Thermal (steam) power generation

A thermal power station is a type of power station in which heat energy is converted to electrical energy. In a steam-generating cycle heat is used to boil water in a large pressure vessel to produce high-pressure steam, which drives a steam turbine connected to an electrical generator. The low-pressure exhaust from the turbine enters a steam condenser where it is cooled to produce hot condensate which is recycled to the heating process to generate more high pressure steam. This is known as a Rankine cycle.

Electric power transmission

Electric power transmission is the bulk movement of electrical energy from a generating site, such as a power plant, to an electrical substation. The interconnected lines which facilitate this movement are known as a transmission network. This is distinct from the local wiring between high-voltage substations and customers, which is typically referred to as electric power distribution. The combined transmission and distribution network is part of electricity delivery, known as the electrical grid.

Electric power distribution

Distributing the transmitted electricity from distribution substations to necessary places such as homes and factories

Solar thermal energy

Solar thermal energy (STE) is a form of energy and a technology for harnessing solar energy to generate thermal energy for use in industry, and in the residential and commercial sectors.

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Welcome to KOEMA!

Korea Electrical Manufacturers Association is the organization which was founded in 1990 under article of the Industrial Development Act to contribute to the promotion of Korea’s electrical industry and the development of Korea’s national economy.

Dongjin Electric Co., Ltd.

Dongjin Electric Co., Ltd. was established in 1971 from Dongjin Electric Industry. Dongjin Electric’s main business groups include motor products and generators, and is also entering the geared motor field.

K-electric Vietnam office member company product

① Predictive maintenance & Power facility preventive diagnosis system

② Remote monitoring control Management & Smart power control system

③ Renewable Energy

④ Power Equipment

The k-electric Vietnam office is participating in the development of the electric equipment business in Vietnam.

K-Electric Power Equipment center

The best of the best

Park Byungil


Shin Youngsoo

AdviserHigh-voltage cable

Lee Haichin

AdviserHeavy Electric quipment

Kim Seyeol


Chun Hongdea


Why Choose Us?

Entering Vietnam

Entering Vietnam is an opportunity for Korean companies to expand their consumer market. Vietnam has a population of over 100 million and growing non-stop. There is a large share of young people, and average incomes continue to rise. So, Vietnam will be a potential consumer market for Korean companies’ products. Companies wishing to enter Vietnam can enter Vietnam by utilizing the KOEMA Vietnam office, even if they do not have a Vietnam-based corporation and sales network required for entry into Vietnam.

Product introduction to Vietnam

By utilizing the KOEMA Vietnam office, technical sales personnel from the KOEMA
Vietnam office visit the Vietnamese customers of Korean companies in Vietnam and
introduce Korean companies and products on behalf of them, thereby increasing sales.

Securing a bridgehead to enter the global market

In recent years, Vietnam has continued to negotiate and sign trade agreements with many countries, economic regions and both sides of the world. Vietnam has always emphasized deep and broad cooperation with the global economy. For this reason, entering Vietnam is an opportunity to expand the size of the company and the consumer market. And by utilizing the KOEMA Vietnam office, Vietnam can become a bridgehead for your company to enter the global market.

Revitalization of Korea-Vietnam
Electrical Industry Exchange
and Specialize business promotion.


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Consulting to Korean companies to enter Vietnam market in the initial
stage and introduction of Vietnamese business partners.