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AHK Korea Hosts Conference on German Biogas, Diesel Facility & Technology
By Lee Gap-Soo
Senior Writer
Jan Adolph, CEO of DABEC Consulting, delivers a speech on design and operation of modern biogas plants at Novotel Ambassador in downtown Seoul on Dec. 6, 2016.

AHK Korea, or the Korea-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KGCCI), held a conference on German biogas, diesel facility & technology at Novotel Ambassador in downtown Seoul on Dec. 6, 2016.

Over 100 company CEOs, executives, consultants, and other experts in the biogas plant equipment sector from Germany and Korea attended the event held under the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

Under the topic of "Renewable Energies in Germany at a Glance," Daniel Wewetzer, consultant of the ministry, introduced the Germany's advanced technology in the renewable energy field and the business professionalism.

Noting that the goal of the made-in Germany initiative for energy solutions is to contribute to climate protection and other countries' accommodation of renewable energy, he stressed that Korea and Germany need to promote bilateral exchanges, especially between companies, research centers and institutions.

Jan Adolph, CEO of DABEC Consulting, delivered a speech on design and operation of modern biogas plants.

Stressing that biogas production is necessary for various energy use, he said that anaerobic digestion method will provide provincial regions with economic, social and environmental benefits.

Meanwhile, Kim Hyun-ook, professor of University of Seoul, explained the current status of anaerobic digestion technology for biogas production in Korea.

Among the famous German companies that participated in the one-day meeting were Enspar Biogas Gmbh, FFE Solutions Gmbh, Weber Entec Gmbh & Co KG, and SUMA Ruhrtechnik Gmbh.




 

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