IRNA — Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power in Iran (Tavanir) and South Korean KEPCO Company signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) in the field of electric industry here on Saturday.
Managing Director of Tavanir Aarash Kurdi and Executive Vice-President for Overseas Operation of KEPCO Hyang-Reol Lyu signed the MoU.
In a signing ceremony, Kurdi said that the first MoU is in the field of CDM, which by technical assistances of the South Korean side; the collecting, refining and recycling SF6 gas is to become operational in Iran.
He added that SF6 is frequently used as insulator in high-voltage electrical equipment and using the gas in world electric industry is under international protocols and now the Korean side is to share its know-how with Iran in this concern.
Concerning the second MoU, KEPCO is to launch energy saving system in Iran and implement a probationary project that in case of success, the system could be used in high-rise building, hospitals.
KEPCO Vice-President hoped that cooperation with Tavanir to be promoted to higher levels.