KTR and Korea East-West Power Signed a 'Business Agreement to Support New Renewable Energy Business'
Discount on test fees for small and medium-sized businesses and promotion of overseas market entry
· Written by : So-Won Park / Journalist.
KTR (Korea Chemical Convergence Testing Institute) and Korea East-West Power joined
hands to help SMEs in the energy sector strengthen their competitiveness.
On March 20, KTR's President Oh-jung Kwon and Korea East-West Power's President
Il-Joon Park signed a business agreement at KTR's Gwacheon Office to discount test fees, advance overseas markets, and support new and renewable energy projects for SMEs.
According to the agreement, KTR decided to discount the test fee by 20% to about 1,300 companies of Korea East-West Power's partners.
In addition, the two organizations have agreed to support domestic companies'
acquisition of overseas certifications and advance into overseas markets, such as
exchanging specialized export support education and technical information, and to carry
out various cooperative activities to reduce GHG emissions and fine dust.
KTR Director Oh-Jeong Kwon said, “With this business agreement, we are able to actively utilize KTR's test and certification base and export support know-how to help the growth of power generation SMEs.” “Korea East-West Power and related industries are actively
engaged in various activities for public safety. We will continue to practice it.”
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