Elecseed are proud to partner with both local and international companies for co-development, support, and collaboration across a wide spectrum of services and expertise. We won’t try to be everything, rather work closely with likeminded partners where we can collectively add strength to each other and achiever a positive outcome. This model of thinking allows an open-door approach with no fixed way of doing things, rather we welcome and enjoy working with others. Listed below is some of our partners whilst we invite you to Join us in our tenacious journey to a more sustainable and responsible world, driving the future of renewable energy solutions
KOMIPO / Korea Midland Power Co., Ltd
KOMIPO, a government owned power generation company located in South Korea, provides around 10% of Korea’s total generation capacity. Globally, KOMIPO has over 20GW of power plants in operation or under development and construction. As of September 2020, KOMIPO had AUD 5.8billion of total revenues and AUD 16.02 billion of total assets. Equipped with these substantial financial capabilities, KOMIPO has been actively developing and acquiring generation capacity globally. KOMIPO’s credit rating is Aa2 (Moody’s) as of October 2019 and AA (S&P Global) as of October 2020. KOMIPO is actively seeking overseas power assets with its proven record of accomplishment and financial strength.
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology is a national research university located in Daedeok Innopolis, Daejeon, South Korea. KAIST was established by the Korean government in 1971 as the nation’s first public, research-oriented science, and engineering institution. KAIST is our partner in a research project.
Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP)
Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP) is Korea’s largest electric power company which provides over 34% of the country’s total power. KHNP owns and operates Korea’s 21 Nuclear Power Plants along with 27 hydro-electric power plants. Services provided by KHNP – ranked 3rd globally in Nuclear capacity – range from feasibility studies and technical assistance on plant design modification and improvement to overseas operation of Korean NPPs. KHNP employs roughly 7,600 employees.
Hallett is a 100% proudly Australian owned and operated business which together with its preceding entities has been a market leader and large employer in South Australia for the past 40 years. Hallett supplies a range of products and services for the Mining, Building and Construction sectors. Its industry leading offerings include cement, mining materials, concrete, quarry products, technical and laboratory services, logistics, timber, trusses, structural steel, building products and much more. With a mission to be dominant in its chosen markets Hallett continues to invest extensively in its people and capability to meet its goals.