HANNOVER MESSE 2020,
20 - 24 April
Korea Electric Power Corporation
To meet the Korean demand for electricity, KEPCO and its subsidiaries reliably and efficiently operate 60,269MW facilities.
Through the experience of establishing and running those facilities, we have developed our own technologies as well as accumulated extensive knowledge which can be readily tailored for various customer needs worldwide.
We have made great efforts to achieve an optimization of generation resources since the oil crisis in 1974.
KEPCO's dependency on oil for generation, which reached around 90% in the 1970s, is now about 7%, whereas dependency on nuclear and coal energy has greatly increased. Meanwhile, in response to strengthened environmental regulations and a rapidly- growing demand for electricity, we have increased the portion of combined-cycle power plants which use lean energy fuel.
Most combined-cycle power plants were constructed near metropolitan areas in the 1990s and have been displaying outstanding performances.
In particular, the Seoinchon Combined-Cycle Power Plant (3,600MW installed capacity) was awarded the 1993 Power plant Award for its operational excellency in achieving the highest thermal efficiency(49.58%) and the lowest emission of NOx(below 50ppm).
KEOCO's communication system is involved in all parts of the electric power system, such as transmission, substation and distribution systems. The Power IT system ...
KEPCO's nationwide multi-loop transmission grid transports electric power with high reliability. Monitoring and controlling systems ensure the safety of underground ...
KEPCO has highly credible power distribution systems which ensure stable power supply. In 2007, the rate of power loss in distribution was reduced to 3.99% while ...
There are 190 regional and local branch offices of KEPCO, each with jurisdiction over a business area that is divided based on the government's demarcation of provincial ...