Korea South East Power Co., Ltd was established on April 20, 2001 as an autonomous power company after having been spun off from KEPCO in a bid of the Korea Government’s organizational restructuring of the power industry. Currently, KEPCO owns 100% of KOEN ownership.
KOEN is operating and maintaining 10.71% power generation of total Korea’s 78.2 million Kw capacity. KOEN is currently running six power plants of a total capacity of 9,175,000Kw. On the basis of experience with 24 unit power plant construction and operation, KOEN is expanding its business area into the world such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, China, Thailand and Pakistan.
KOSEP/KOEN owns 50% shareholding in Nepal Water and Energy Development Company Limited.
For more information please visit KOEN website
Daelim is the engineering and construction arm of Daelim Group. It has a domestic credit rating of A+ for corporate bond issue and A2+ for CP issue. It has been consistently ranked top 5 among the South Korean construction companies by USD amount of contracts over the past five decades.
Starting with the construction of Chuncheon hydropower plant in 1961, Daelim has successfully delivered hydropower infrastructure. With high performance in water resource construction, Daelim is widely acknowledged to have the best technology in the S. Korean domestic market. Daelim has been involved in over 60 power projects with capacity of 50 GW and over 80 hydrocarbon & industrial projects worldwide.
For more information please visit Daelim Industrial website
Kyeryong is a S. Korea-based company mainly engaged in architectural and civil engineering industry. It has a domestic credit rating of BBB+ (Stable) for corporate bond issue. It has achieved a steady growth domestically over the past few years, and is poised to grow further with its overseas expansion efforts, most notably in Russia, and in Nepal through the Project.
As a general contractor dealing with civil work, building work, housing, plant, sports facility and urban park, Kyeryong experience includes S. Korean infrastructure such as expressways, railways, harbors, large scale housing complexes, industrial parks, office buildings, hospitals and research facilities. Kyeryong also has experience with multipurpose dams and river management projects such as Juam Dam, Woon-Mun Dam, Nakdong River Restoration, etc. Furthermore, Kyeryong is engaged in various overseas businesses actively in countries including UAE, Russia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan and Philippines, Bangladesh and Cambodia.
For more information please visit Kyeryong website
IFC is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in developing countries. IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, advances economic development and improves the lives of people by encouraging the growth of the private sector in developing countries.
IFC was founded in 1956 on a bold idea: that the private sector has the potential to transform developing countries. IFC has played an active role in numerous other areas, vital for Nepal’s growth, including tourism, agribusiness, transportation, trade finance, small businesses, and private equity and venture funds. IFC also works closely with the government of Nepal to help create an enabling business environment in the country.
For more information please visit IFC website