Luncheon discussion

28.02.2018 | 10:00
- 13:00
Conrad Seoul Hotel, 6Fl. Studio 4


Jihee Jeong
Email: jhjeong(at)

“Lessons of the German Energy Transition for South Korea“





Creating a low-emission, sustainable and innovative energy system is among the most challenging issues in domestic and international policy. South Korea, as well as Germany, are facing tremendous challenges in the transformation of their national energy policies.

Against this background the Korean-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KGCCI) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) would like to invite you to a luncheon presentation and discussion on the topic:

“Lessons of the German Energy Transition for South Korea“ on 28th February 2018 in Seoul.
Venue: Conrad Seoul Hotel, 6Fl. Studio 4 – Time: 10:00-

We will present main findings of a KAS-funded study by the Climate Change Center Korea on experiences of the German "Energiewende" and lessons to be drawn for South Korea´s energy policy reform.
Our panel of leading Korean experts from academia and business will then discuss main challenges of the current energy policy in South Korea and future options. We will further look into changes in regional and global energy markets and how they affect domestic decisions and business models.
For further information, please find attached the agenda for our event.  

*Admission is free.

*Only for energy industry specialist.  

*Korean-English simultaneous interpretation will be offered.

*RSVP with fulfilled registration form by 20th of Feb.2018.

*The number of seats is limited. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming at our event.

*Contact Person

Ms. Jihee Jeong : 02-3780-4690,, Ms. Solki Kim :02-3780-4640,