Korean com­pa­nies do­nate to PM’s Win­ston re­lief fund

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Three com­pa­nies from South Korea, which have projects here in Fiji, have con­tributed to­wards the Prime Min­is­ter’s Na­tional Dis­as­ter Re­lief and Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion Fund to help those af­fected by Cy­clone Win­ston. A renowned re­new­able en­ergy com­pany from South Korea, GS Power Co Limited do­nated $50,000 also to­wards the PM’s re­lief ap­peal fund. GS Power pres­i­dent Eung-Sik Kim, pre­sented his com­pany’s do­na­tion to Fi­jian Am­bas­sador to South Korea Fil­imone Kau. He ex­pressed his con­do­lences to fam­i­lies who had lost their loved ones dur­ing the cy­clone. GS Power is one of the in­vest­ment com­pa­nies, which is op­er­at­ing a com­bined heat and power plant with LNG-fired fu­elling sys­tem that em­anates 950megawatt elec­tric­ity and en­ergy for heat­ing and cool­ing for 300 busi­ness com­pa­nies and house­holds in South Korea’s cap­i­tal- Seoul. The com­pany has a joint-ven­ture busi­ness operation with Nabou Green En­ergy Ltd which is con­struct­ing 12MW biomass power plant in Navutu, Nadroga. Woo­jin In­dus­trial Sys­tems Co. Ltd do­nated F$20,000 and Astronergy So­lar Korea do­nated F$12,000 to Am­bas­sador Kau in Seoul. When mak­ing their do­na­tion Am­bas­sador Kau, the Chair­man of Woo­jin In­dus­trial, YoungChang Kim and chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer of Astronergy Jyh Ping Chang ex­pressed their deep­est sym­pa­thy to the be­reaved fam­i­lies who were af­fected by the trop­i­cal cy­clone and lost their homes and prop­erty. Woo­jin In­dus­trial Sys­tems is cur­rently work­ing on a Vil­lage Mi­cro-Grid (VMG) sys­tem for Na­mara Vil­lage in Ka­davu. Astronergy So­lar Korea is work­ing on the de­vel­op­ment of a 10megawatt so­lar farm project here in Fiji. Source: DEPTFO News

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