Country:Korea
Year:2009
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2009
Date Amended:

2014 (Last amendment)

Policy Type:Policy Support>Strategic planning, Policy Support
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Transport, Transport systems, Modal shift, Buildings, Existing buildings, Buildings, New buildings, Buildings, Energy Class, Net Zero Energy, Buildings, Building Type, Residential, Buildings, Building Type, Non-residential, Buildings, Building Type, Industrial, Industry, Industry, Industrial subsectors, Cross-industry, Transport, Transport, Transport systems, Multi-Sectoral Policy
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Wind, Onshore, Solar, Solar photovoltaic, Ocean, Tidal, Bioenergy, Biofuels for transport, Geothermal, Power
Policy Sector:Electricity
Climate Change Policy Targets:Transport, Buildings, Non-Residential, Buildings, Residential, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Geothermal, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Ocean, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Solar Photovoltaic, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Wind, Industry, Framework/ Multi-sectoral Policy
Agency:Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy
URL:http://english.motie.go.kr/
Energy Efficiency Description:

Since 2008 the Korean government has established the National Energy Naster Plan every five years covering next 20 years. In January 2014 the Korean government announced the 2nd National Energy Master Plan up to 2035. The plan outlines future energy policy direction, such as the realization of low-carbon society, and calls for energy security increase, rational use of energy, and environment protection. The government will actively support the development and deployment of non-fossil energy such as new and renewable energy and nuclear, along with energy demand-side management. Climate change is also viewed as an urgent issue, and the government will facilitate the carbon market and promote the public energy saving activities. The plan sets various energy targets: to reduce final energy consumption by 13% below BAU level by 2035, and to achieve the share of 11% of renewable energy in total energy consumption by 2035.

Renewable Energy Description:

Since 2008 the Korean government has established the National Energy Naster Plan every five years covering next 20 years. In January 2014 the Korean government announced the 2nd National Energy Master Plan up to 2035. The plan outlines future energy policy direction, such as the realization of low-carbon society, and calls for energy security increase, rational use of energy, and environment protection. The government will actively support the development and deployment of non-fossil energy such as new and renewable energy and nuclear, along with energy demand-side management. Climate change is also viewed as an urgent issue, and the government will facilitate the carbon market and promote the public energy saving activities. The plan sets various energy targets: to reduce final energy consumption by 13% below BAU level by 2035, and to achieve the share of 11% of renewable energy in total energy consumption by 2035.  Moreover, South Korea also seeks to emerge as a major renewable products manufacturer and target to cover 20% of the global solar manufacturing market by 2030 from about 5% in 2008.

 

 

Climate Change Description:

Since 2008 the Korean government has established the National Energy Naster Plan every five years covering next 20 years. In January 2014 the Korean government announced the 2nd National Energy Master Plan up to 2035. The plan outlines future energy policy direction, such as the realization of low-carbon society, and calls for energy security increase, rational use of energy, and environment protection. The government will actively support the development and deployment of non-fossil energy such as new and renewable energy and nuclear, along with energy demand-side management. Climate change is also viewed as an urgent issue, and the government will facilitate the carbon market and promote the public energy saving activities. The plan sets various energy targets: to reduce final energy consumption by 13% below BAU level by 2035, and to achieve the share of 11% of renewable energy in total energy consumption by 2035. 

This record supersedes:The second national energy master plan 2013-2035

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