KEPCO E&C

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KEPCO E&C
Public
Industry Engineering
Founded 1975; 42 years ago (1975)
Headquarters Gimcheon, North Gyeongsang, South Korea
Key people
Park Koo-Woun (President and CEO)
Products Nuclear and thermal power plants
Services Designing, engineering, and constructing of power plants
Number of employees
2,336(2016)
Parent Korea Electric Power Corporation
Website www.kepco-enc.com/eng/index.do

KEPCO E&C (full name: KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, INC., formerly: KOPEC) is a power plant design and engineering company in South Korea. It was established in 1975 as a public enterprise. KEPCO E&C engages in designing, engineering, and constructing nuclear and fossil power plants. The company operates as a subsidiary of Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO).

KEPCO E&C is providing total integrated Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services. It has designed and built a total of 14 nuclear power plants using their own technology, including the development of APR1400 next-generation nuclear power plant. The company has also designed and built over 40 coal power plants and combined cycle & cogeneration plants. In 2006, KEPCO E&C won the 'Be award', Plant:Multidiscipline Engineering, for the Shin-Kori Nuclear Power Plant in Korea.[1]

KEPCO E&C became the world's first business to develop the low-temperature DeNOx catalyst.[2]

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