Internationalisation: VSB Group successful market entry in South Korea
Dresden, Germany / Seoul, South Korea - South Korea has set itself the goal of increasing the share of renewable energies from the current 7 % to 35 % by 2040. So far, South Korea has primarily met its energy needs through energy imports.
With a team of national and international wind experts, the "VSB Renewable Energy Korea Ltd." starts the planning process for a 35 MW wind farm in South Korea. In collaboration with an experienced local project developer, who complements VSB's expertise with knowledge of the specific market requirements and a strong local network, the technical skills of both companies are bundled in such a way that planning proceeds quickly and efficiently.
"South Korea has great potential in the field of renewable energies. That is why we are placing our commitment in this country on a stable foundation with strategic local partnerships in the long term”, says Dr. Joerg Dolski, Managing Director of VSB Neue Energien International GmbH.
Source: IWR Online, 17 Dec 2019