*  Insight publications
The IEA CHP and DHC Collaborative (Korea). Edition: 2013 , 34 pages. Type: Free. Subject: Clean energy technologies, Energy ...
https://www.iea.org/publications/insights/insightpublications/
*  Workshops: Hydrogen Roadmap Asia Workshop July 2014
Hydrogen Industry and Association of Korea. Junbom Kim, Korea Hydrogen Industry Association ... Fuel Cell development in Korea. Jonghee Han, KIST. Hydrogen infrastructure - Regional roadmaps for H2 transmission and delivery ...
http://www.iea.org/workshops/hydrogen-roadmap--asia-workshop-july-2014.html
*  Workshops: 15th IEA-IETA-EPRI Annual Workshop on Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading
Sunhwa Chung, Permanent Delegation of Korea to the OECD. Session 3: Climate Finance and Carbon Markets: Friends or Foes?. This ... This session included an update on carbon pricing and carbon market developments in China, Korea, Kazakhstan, and India. It ...
http://www.iea.org/workshops/15th-iea-ieta-epri-annual-workshop-on-greenhouse-gas-emission-trading.html
*  Transport
Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association and National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa); 4) public ...
http://www.iea.org/etp/etpmodel/transport/
*  February: WEO Analysis: A sea change in the global oil trade
India and Southeast Asia more than offsetting declines in Japan and Korea. Asia's share of global crude oil imports therefore ...
https://www.iea.org/newsroom/news/2018/february/weo-analysis-a-sea-change-in-the-global-oil-trade.html
*  Publications
The IEA CHP and DHC Collaborative (Korea). CHP/DHC Country Scorecard: Korea. 2013. Free. Clean energy technologies, Energy ... Energy Policies of IEA Countries - The Republic of Korea 2012 Review. 2012. Country Review (Book). Energy policies. ... Energy Policies of IEA Countries - Republic of Korea 2006 Review. 2006. Country Review (Book). Energy policies ... Oil and Gas Emergency Policy - Korea 2011 update. 2011. Free. Energy security ...
http://www.iea.org/countries/membercountries/korea/publications/
*  IEA - Korea
The Law on the Rationalised Use of Energy (Articles 17 and 18) and MOCIEs notification No. 1998-99 of 27 October 1998 established fuel efficiency targets to encourage automobile manufacturers to make vehicles more efficient. The target was to improve fuel economy within each vehicle category by 5% by 1996 and 10% by 2000 over the 1991 base year. The overall weighted average fuel economy target would be 14.3 km/litre in 1996 based on the 1991 estimate of 13.6 km/litre. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/korea/name-22272-en.php
*  IEA - Korea
Home » Policies and Measures » PAMS » Korea. Building GHG & Energy Target Management Scheme ... Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (MOTIE), Korea Energy Agency (KEA) URL:. http://www.energy.or.kr/renew_eng/main/main.aspx ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/korea/name-50454-en.php
*  IEA - Korea
Regional Deployment Program is financed by KEMCO and is managed by local governments to facilitate the use of new and renewable energy.. The Regional Deployment Program consists of an Infrastructure Build-Up Program and a Demonstration Program.. The Program provides loans for the production and purchase of facilities using new and renewable energy at 4.75% interest with a three-year grace and five-year repayment period.. Production incentives are available where renewables based electricity is purchased by a government-owned utility at the rate equivalent to the average retail price set by the Electricity Law. Electricity generated by hydro and wind power projects is paid at the same rate. PV is not yet commercially viable and not subject to the scheme.. Tax incentives are offered in the form of income tax credits and compensate 10% of the total investment. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/korea/name-21839-en.php?s=dHlwZT1yZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9yZW5ld2FibGVlbmVyZ3kvIj5SZW5ld2FibGUgRW5lcmd5PC9hPjwvbmF2Pg,,
*  IEA - Korea
The energy supply companies KOGAS, the state-owned monopoly Korea Gas Company, KEPCO, the Korea Electric Power Corporation, a ... majority state-owned company and KDHC, the Korea District Heating and Cooling Corporation implement load management programmes ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/korea/name-22266-en.php?s=dHlwZT1lZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9lbmVyZ3llZmZpY2llbmN5LyI-RW5lcmd5IEVmZmljaWVuY3k8L2E-PC9uYXY-
*  IEA - Korea
Since 2008 the Korean government has established the National Energy Naster Plan every five years covering next 20 years. In January 2014 the Korean government announced the 2nd National Energy Master Plan up to 2035. The plan outlines future energy policy direction, such as the realization of low-carbon society, and calls for energy security increase, rational use of energy, and environment protection. The government will actively support the development and deployment of non-fossil energy such as new and renewable energy and nuclear, along with energy demand-side management. Climate change is also viewed as an urgent issue, and the government will facilitate the carbon market and promote the public energy saving activities. The plan sets various energy targets: to reduce final energy consumption by 13% below BAU level by 2035, and to achieve the share of 11% of renewable energy in total energy consumption by 2035. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/korea/name-24408-en.php?s=dHlwZT1lZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9lbmVyZ3llZmZpY2llbmN5LyI-RW5lcmd5IEVmZmljaWVuY3k8L2E-PC9uYXY-
*  IEA - Korea
Home » Policies and Measures » PAMS » Korea. Basic Plan for the Promotion of the Development, Use and Diffusion of New and ... Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (MOTIE), Korea Energy Agency (KEA) URL:. http://www.energy.or.kr/renew_eng/main/main.aspx ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/korea/name-22120-en.php?s=dHlwZT1jYyZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9jbGltYXRlY2hhbmdlLyI-Q2xpbWF0ZSBDaGFuZ2U8L2E-PC9uYXY-
*  IEA - China
The 2006 Renewable Energy Law stipulates that the additional cost of integrating electricity from renewable energy sources should be shared among the entire electricity system. The 2006 Law then included the Renewable Energy Surcharge, a fixed tariff added to the price of each kWh of electricity sold through the grid. The revenue generated by this premium is then to be splited among power distributors and utilities to balance the higher price they have to pay for electricity from renewable energy sources.. In 2006, the renewable energy Premium amounted to CNY 0.001/kWh, equivalent of USD 0.00015. Successive revisions rose it to CNY 0.004/kWh in 2009 to keep paste with the dramatic increase in electricity generation from renewable sources. In December 2011, the Surcharge for electricity generated from renewable energy sources increased to CNY 0.008/kwh, equivalent of USD 0.0012. ...
https://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/china/name-24849-en.php?s=dHlwZT1yZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9yZW5ld2FibGVlbmVyZ3kvIj5SZW5ld2FibGUgRW5lcmd5PC9hPjwvbmF2Pg,,
*  IEA - Finland
This programme aimed to increase the market competitiveness of renewable energy sources as part of the National Climate Strategy of 2001. The Finnish Ministry of Trade and Industry issued in November 1999 a comprehensive programme to increase the use of renewable energy by 50% compared to 1995 levels and 30% to 2001 levels by 2010. Grants for renewable energy use account for 200 million Finnish marks (€33 million) and subsidies in energy taxation reach a total of 300 million marks (€50 million) annually. The cornerstone of the programme is to enhance use of biomass, which accounts for 90% of the proposed increase. Installations using thermal pumps cover 4% of the planned extra capacity and both wind farms and hydropower plants each account for 3% of the target. The ministry is also expecting solar cell technology to fulfil 0.5% of the future increase ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/finland/name-21113-en.php
*  IEA - Costa Rica
Decree 9254 approves bilateral loans with the Japanese Government and the European Investment Bank for the financing of geothermal projects larger than 50MW to be developed by the national utility Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE).. The projects - Pailas II and Borinquen I and II - are expected to generate 55 megawatts each and will be developed by ICE in an area near the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park. ICE expects all three projects to be fully operational by 2020. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/costarica/name-160889-en.php
*  IEA - Canada
This contribution programme will support the removal of regulatory barriers to enable the harmonisation of provincial/territorial regulations in order to adopt emissions-reducing technologies in the Canadian Trucking Industry, as well as support an increase in the freight transportation industrys participation in air emissions reduction initiatives. In the short-term, Canadian provinces and territories agree to consider amending their regulations to permit the implementation of emissions-reducing technologies in the trucking industry; and agree to the removal of regulatory barriers that will enable harmonisation of provincial/territorial regulations. In the long-term, regulatory barriers will be removed and best practices developed in a harmonised approach across Canada, allowing for the implementation of emissions-reducing technologies in the trucking industry, and achieving the ultimate outcome of a reduction of GHG emissions and air pollutants in the trucking industry. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/canada/name-24641-en.php?s=dHlwZT1lZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9lbmVyZ3llZmZpY2llbmN5LyI-RW5lcmd5IEVmZmljaWVuY3k8L2E-PC9uYXY-
*  IEA - Canada
The Government of Canada established two complementary funds ($125 million in federal budget 2000) to stimulate investment in innovative municipal infrastructure projects and environmental practices by Canadian municipal governments and their public and private-sector partners. There are two funds: the Green Municipal Enabling Fund (GMEF) - C$25 million; and the Green Municipal Investment Fund (GMIF) - C$100 million. GMEF provides grants for cost-shared feasibility studies to improve the quality of air, water and soil through greater energy efficiency, the sustainable use of renewable and non-renewable resources and more efficient water, waste and waste water management. GMIF supports the implementation of innovative environmental projects. Through GMIF, a municipal government can borrow at preferred interest rates of 1.5 per cent below the Bank of Canada bond rate. Partners are also eligible for loans at attractive rates. The Fund also provides grant funding for pilot projects with significant ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/canada/name-21171-en.php?s=dHlwZT1lZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9lbmVyZ3llZmZpY2llbmN5LyI-RW5lcmd5IEVmZmljaWVuY3k8L2E-PC9uYXY-
*  IEA - Germany
The Small-Scale Combustion Plant Ordinance sets maximum heat losses and pollution levels for combustion facilities with heat output of less than 1 MW (where solid fuels are used), less than 5 MW (liquid fuels) and less than 10 MW (gaseous fuels). The Ordinance of November 1996 amending the Small-Scale Combustion Plant Ordinance further reduced heat loss requirements in new and gas-fired heating systems. Heat losses in existing plants must be progressively reduced to these levels after a transitional period. The length of this transitional period depends on the operational status as well as on the nominal heat capacity of the combustion plant. It amounts to three to eight years from the date at which the amendment entered into force (i.e. 1 November 1996). ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/germany/name-21999-en.php?s=dHlwZT1lZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9lbmVyZ3llZmZpY2llbmN5LyI-RW5lcmd5IEVmZmljaWVuY3k8L2E-PC9uYXY-
*  IEA - Canada
Canada has enacted national regulations to implement new energy efficiency requirements negotiated under Annex VI of the International Maritime Organization's Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships.. The regulations require all vessels of 400 gross tonnage and above to have a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan on board, stating how each vessel will increase energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.. Additionally, under the regulations, new vessels of 400 gross tonnage and above must meet Energy Efficiency Design Index requirements that will increase energy efficiency by 30% by 2025. The Energy Efficiency Design Index requirements do not apply to domestic vessels voyaging only in Canadian waters, as it was found that applying the international standards to these vessels, which are smaller and use shorter routes, could result in increased emissions. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/canada/name-152536-en.php
*  IEA - Germany
The Ecodesign Directive constitutes the framework for the introduction of the harmonized standards with regard to ecodesign of energy-using products in the EU. During the recast of the Ecodesign Directive (2009/125/EC), its scope was extended to all energy-relevant products.. The EU Ecodesign Directive (2005/32/EC) was transposed into German law in 2008. The Energy-using Products Act (EBPG) was replaced in 2011 through the Energy-related Products Act (EVPG). The Energy-related Products Act (EVPG) contains the national law framework for the enforcement of product-specific implementing ecodesign measures laid down by the European Commission. The act also contains provisions on market surveillance in Germany. Implementing measures in force for energy-using and energy-related equipment in the TRS-sector: Lighting (04/2010),heating loop circulation pumps (01/2013), standby mode (01/2010), Fans (01/2013), external power supply (04 / 2010).Implementing measures for boilers and combi boilers; ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/germany/name-34688-en.php?s=dHlwZT1lZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9lbmVyZ3llZmZpY2llbmN5LyI-RW5lcmd5IEVmZmljaWVuY3k8L2E-PC9uYXY-
*  IEA - Vietnam
On 20th of June 2014 the regulation on feed-in tariff support for waste-to-energy power plants entered into force.. The tariff level is set to VND 2,114/kWh for power projects using solid waste and VND 1,532/kWh for a period of 20 years. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/vietnam/name-140477-en.php
*  IEA - Ukraine
Main objectives of the Law on Promotion of Biological Fuels Production and Use No. 1391-V is to save fossil fuels, decrease Ukraine's dependency from energy imports, increase its energy security and decrease the negative impact on the environment caused by burning fossil fuels. This four objectives will be achieved via promotion of biofuels in Ukraine. Law introduces a definition of biofuels and its types (bioethanol, biogas, biomass, biodiesel, etc). In Ukraine companies of all legal organizational forms can engage in production and sale of biofuels. Biofuel types designed for sale as market products are subject to certification (except for products for own consumption). During the sale producer is obliged to present to the buyer documentation confirming the quality of the fuel. Production of bioethanol can be conducted in Ukraine by licensed entities of which Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine keeps a registry. Law does no provide for specific financial support for biofules. ...
http://www.iea.org/policiesandmeasures/pams/ukraine/name-38609-en.php?s=dHlwZT1yZSZzdGF0dXM9T2s,&return=PG5hdiBpZD0iYnJlYWRjcnVtYiI-PGEgaHJlZj0iLyI-SG9tZTwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy8iPlBvbGljaWVzIGFuZCBNZWFzdXJlczwvYT4gJnJhcXVvOyA8YSBocmVmPSIvcG9saWNpZXNhbmRtZWFzdXJlcy9yZW5ld2FibGVlbmVyZ3kvIj5SZW5ld2FibGUgRW5lcmd5PC9hPjwvbmF2Pg,,