|►DATE||Wednesday, October 24, 2018|
|►TIME||7:30am - 8:00am: Registration / Networking
8:00am - 9:30am: Breakfast / Speech / Q&A
|►VENUE||Spaces Gran Seoul, Business Club (7th Fl.)|
|►SPEAKER||Jae Chun Song
PD Solar, KETEP OSP/MOTIE
|Dr. Jone Oh
CEO, Blue Wind Engineering
Managing Director, ERM
|►TOPIC||Energy Transition: Korea’s transition to renewable energy sources|
|►COST||KRW33,000 for AMCHAM members
KRW55,000 for non-AMCHAM members
|►RSVP/PAYMENT BY||Noon, Tuesday, October 23, 2018
*No refunds for cancellations made after this date and time.
*Due to the room capacity we will be receiving RSVPs on a first-come-first-served basis
and no walk-ins will be allowed.
|►CONTACT||(email) firstname.lastname@example.org, (phone) 82.2.6201.2229|
|ABOUT THE SPEAKER|
|JC Song as a program director or solar PV at KETEP has lead the government supported R&D programs with the Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy(MOTIE) since 2015, after his 25 years career at Hanwha. JC’s prestigious academic appointments and engagements include his current role as a vice president & director of the BoD of KPVC and a fellow of Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers as well as a former director for KCRC. JC holds BS, MS, and Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from Seoul National University.
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|Dr. Jone Oh is a professional engineer with more than 30 years' industry experience across Onshore and Offshore Wind, Semi-conductor equipment and Automotive sector. Dr. Jone Oh authored several government reports for R&D roadmap and policy innovation strategy. Dr. Jone Oh holds Ph.D from Pennsylvania State University in Mechanical Engineering, and he has been a CEO of Blue Wind Engineering since 2014.
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|Mr. Steve Duckworth is a Senior Partner with ERM in North Asia and has over 30 year’s experience in Waste and Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) management in Europe and Asia. He is a Chartered Waste Manager with the United Kingdom’s Institute of Wastes Management and an Associate Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Steve was the Korea Country Manager for ERM for over 7 years.|
|MESSAGE FROM CO-CHAIRS|
|Dear AMCHAM members,
The power sector is transitioning towards a greater share of sustainable renewable energy technologies away from traditional hydrocarbon fired electricity supply. Renewable energy has seen remarkable growth in recent years in particular in solar and wind power. A key driver of the transition is concern over climate change: increasing carbon dioxide concentrations and global warming with associated extreme weather events, rising sea levels and increasing water scarcity. According to the World Wide Fund (WWF), the whole world could get all the power it needs from renewable resources by 2050, ending our reliance on fossil fuels and other depleting resources – but only if the right political, financial and societal decisions are made, and quickly.
Amid a global environmental crisis, renewable energy takes center stage. At this committee meeting we will look at the opportunities that exist in this space. We’ll be joined by experts in the wind, solar, and the environmental resource sectors to help us better understand what the Korean government’s latest energy plan highlighting 13GW of new renewable energy within the next few years is all about, and what it means for us in our daily lives and in our businesses.”
AMCHAM Energy & Environment Committee Co-Chairs
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