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Minister Bernd Abeln leads
German Delegation to Seoul to Show Hessen
Vice Minister Bernd Abeln, Ministry of Economics, Transport, Urban and Regional Development of the Federal State of Hessen

On the occasion of the visit of Vice Minister Bernd Abeln, Ministry of Economics, Transport, Urban and Regional Development of the Federal State of Hessen, and his accompanying delegation, the KGCCI together with the German Embassy organised a delegation programme from the 23rd to the 28th of September 2006 in Korea.

The five participants of the German delegation presented their federal state to the Korean companies which had assigned 50 employees to the opening event.

The delegation programme also included a business matching for the German enterprise "GAUFF." On the 25th of September this Engineering Consulting Company met Korean counterparts e.g. "Samsung Everland." "Hyundai Engineering & Construction R&D Center" and "Shingang Hi-Tech Co." and successfully exchanged information.

Over the next few days the members of the delegation had meetings with various political and economical associations like the MOFAT and MOCIE. Moreover they visited companies like KOTRA, Invest Korea Plaza, SBA, Samsung, SBC and Merck.

Vice Minister Bernd Abeln and his delegation members


Korean Renewable Energy Delegation to Germany from the 3rd until 9th of September 2006

One of the most important aim of the Korean-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry is to intensify the business relationship between Korean and German companies. Especially the increasing importance of the renewable energy market offers best conditions for cooperation between both countries.

On the occasion of the 21st European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition in Dresden the KGCCI in cooperation with the Korea National Renewable Energy Association organized a Korean delegation to Germany.

This delegation trip offered a good opportunity to learn more about solar energy in Germany.

The program for the 36 participants consisted of two main parts:

Visiting the 21st European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and the Exhibition in Dresden and inspecting German companies and projects as for instance:

"Deutsche Solar AG" — one of the largest producers of mono- and multicrystalline silicon wafers for photovoltaic applications in Europe

"Solar-Fabrik AG" — one of the leading European manufacturer of high-quality solar technology with worldwide trade relations

"IST Anlagenbau GmbH" — one of the leading company of Solar Drying of Sewage Sludge

"SR Solar Technologies GmbH" — a developer of solar products for global application

"Bomin Solar GmbH" – a company for solar facades, sun shading systems and daylighting systems

"badenova, solar soccer stadium" with 220kW photovoltaics and a Stirling engine to heat the playheat

"Heliotrop Freiburg" — a rotating solar house with highest standards of architecture and environmental protection

"Plusenergiehaus®" — a multiple modular design system which produces more energy than it needs

"Vauban" — a new district where ecological, social, economical and cultural requirements meet

"Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems" — a developer of components, materials and processes in the areas of the thermal use of solar energy, solar building, solar cells, electrical power supplies, chemical energy conversion, energy storage and the rational use of energy.



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