About Samsung Everland Inc.
Samsung Everland, a Samsung Group affiliate, was founded in 1963 and is organized into five different divisions: Energy & Asset, Resort, Food & Culture, Golf and Environmental Development. In particular, Samsung Everland Environment & Asset Division has been a premier energy solution and asset management services provider in Korea for over 20 years. With the advent of renewable and clean energy initiatives in Korea, Samsung Everland Environment & Asset Division has been at the forefront of the government's initiatives in promoting renewable energy by developing different renewable energy projects. For more information, visit www.everasset.com
About KOSEP (Korea South East Power Co.)
As a government owned power corporation, KOSEP owns and operates five power generation complexes, totaling approximately 14% of the total generation capacity in Korea. Among the six top generation companies in Korea, KOSEP has built its fame on renewable energy as well as Thermal and Combined cycle power plant, integrating well its construction, operation and commissioning abilities. Serving as a power generation company more than 50 years, we put all our effort and resources to be a global power leader by providing high-quality electricity all over Korea at reasonable prices. For more information, please visit www.kosep.co.krAbout UTC Power UTC Power is part of United Technologies Corp. (UTC), which provides energy-efficient products and services to the aerospace and building industries. Based in South Windsor, Conn., UTC Power is the world leader in developing and producing fuel cells that generate energy for buildings and for transportation, space and defense applications. UTC Power has designed, manufactured, and installed more than 300 stationary fuel cells in 19 countries on six continents. For more information, please visit www.utcpower.com Contact: Jennifer SagerPhone: 860-727-2485 Jennifer.Sager@utcpower.com SOURCE UTC Power