Industrial District Overview
- LocationDaechon-dong, Nam-gu
- Area of constructionⅠ 932,000㎢ Ⅱ486,000㎢
- Project periodⅠ 2016. ~2022. Ⅱ ’15. ~ ’22.
- Total project costⅠ KRW 297.8 billion Ⅱ KRW 133.2 billion
- Sale costⅠ 453,000 won/㎡ Ⅱ 411,000 won/㎡
- Project entityⅠ Gwangju Metropolitan City Ⅱ Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport
- Implementation of the projectGwangju Metropolitan City Corporation
- Businesses to attract
- Ⅰ- Electronic parts, electrical equipment, machinery, automobiles, R&D, etc.
- Ⅱ- R&D, electronic parts, electrical equipment, machinery, etc.
An Energy Covergence Complex in Association with the Korea Energy and Power Corporation (KEPCO)
- Building a control tower for support and promotion of companies specializing in the field of energy. “A General Support Center for Energy Convergence Complexes” (22.7 billion KRW).
- Gwangju-style Green New Deal, leading the way to an energy-independent city by 2045. Building a demonstration model of energy independence in public construction.
- Attracting key energy companies such as LS Electric, a globel smart energy company, and Incell, a lithium battery producer.
Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute
- Eight years in construction (2015-2022), 49,587㎡ of site area, 74.2 billion KRW.
- Developing new technology in future energy convergence.
- Developing key technology for power conversion and smart power distribution.
- Projects for platform development of multi-terminal direct current distribution (300 billion KRW), government-funded projects in association with the local government.
(Aiming for AI-based smart energy and digital energy service platforms.)
Testing and Certification Center for Redox Flow Battery
- Four years in construction (2019-2022), 10,000㎡ of site area, 25 billion KRW.
- Establishing a global foothold for redox flow batteries (RFB) for power storage.
- Establishing an ecosystem for the high-capacity, next-generation, rechargeable battery industry.
- Training professionals and developing equipment and technology for RFB testing and certification.
- Establishing an ecosystem for high-capacity, next-generation, rechargeable battery industry.
Korea Energy Engineering University
- Opens in, March, 2022
Fostering New Energy Industries in Connection with Electric Power Companies
"Fostering a new energy industry by linking with public utilities based on the potential of the abundant renewable energy location in the Honam region"
Gwangju-type energy self-sufficient city promotion according to Gwangju-type AI-Green New Deal vision announcement
Utilization of idle sites and roads (soundproof walls, soundproof tunnels) for public institutions
2035 Gwangju RE 100 implementation and 2045 energy self-sufficiency city transformation through solar power business and alternative energy industry
Gwangju Free Economic Zone Authority, Energy Team: +82-62-613-6071~4