Funded Energy saving in construction in North Korea

Rhyokpho, North Korea

Funded Energy saving in construction in North Korea

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Agape international supports and trains North Korean experts in practical energy saving at the source by sharing know-how on energy efficient construction and the use of alternative energy sources (wind, sun, biogas, ...)

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Agape international continues to cooperate with the Non-Conventional Energy Development Center in Pyongyang. After the successful construction of small scale wind turbines this will be a next step for efficient energy use. Using the example of the new training center this will show how a low emission building could look like. Local material and know-how will be combined with state to art standard from Europe. The building will be a model for future buildings in cities of the country. During the project at least 100 local experts will be trained to be able to train others in this field again. The project will help the people to deal with the energy lack and improve their living conditions in the energy sector by supporting local initiatives to use alternative energies such as wind, sun, biogas etc.