About Jamaica Public Service
KOREA EAST-WEST POWER COMPANY LTD.
Korea East-West Power Company Ltd now holds 40% shares in the Jamaica Public Service. The company’s core foci are on providing efficient and secure power and energy. Korea East-West Power (EWP) spun off from Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) in 2001 and has continued to strengthen the competitiveness of its workforce and services through management reform and enhancing management efficiency. Korea East-West Power has several overseas interests and operations; it was the first Korean energy company the North American power market. EWP is working tremendously to become a global leading energy company.
EWP operates 5 power plants, accounting for 11.5% of Korea’s total power generation facilities contributing to the stable power supply in Korea. EWP has been assiduously working to secure technologies related to new and renewable energy power plants by participating in various solar, hydro, wind, biomass, RDF (Refused Derived Fuel) and landfill gases projects across the world.
EWP’s vision is to overcome market saturation of the domestic power industry and become a global top 10 energy company by 2020 based on accumulated experience and world class competency. EWP has experienced many successes within the power industry in Korea and across the world. The company has successfully delivered substantial results from its overseas markets such as technological consulting, technological advisory service and power plant construction management.
EWP is committed to the growth and sustainable development of the Jamaica Public Service and by extension Jamaica.
Visit the EWP website http://www.ewp.co.kr/eng/index.asp