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Korea Electric Corporations Association conducts full-scale relocation to Osong, Chungbuk-do
내용 Korea Electric Corporations Association conducts full-scale relocation to Osong, Chungbuk-do

-Korea Electric Corporations Association Headquarters and three affiliated organizations invested KRW 150 billion

In the small conference room of the provincial office on Apr 16, CBfez signed an investment agreement for the new construction and relocation of the Korea Electric Corporations Association Safety Technology Institute in the Osong Biopolis District with the Korea Electric Corporations Association (National Association), Korea Electricity Newspaper, and the Electric Industries Research Institute.

The signing ceremony was held in the presence of Chungbuk-do Governor Lee Si-jong, CBfez Director General Jeon Hyung-sik, Korea Electric Corporations Association Chairmen Ryu Jae-seon, Korea Electricity Newspaper President Yang Woo-seok, Korea Electric Corporations Association Vice Chairman Kim Sang-jin, and, Korea Electric Corporations Association Safety Technology Institute Chairman Chang Hyung-woo.

With a plan to invest KRW 150 billion in a site with a plot area of 43,900 m² (13,300 Pyeong) in the Osong Biopolis District from 2021 to 2023, Korea Electric Corporations Association has built its headquarters (national association) administration building and education building in preparation to relocate them together with its three affiliated organizations from Seoul.

The Association and its three affiliates plan to carry out tasks for education and research related to electrical construction, publication of electrical industry magazines, and spread of electrical industry safety culture in Osong, and in particular, to train about 40,000 people annually with a focus on human resources development projects. At the signing ceremony, Governor Lee Si-jong said, “The Osong Biopolis District is an area coveted by many companies and institutions because of its excellent geographical condition, so competition is fierce, ” adding, “With the relocation of the Korea Electric Corporations Association and three affiliated organizations to Osong, the Association will grow into an institution that contributes to the development of the electricity industry as well as revitalization of the local economy in Chungbuk-do.”

The Korea Electric Corporations Association, established in 1960 under the Article 25 of the Electric Construction Act as Korea’s only statutory organization in the electric construction business, , is composed of the national association in Seoul and 21 regional associations. With about 18,000 member companies, the Association is involved in government-consigned projects, training electrical construction technicians, and research.
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