Korea Institute of Energy Research

Korea Institute of Energy Research

Research Institute

Daejeon Metropolitan City, Yusung-gu, 34129 152 · Korea, Republic of | BASIC

About Korea Institute of Energy Research

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Since the founding in 1977, the KIER has had focused on energy technology R&D which is closely related with our living standards and national security while overcoming the challenges we have faced as a resource poor country.

KIER's R&D areas include improving efficiency and securing environment-friendly way in use of limited conventional energy resources such as oil, coal as well as natural gas and exploring new energy sources such as solar, wind and water as well as its commercialization.

The KIER also strives towards technology transfer which can be reflected in successful commercialization of our remarkable R&D outcomes by means of industrialization of excellent intellectual property rights, enlarging its R&D activity in bottleneck technology based on small and medium sized enterprises, and communicating actively with markets through "1 researcher to 1 enterprise" technique guidance.

enlarging its R&D activity in bottleneck technology based on small and medium sized enterprises, and communicating actively with markets through "1 researcher to 1 enterprise" technique guidance.

Energy has had a significant influence not only on living standards in a society, but also upon national competitiveness and security. Therefore, the KIER will do its best in developing energy technology for future generations.
Research areas
Energy TechnologyRenewable Sources of EnergyIndustrial Products
Organization Website
Organization Type
Research Institute
Founded
1977
Headquarters
Daejeon Metropolitan City, Yusung-gu, 34129 152
Korea Institute of Energy Research

Portfolio of Technology Offers (16)

A team of researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), led by Dr Yeo Il Yoon, have developed an advanced carbon dioxide capture process technology which falls among the most energy efficient CO2 capture processes currently available. The technology known as KIERSOL, can be used to […]

A team of researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), have developed an advanced solar collector technology using an evacuated tubular solar collector and eccentric type manifold flange.[…]

A team of researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), have developed an advanced Eco-friendly incombustible biocomposite and method for its preparation.[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative double flow channel open-type solar heat absorber. This technology particularly relates to a solar heat absorber which is formed into rectangular or circular-shaped cross sections to increase a contact area wit[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative method for manufacturing CI(G)S-based thin-film. This technology specifically relates to a method for manufacturing a CI(G)S-based thin film including a Cu-Se thin film having a dense structure formed by introd[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative method for manufacturing CIGS thin-film solar cells using substrates not containing sodium. This technology specifically relates to a method for manufacture in which Na (sodium) supply sources are formed on par[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have developed a new palladium alloy composite membrane for hydrogen separation, with a wide range of beneficial applications. […]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed a method of fabricating copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) thin film for solar cell. […]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have developed a carbon dioxide (CO2) capture process for treating exhausts gas using a polymer membrane. Carbon sequestration requires a multi-step procedure whereby waste CO2 from large point sources, is captured, transported to storage sit[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed a method of manufacturing high-density CIS thin film for solar cells. […]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative device for controlling sample temperature during photoelectric and solar cell measurement. This technology specifically relates to a device for maintaining a constant temperature of solar cell samples in a proc[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have developed a new method of managing the inherent limitations of heat pumps, in terms of their application for unpredictable heat energy sources. […]

The present technology relates to a process and apparatus for recovering high-purity olefin from mixed gasses containing light olefins (ethylene, propylene, etc.). Olefin is a long chain polymer synthetic-fibre created when ethylene and/or propylene gases are polymerized under specific conditions. T[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have developed a new apparatus for producing silicon nanocrystals based on inductively coupled plasma. Silicon nanocrystals have been widely investigated for several years because of their many interesting properties and potential use in seve[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative method for preparing an anion binder for solid alkaline fuel cells and a membrane-electrode assembly. This technology particularly relates to a method of preparing an anionic binder in the form of nanosized pow[…]

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), have designed a unique catalyst support preparation technology. This innovative catalyst support preparation method provides a catalyst-support made of a lightweight composite material capable of adsorption and filtration, and which posse[…]

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