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Nov 12, 2012 , Office of University Communications
2012-11-16





















▲ From left, Dong-jo Kim, Manager of the Academic Affairs Department at the College of Engineering, Sang-bin Lee, Professor of Electricity, Electronics, and Electric Wave Engineering, Gil-soo Jang, Deputy Dean of Research of the College of Engineering, Soo-won Chae, Dean of the College of Engineering, Eric Leger, President of Schneider Electric Korea, Doo-yeol Choi, Managing Director of Schneider Electric Korea SE Academy, Hye-young Chung, Senior Vice President of Schneider Electric Korea HR & General Administration, Yoon-jung Lee, Senior Vice President of Schneider Electric Korea Marketing Communications

 

The Korea University College of Engineering signed an MOU with Schneider Electrics Korea (Eric Leger, president of Schneider Electrics Korea), a global energy management company, to develop a green campus and develop human resources for next generation energy businesses on October 16th in the conference room of the Korea University College of Engineering building.

 

As laid out in the MOU, Schneider Electric Korea will support cloud-based remote energy management solutions for the KU main library and buildings to develop a green campus at Korea University. The EOO solution will enable Korea University to monitor its energy use on campus. At the same time, installation of solar-charged eco-friendly LED lighting will support the operation of an eco-friendly campus.

 

Eric Leger, president of Schneider Electric Korea said, “Schneider Electric Korea recognizes energy is an issue not limited to industry but is a national concern and is making various efforts to raise the awareness of the general public.” He added, “Supporting students who will become future professionals is crucial. We hope to contribute to laying a more solid foundation for local energy businesses through cooperation with Korea University.”

 

Schneider Electric Korea has become a major participating company in Korea University’s Next Generation Energy Professionals Training Project (Advanced Track on Flexible Grid Technology) and will be launching various activities including scholarship and internship programs, working-level lectures, and free online university lectures on energy.

 

Based on their cooperative relationship, Schneider Electric Korea and Korea University will share information on energy saving and implementation, as well as running joint activities for publicizing energy saving and for training energy professionals.

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