South Korea's Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy this week announced plans to develop advanced rechargeable battery technology, mainly lithium-ion, and to become the top global supplier by 2012.
What does MOCIE stand for?
MOCIE stands for Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (South Korea)
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The energy produced by the system will be sold to Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) at a fixed price set by Korea's Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy for 15 years following the project commissioning.
Kim was joined at the agreement signing by other representatives of the Korean district energy industry, including Tae-Il Han, vice president, KDHC; Kwi Hyun Kahng, manager, KDHC; and Dong-Kyu Park, commercial attache of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy of Korea.
Under the law, representatives from eight ministries, including the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, the Ministry of Human Resources & Education, the Ministry of Finance and Economy and the Ministry of Planning and Budget, will set up a committee for developing the e-learning industry.
In an effort to establish itself as an e-business leader in the world, the Korean government has selected eleven industries to participate in the B2B Standardization Project, sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (MOCIE).
Anykey' was awarded "Good Design 2003" prize sponsored by Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy and awarded "KT mark (Excellent Korea Technology)" sponsored by Ministry of Science and Technology in Korea.
Key participants in these efforts are several government ministries, including the Ministry of Science and Communications and the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, as well as the Korea Investment Service Center (KISC), an arm of the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), a government-sponsored non-profit organization.