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Boryeong City and Korea Rural Community Corporation sign a business agreement for the development of a public-led solar power integration complex

Boryeong City signed a business agreement with the Korea Rural Community Corporation to develop a public-led solar power integration complex. On the 29th, Boryeong City signed a business agreement between Boryeong City and the Korea Rural Community Corporation regarding the Boryeong City public-led solar power integration complex development project in the city hall situation room with Mayor Kim Dong-il and Korea Rural Community Corporation President Lee Byeong-ho in attendance.

This agreement ceremony was prepared to establish a collaboration system for full-scale joint development through prior consultation with the Korea Rural Community Corporation, the site owner and management organization, from the initial stage in order to successfully promote this project.

For the public-led solar power integration complex development project, the city has been providing a forum for active communication through village head councils, resident information sessions, etc., starting with local government-led site discovery starting in 2023.

In addition, on the 22nd, efforts were made to secure resident acceptance by appointing village representative civilian members and public interest members who are experts in each field through the public-private council.

The plan is to submit a business plan for designating an integrated complex to the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy in the first half of this year, and the goal is to construct the complex in the second half of 2026.

Currently, we are pursuing the goal of generating about 202 MW of solar power generation in the land area of ​​Boryeong Lake and Hongseong Lake, which are the project targets. In the future, we plan to add power generation capacity by developing and installing additional solar power complexes such as floating solar power plants in Boryeong Lake and Hongseong Lake as part of the second phase of the project. am.

The city is seeking to revitalize the region by converting from coal-fired power generation to green energy, such as building the world’s largest blue hydrogen plant, eco-friendly mobility, and hydrogen production facilities using biogas, and promoting large-scale new and renewable energy projects such as solar power and offshore wind power. We are pursuing the commercialization of energy pension through regional profit sharing in connection with .

Mayor Kim Dong-il said, “This business agreement ceremony is a symbolic first step toward becoming an energy green city and regional coexistence through energy business.” He added, “We are working closely with Boryeong City and the Korea Rural Community Corporation to jointly develop a solar power integration complex.” “We will establish a collaboration system and realize an energy pension that utilizes new and renewable energy that is sustainable and co-prosperous for residents,” he said.

Queen Reporter Hana Choi Photo: Boryeong City

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