for power generation to be used for cooking, heating, boiling etc. activities for one modern house in urban areas of Nepal that cost around US$ 250 could be beneficial products.
Likewise, power wastage controller, wind power are also other products in the exhibition.
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