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KEA is a public agency that carries out national energy policies for energy efficiency improvement, new and renewable energy dissemination and climate change mitigation for smart and efficient demand side management based on Energy Use Rationalization Act.

Core values

  • Expertise

  • Integrity

  • Reliability

  • 01Energy Efficiency Program

    In light of the paradigm shift in energy policy from supply side policy to demand side policy, KEA expands its work scope to energy welfare programs and integrated energy management services to achieve the national target of 4.1% lower energy consumption and 3.8% improved energy intensity by 2017, compared to the BAU level.
    Top priorities include energy management systems, Combined Heat and Power, building energy management systems, raising fuel efficiency and dissemination of electric cars

  • 02Accelerating NRE Deployment

    KEA will expand the NRE markets by implementing RPS (Renewable Portfolio Standard) and RFS (Renewable Fuel Standard) to implement the Fourth Basic Plan to reach the national target of increasing NRE mix of the total primary energy supply to 11% by 2035.

  • 03Establishing GHG Reduction Base

    To achieve the national target of a 37% reduction of GHG emissions from the BAU scenario by 2030, KEA strengthens the climate change response in industries, manages GHG database, operates Target Management Scheme and implements climate change negotiation.

  • 04Energy Welfare, Communication & Cooperation

    Energy demand management is a policy of the people, by the people, and for the people, that cannot be performed without nationwide engagement and awareness. KEA hosts energy exhibitions and provides education for people at home and abroad for a smart energy society and climate change response.

  • 01Energy Efficiency Program

    In light of the paradigm shift in energy policy from supply side policy to demand side policy, KEA expands its work scope to energy welfare programs and integrated energy management services to achieve the national target of 4.1% lower energy consumption and 3.8% improved energy intensity by 2017, compared to the BAU level.
    Top priorities include energy management systems, Combined Heat and Power, building energy management systems, raising fuel efficiency and dissemination of electric cars

  • 02Accelerating NRE Deployment

    KEA will expand the NRE markets by implementing RPS (Renewable Portfolio Standard) and RFS (Renewable Fuel Standard) to implement the Fourth Basic Plan to reach the national target of increasing NRE mix of the total primary energy supply to 11% by 2035.

  • 03Establishing GHG Reduction Base

    To achieve the national target of a 37% reduction of GHG emissions from the BAU scenario by 2030, KEA strengthens the climate change response in industries, manages GHG database, operates Target Management Scheme and implements climate change negotiation.

  • 04Energy Welfare, Communication & Cooperation

    Energy demand management is a policy of the people, by the people, and for the people, that cannot be performed without nationwide engagement and awareness. KEA hosts energy exhibitions and provides education for people at home and abroad for a smart energy society and climate change response.

  • 이전버튼
  • 다음버튼
  • 01Energy Efficiency Program

  • 02Accelerating NRE
    Deployment

  • 03Establishing GHG
    Reduction Base

  • 04Energy Welfare, Communication & Cooperation

  • 01Energy Efficiency Program

  • 02Accelerating NRE
    Deployment

  • 03Establishing GHG
    Reduction Base

  • 04Energy Welfare, Communication & Cooperation

  • 37 %

    GHG reduction target of BAU level by 2030

  • 3.8 %

    Improving energy intensity by 2017

  • 11 %

    NRE target by 2035 of TPES

Management Principle

  • Creative KEA
  • Collaborative KEA
  • Clean KEA

Overview

  • Operating
    Budget

    70.6 billion won

  • Government
    commission

    1,308.9 billion won Loans and subsidies

  • Employees

    502

  • Date of
    establishment

    July 4, 1980

  • Organization

    July 4, 1980
    17 divisions
    1 affiliated institution

  • Type of institution

    Government Agency

  • Legal basis

    Article 45 Energy Use
    Rationalizaion Act