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CEO and General Manager, Terna


Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Terna since 18 May 2020.
Since January 2022 Stefano Donnarumma has been President of GO15, the association that brings together the main electricity transmission infrastructure operators from around the world. In 1993 he graduated with a first class degree in Mechanical Engineering and was entered onto the Register of Engineers in 1994. Married with three children, Stefano Antonio Donnarumma has extensive experience in the field of industrial management in production and infrastructure contexts both at a domestic level and on international projects.
From 2017 to 2020 he was Chief Executive Officer of the Acea Group S.p.A., a listed multiutility company that manages public service infrastructure in Italy at a national level.

From 2015 to 2017 he was Network Management Director for the A2A Group, a listed multiutility company based in Milan and Brescia, where he was responsible for the distribution of gas, electricity, water, district heating and public lighting for the Group's companies. Also for A2A, he was Chairman of the companies Unareti SpA, A2A Calore e Servizi Srl and A2A Ciclo Idrico SpA, and a Member of the Board of Directors of the Group LGH S.p.A.
From 2012 to 2015 he worked for the Aeroporti di Roma Group (a subsidiary of Gemina and later merged into ATLANTIA) in the role of Airport Management Director and Accountable Manager of Fiumicino and Ciampino Airports, and Director of various Group companies.
In 2007 he joined the Acea Group as Executive Chairman of Acea Distribuzione (electricity distribution network of Rome) and Director of Acea ATO2 (integrated water service of Rome city and province).
From 1994, he worked for approximately 13 years in the production of automobile/railway components and rolling stock on behalf of four foreign multinationals (Ruetgers Automotive, TMD Friction, Bombardier, Alstom), and also managed major railway vehicle manufacturing plants in Italy.


<The Role of Transmission System Operator: the director of the energy transition>

The persistent increase in greenhouse gas emissions and their harmful effects on ecosystems highlight that the energy model that fueled the growth of the global economy during the last century is no longer sustainable. A systemic, integrated approach to decarbonization, where demand and supply are matched at the least cost, needs to be adopted.

In seeking to meet the objectives of the Paris agreement, the EU has continuously and promptly updated its energy policy framework, setting increasingly challenging targets for decarbonization and the energy sector must lead the way. Reaching these ambitious goals requires all parts of society to actively work together. In this context, TSOs are the “Directors” of the energy transition.

The power sector is undergoing a major change as it is rapidly shifting from a unidirectional system with a few big power plants and passive consumers to a fragmented and bidirectional system comprising both large-scale and small-scale intermittent renewable generation facilities and thousands or even millions of small, flexible electrical consumption assets.

The core of TSOs activities and responsibilities is to ensure the secure and high-quality delivery of electricity across increasingly interconnected, complex and digitalized transmission grids, while enabling the energy transition by integrating renewable generation and flexibility resources into the energy system.

GO15, the worldwide association of the Very Large Power Grid Operators, can play a fundamental role as it represents more than half of the world’s electricity demand. It has a unique expertise matured by being the association of system operators in charge of the day-by-day operation of complex energy systems, differing from country to country, but all facing the same challenge of transitioning to a decarbonized energy system in the long run.

Complex and innovative tools are needed to face such an unprecedented challenge, including: the expansion and development of new power transmission grids, as well as internal reinforcements; cross-border interconnections; the integration of flexible resources into the system and the associated future design of electricity markets, capacity mechanisms and congestion markets; innovation and the digital transformation of the grid; investments in research and development; encouraging proper and clear regulatory frameworks with simplified permitting processes.

Maximizing the exchange of know-how and best practices at global level on these challenges and the tools needed to face them is GO15’s core mission, as it enables collaboration and cooperation between the biggest system operators worldwide.

Terna is fully engaged in driving and enabling the ecological transition in Italy and in Europe. Terna’s 2021 Ten Year Network Development Plan includes 18 billion € of investments over the next ten years (+25% with respect to previous plan), making it the largest investment plan ever issued. According to Terna's estimates, the implementation of the Network Development Plan will allow to reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere by 5.6 million tonnes per year (almost double compared to the previous Plan) and to demolish 4,600 km of obsolete infrastructures.

Session I - 전력 안보를 위한 도매전력시장 및 전력망의 대응과 역할

김형관 연구원

Scientist, James Hyungkwan KIM

로렌스 버클리 국립 연구소(Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)


로렌스 버클리 국립 연구소의 김형관 박사는 전력시장정책 부서에서 근무하는 에너지 경제 정책학자이다. 친환경 에너지 시장 정책 및 다양한 전력생산 기술들을 연구하여 저탄소 전력망의 미래를 기획하고 있다. 텍사스 전력 기업의 에너지 경제학자 및 트레이더, 인디애나 주 에너지 정책 씽크탱크 연구원, 제네바 유엔 에너지 환경계획 지역 담당관,투자 은행 및 전략 컨설팅 등에서 근무한 경력이 있다. 연세대학교 산업공학/컴퓨터 공학 학사, 브루나이 대학교 경제학 석사 학위를 받았고 인디애나 주 퍼듀 대학교에서 응용 경제학 박사 학위를 취득했다.

James Hyungkwan KIM is an Energy Economist titled Energy Policy Project Scientist in the Electricity Markets and Policy Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He conducts research on clean energy market policy and the related value and costs of power system technologies to analyze clean energy resources in response to deep decarbonized grid needs. Prior to joining the lab, James worked in the U.S as an energy economist and trader at Tenaska Power Services and an energy policy researcher at Indiana State Utility Forecasting Group. Internationally, James worked in the United Nations Environment Programme in Geneva for Finance Initiative, ASEAN summit focused on energy issues, investment banking for green finance, and management consultancy for sustainable businesses. James holds a Ph.D in Applied Economics from Purdue University; an M.S in Economics from Brunei University; and a B.A in Computer Science and Industrial Engineering from Yonsei University.


<급변하는 시장가격과 하이브리드 전원구성>

<Hybrid configuration with rapidly changing market prices>

Commercial interest in renewable-battery hybrid power plants connected to the bulk power system (“hybrids”) is rapidly growing in the United States and globally. Since hybrid power plants’ operational behavior depends on underlying design choices, understanding what configurations of hybrids are likely to be deployed in the near-future is important for bulk power system planners responsible for ensuring overall system reliability and planning the transmission network.

The largest impact in value of hybrid are achieved by better aligning production timing with high wholesale prices that signal times of greatest grid needs. The value of the hybrid with different configuration depends on system-wide renewable penetration. With higher solar penetration, for example, the timing of the highest wholesale prices shifts from summer afternoons to summer evenings, whereas the lowest prices occur midday in non-summer months.

We use historical wholesale market power prices in the seven U.S. organized wholesale power markets to calculate hybrid net values across a wide range of wind and solar hybrid configuration choices to evaluate trends in the commercial development of hybrids and identify factors that may alter those trends. Our analytical results align with current commercial trends of online and proposed hybrid projects, thereby suggesting that the net value framework we employ can be used to understand recent commercial hybrid development activity.

김승완 교수

Associate Professor, Seungwan KIM

충남대학교(Chungnam National University)


김승완 교수는 서울대학교 전기공학부에서 학사 및 박사학위를 취득하고, 2018년부터 충남대학교 전기공학부에 재직 중이다. 김 교수는 전력경제, 전력시장 전문가로 대통령 직속 2050 탄소중립위원회 위원이자 국무총리실 산하 수소경제위원회 위원, 대통령 직속 국가기후환경회의 전문위원, 한국에너지공단 비상임이사를 역임하였으며, 대한민국의 탄소중립 및 에너지 전환을 달성하기 위한 정책과 방향성을 제시하는데 힘써오고 있다. 전력 산업뿐 아니라 기후변화를 막기 위한 다양한 정책결정에 참여하고 기업의 경영방향에 대해 자문하는 등 활발하고 광범위한 활동을 이어가고 있다.

Seungwan KIM is an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Chungnam National University: He holds a B.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University. He is known for his expertise in electricity system designs for zero-carbon energy transitions in Korea. In the past, he has served as a member of the 2050 Presidential Carbon Neutrality Commission, the Hydrogen Economy Council under the Prime Minister's Office and the National Council on Climate and Air Quality, as well as a non-executive Director of Korea Energy Agency. Besides the power industry, he is currently continuing to participate in Korea's energy and climate policy-making processes by giving advisory services to government and corporate.


<전력 안보를 위한 전력망 혁신 방안>

탄소중립을 향해 나아가면서도 전력 안보를 확보하는 것은 전력산업에서 놓쳐서는 안 될 사항이다. 우리는 일반적으로 전력 안보를 이야기할 때 자원 공급망의 안정적인 확보, 발전원의 적정한 포트폴리오를 주로 이야기하지만, 민주주의 사회의 고도화로 인하여 발전원 포트폴리오 확보의 전제가 되는 전력망의 확충은 과거에 비해 많이 어려워졌다. 최근에는, 사회적 수용성 문제로 인해서 곳곳에서 전력망의 건설이 지연되고 있으며, 이는 전체 전력수급에도 영향을 미칠만큼 문제가 가시화되고 있다.

이렇듯 전력망은 장기적인 전력 안보의 확보를 위한 아주 중요한 요소이며, 이를 고려하지 않고는 수급계획의 적기 실현을 담보할 수 없다. 또한, 전력망의 확충은 비단 재생에너지 뿐 만 아니라 다른 모든 전원에게도 공통된 문제이다.

다행히도 전력시스템 공학의 비약적인 발전으로 인하여 전통적인 송전선로 건설 없이도 계통문제를 해결할 수 있는 다양한 혁신기술들이 도입되고 있다. 우리나라도 급증하는 에너지수요의 충족과 저탄소 전원의 적기 확충을 위하여 다양한 혁신 솔루션들을 조속히 도입하여야 한다. 본 발표를 통해 이에 대한 사회적 논의가 촉발되기를 고대한다.

<Grid Innovation for Long-term Electricity Security>

It is a crucial thing for power industry to ensure electricity security in the way towards the carbon neutrality goal. In general, we only say about securing supply chains of natural resources or rational generation portfolio, but grid expansion which is a foundation of the rational generation portfolio becomes harder due to the advance of democratic system. Recently, transmission line construction projects are delayed from the social acceptance problem, and it gradually affect the supply and demand plan of the authority.

Grid expansion or reinforcement are important things, and we cannot guarantee the implementation of demand and supply plan in time without them. In addition, it is common problem for every generation, not only for renewable generation.

Fortunately, from the dramatic advances in power system engineering, various innovative technologies appear to replace the traditional grid construction. Korea must apply these innovative solutions to satisfy dramatically increasing electricity demands and to timely connect the low-carbon generation onto the grid. I am expecting this presentation can trigger a social discussion on it.

신훈영 교수

Assistant Professor, Hunyoung SHIN

홍익대학교(Hongik University)


홍익대학교 전자전기공학부의 신훈영 교수는 고려대학교 정보통신대학에서 학사, 동대학 전자전기공학부에서 석사 학위를 받았고 텍사스주립대학 오스틴캠퍼스에서 전기컴퓨터공학 박사 학위를 취득했다. 2019년부터 2022년까지 상명대학교 전기공학과 교수로 재직하였다. 현재 전력경제, 전력계통, 섹터커플링 분야에서 연구를 수행하고 있다.

Hunyoung SHIN is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering. He holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Korea University and received a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. Before joining Hongik Unicersity, he was an Assistant Professor at Sangmyung University from 2019 to 2022. His rtesearch topics include power system economics, power system planning and operation, and sector-coupled energy system design.


<에너지 믹스 및 가격 급등에 따른 전력 시장 진화에 대한 연구>

전력시장은 한계가격 이론에 기인하여 비차별적이고 개방적인 접속을 지원하는 효율적인 시장 설계를 채택해오고 있다. 하지만 재생에너지 중심의 에너지 믹스라는 장기적 이슈와 러시아-우크라이나 전쟁에 의한 에너지위기의 단기적 이슈는 이러한 시장 설계에 의문을 가져다 주고 있다. 본 발표에서는 이러한 도전과제에 대처하기 위한 시장설계에 대한 전반적인 논의를 목표로 한다.

<A Discussion on the Evolution of Electricity Markets in Response to Changing Energy Mix and Soaring Prices>

The electricity market has adopted an efficient market design that supports non-discriminatory and open access based on marginal pricing theory. However, the long-term issue of the renewable energy-oriented energy mix and the short-term issue of the energy crisis caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine war raise questions about the fundamentals of this market design. This presentation aims to provide an overall discussion of market design to address long- and short-term challenges.

Session II - 발전 믹스와 에너지 공급망과 전력 안보와의 관계

Professor, Michael Brear


Michael Brear is a mechanical engineer and the Director of the Melbourne Energy Institute (MEI) at the University of Melbourne. MEI facilitates the University’s research on the technical, economic, environmental and social impacts of energy.

Michael is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, the Combustion Institute, Engineers Australia and the Australian Institute of Energy. He previously established the University’s multi-disciplinary degree, the Master of Energy Systems. Prior to commencing at the University of Melbourne, Michael worked for ICI Australia (now Orica), and then undertook graduate studies at Cambridge University and post-doctoral research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


<Net Zero Australia>

Net Zero Australia is a partnership between the University of Melbourne, the University of Queensland, Princeton University and international management consultancy Nous Group. The study illustrates net zero pathways that reflect the boundaries of the Australian debate, for both our domestic and export emissions. Our purpose is to help individuals, communities, companies and governments appreciate:

• the scale, complexity and cost of the net zero task
• different ways in which the future could unfold
• how we all might contribute to the required changes
• how unintended consequences might be avoided and negative impacts reduced.

박종배 교수

Professor, Jong-Bae PARK

건국대학교(Konkuk University)


건국대학교 전기전자공학부에 재직하고 있는 박종배 교수는 서울대학교 전기공학부에서 학사, 석사, 박사를 취득하였다. 미국 전력연구원(EPRI) 연구원과 Rutgers 대학의 방문 교수로 재직한 바 있다. 현재 산업부의 에너지위원회 위원, 한국전력공사의 비상임이사, 대한전기학회의 편집위원장을 겸하고 있다.

Jong-Bae PARK is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronics of Konkuk University. He holds a B.A., M.A., Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University. He was a resident researcher at Electrical Power Research Institute during 2006-2008 and visiting faculty at the Rutgers University in 2014-2015. Presently, he is a member of energy committee of MOTIE, a member of board of KEPCO, and editor-in-chief of KIEE.


<에너지 안보를 고려한 전원 믹스 구현 방안>

2021년 하반기부터 북해 풍력 이용률 저하 등으로 불안정한 모습을 보였던 유럽의 전력시장은 2022년 러시아의 우크라이나 침공으로 에너지 위기가 본격화되었다. 러시아가 유럽으로의 천연가스 공급을 제한하고 있는 현재에는 EU뿐만 아니라 전 세계의 천연가스 및 전력시장을 패닉 상태에 빠지게 하고 있다. 천연가스 수요의 40%를 러시아에 의존하였던 유럽의 전기요금은 일부 국가에서 10배 정도나 올랐고, 도매전력시장 가격은 MWh당 1,000유로 수준까지 치솟아 개인, 기업과 국민 경제가 거의 파탄에 이르고 있다. 이번 겨울에 에너지 배급제까지 실시할 가능성도 있다고 한다. 결국 유럽은 에너지 안보의 확보 실패가 경제 위기와 심지어 온실가스 감축 실패를 불러일으키고 있다. 에너지원의 90% 이상을 수입하고 있는 우리나라는 천연가스, 석탄, 유류 가격의 급상승으로 대규모 무역수지 적자, 한전의 상반기 14조원 적자로 연결되고 있다. 도매전력시장 가격인 SMP는 최근 250원/kWh을 상회하고 있다. 올해 상반기 천연가스 발전 비중은 28% 수준으로 전력 공급비용 급상승의 주요 요인이다. 따라서, 단기적으로는 70$/mmbtu 수준까지 오른 천연가스 발전 비중을 어떻게 줄일 것인가, 중‧장기적으로는 에너지 안보와 전력공급 비용, 온실가스 감축을 동시에 고려하는 전원 구성 확보 방안을 정립하여야 한다.

본 발표에서는 에너지 위기를 경험하고 있는 유럽의 향후 전력부문 대응 방안, 미국의 에너지 안보 확보 방안 사례를 우선 살펴볼 것이다. 또한, 현재 우리나라 전력 믹스의 에너지 안보와 비용 관점에서의 평가와 함께 향후 에너지 안보, 비용, 환경을 어떻게 체계적으로 전력 믹스에서 고려할 것인가를 함께 논의할 것이다. 더불어 에너지 안보를 고려했을 때의 적정 예비력의 규모에 대하여 토론함과 동시에 해결 방안에 대하여 논의할 것이다.

<Generation Mix Implementation Strategy Considering Energy Security>

The European electricity market showed instability since the second half of 2021 due to the decreased generation from the wind farms. The energy crisis in Europe was ignited when Russia invaded Ukraine. Now the energy crisis has spread to the all of the world due to the soaring price of natural gas. The retail electricity price in some European countries has risen 10 times compared to one year ago and the wholesale price has reached 1,000€/MWh. Furthermore, there can be rationing of energy in this winter. The failure of energy security can arouse the economic crisis as well as environmental problems.

South Korea, which imports more than 90% of its fuel source, suffers the massive trade and KEPCO’s deficits due to sudden rise of LNG, coal, and oil fuel prices. Recently, the wholesale SMP price has reached 250KRW/kWh while the retail price is still at 115KRW/kWh. The main causes of increase in electricity supply cost are from the soared LNG price and the large portion of LNG generation. The short-term strategy for the energy security reinforcement is to reduce the LNG generation dependency in South Korea. For mid- and long-term solutions, we should seek for the proper generation mix considering energy security, electricity supply cost, and environmental impact.

In this presentation, I will discuss the strategy of Europe that is experiencing energy crisis and that of relatively stable USA for energy security reforcement. Also, I will evalute the present Korean generation mix in terms of energy security and electricity supply cost uncertainty. Then, I will suggest how to construct the proper generation mix considering security, cost, and environment in South Korea. Lastly, we will discuss the resource adequacy, i.e., proper capacity reserve margin in the era of energy crisis.


Associate Professor, Jinsoo KIM

한양대학교(Hanyang University)


김진수 교수는 2011년부터 한양대학교 자원환경공학과에 재직하며 자원경제 및 정책 전공 교육과 연구를 맡고 있다. 김 교수는 2010년에 서울대학교 에너지시스템공학부에서 박사학위를 받았으며, 지금까지 산업 탈탄소를 위한 사회기술적 분석, 광물자원의 위험도(criticality) 분석, 신재생에너지에 대한 다기준 의사결정, 에너지 사업의 사회적 편익과 비용 분석 등의 주제로 70편 이상의 학술논문을 발표해 왔다. 김진수 교수는 현재 에너지시민연대 정책위원, 한국자원경제학회 총무위원장, 한국자원공학회 총무이사를 맡고 있으며, 산업부 중장기 에너지정책 방향 수립 워킹그룹, 3차 에너지기본계획 워킹그룹 위원으로 활동하였다.

Jinsoo KIM is an Associate Professor of Resource Economics & Policy at the Department of Earth Resources and Environmental Engineering of Hanyang University since 2011. Dr. Kim received his Ph.D. from Seoul National University in the Republic of Korea in 2010. He has published over 70 peer-reviewed papers, including the sociotechnical analysis of industrial decarbonization, criticality assessment for raw materials, multi-criteria decision-making for renewables, and social cost and benefit analysis. He has also served as a Policy Committee member of Korea NGO’s Energy Network and Korean Society for New and Renewable Energy, and Director of general affairs of Korean Resource Economics Association. Dr. Kim also contributed to the 3rd Basic Plan for Energy as a working group member for the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy.


<전력 안보 강화를 위한 전력시장의 혁신과 대응>

러시아의 우크라이나 침공과 미중 갈등 심화로 지정학적 위기가 고조되어 유럽의 에너지 시장에 큰 충격이 나타나고 있으며 그 여파가 한국을 포함한 동아시아 지역에도 영향을 미치고 있다. 특히, 천연가스 위기에서 출발한 에너지 위기는 전력 시장의 위기로 확산되고 있다. 이 발제에서는 에너지 시장의 위기와 에너지 안보 개념을 살펴보고, 그 중에서 전력 안보 강화를 위한 전력시장의 혁신과 대응 방안을 논의한다.

탄소중립과 에너지 전환의 기조 속에서 전력화를 포함한 에너지 시스템의 변화로 인하여, 앞으로 지금까지의 전력 안보 대응 방안만으로는 안정적인 전력 공급 목표를 달성하기 어려울 것으로 전망된다. 이에 본 발표에서는 에너지 안보 논의에서 사용하는 “중단 없는 공급”, “수용할 만한 가격”, “접근성”, “지속가능성”의 네 가지 개념을 바탕으로 지정학적 갈등, 산업 구조 변화, 에너지 전환과 전력화 등의 환경 변화를 고려하여 전력 안보의 개념을 다시 정립한다. 이어 재정립한 개념을 기준으로 전력 안보 강화를 위해 필요한 전력시장 혁신 방안과 대응 전략을 논의한다. 특히, 석탄, 가스, 전력 각 부문이 분리된 역할을 수행하는 체계가 아닌 에너지 시스템 통합 시대의 도래를 고려하여, 전력 인프라 뿐만 아니라 수소를 포함한 연료 공급과 원자재 공급망 까지 아우르는 전력 안보 강화 전략을 다룬다.

<Market Innovation and Strategies to Secure a Stable Electricity Supply>

The European energy market suffers from natural gas shortage due to geopolitical issues, such as the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the conflicts between the U.S. and China. Those issues are also affecting the East Asian energy market, including Korea. The energy crisis from natural gas has been passed on to the electricity market. In this presentation, I handle the definition of energy and electricity security, potential risk factors, countermeasures, and market innovation to secure a stable electricity supply.

The efforts for electricity security so far will not be enough to secure the stability of the future electricity market because of the changes caused by carbon neutrality and energy transition policies. Starting from the four criteria used in the energy security studies―reliable, affordable, accessible, and sustainable―I revisit the definition of electricity security considering geopolitical conflicts, the structural change of industries, energy transition, and electrification. Based on the refined electricity security concept, I present market innovation and strategies to enhance electricity security in Korea. In particular, considering the energy system integration era, which is different from the current source-wise energy system, I suggest a comprehensive electricity security strategy covering fuel supply security (including hydrogen), material supply chain issues as well as power infrastructure.

좌장 김윤경 교수

Moderator: Professor, Yoon-Kyung KIM

이화여자대학교(Ewha Womans University)


이화여자대학교 경제학과의 김윤경 교수는 이화여자대학교 경제학과에서 학사 및 석사 학위를 받았고 일본 도쿄에 있는 Keio University에서 경제학 박사 학위를 취득했다. 일본 Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, 일본 Keio Economic Observatory, 에너지경제연구원에서 근무하였고, Penn State University의 방문 교수로 재직했다. 전력시장감시위원회 (임기 만료), 방사성폐기물관리기금 운용심의회, 에너지위원회 등에서 위원을 역임하고 있다. 그리고 한국전력거래소의 비상임이사 및 한국자원경제학회의 회장을 맡고 있다.

Yoon-Kyung KIM is a Professor in the Department of Economics at Ewha Womans University since 2005. She holds a B.A and M.A in Economics from Ewha Womans University and a Ph.D in Economics from Keio University. She worked at the Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry and Keio Economic Observatory of Japan, and Korea Energy Economics Institute. And she was a visiting faculty at Penn State University. She serves as a member of Power Market Monitoring Committee (expired term), Radioactive Waste Management Fund Operational Council and the Energy Committee. She is also a non-executive director of the KPX and the President of the Korea Resource Economics Association.

패널 조영탁 교수

Panel: Professor, Young-Tak CHO

한밭대학교(Hanbat National University)


한밭대학교 경제학과 조영탁 교수는 서울대학교 경제학과에서 경제학 학사, 석사 및 박사 학위를 받았고, 미국 매릴랜드대학교의 방문교수를 지냈다. 제2차 에너지기본계획의 전력분과장과 제4차~제8차 전력수급기본계획의 전문위원 및 위원장으로 활동하였고, 한국경제발전학회장과 한국전력거래소 이사장을 역임하였다.

Young-Tak CHO is a Professor of Economics at Hanbat National University. He received his B.A., M.A. and Ph. D in Economics from Seoul National University. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Maryland, College Park in 1999. He served as the head of the Electricity Division of the 2nd Energy Master Plan and as a member of the expert committee of the 4th~8th Basic Plan for Long-term Electricity Supply and Demand. He also served as President of Korean Development Economics Association and as CEO of Korea Power Exchange.

패널 유승훈 학장

Panel: Dean, Seung-Hoon YOO

서울과학기술대학교 창의융합대학(College of Creativity and Convergence, Seoul National University of Science & Technology)


유승훈 교수는 서울대학교 공과대학에서 공학사, 공학석사, 경제학박사 학위를 취득했다. 서울과학기술대학교 에너지환경대학원 원장을 역임했으며, 현재는 미래에너지융합학과 교수로 있으면서, 창의융합대학 학장 및 에너지융합연구센터 소장을 맡고 있다. 또한 대통령 직속 국가기후환경회의 및 녹색성장위원회 위원 및 산업통상자원부 에너지 정책 자문관을 역임했으며, 현재는 산업통상자원부의 ‘제10차 전력수급기본계획’ 총괄분과 위원장, 에너지위원회 위원 등을 맡고 있다. 관련 분야 SSCI 및 SCIE 등재 국제학술지에 230여 편 이상의 논문을 출판하였으며, 국내 경제학 분야 논문 총피인용횟수 1위를 차지한 바 있다.

Professor Seung-Hoon YOO received a Bachelor degree and a Master degree in engineering, and a Ph.D. degree in economics from College of Engineering, Seoul National University. He served as Dean of Graduate School of Energy & Environment at Seoul National University of Science & Technology, and is currently a professor of Department of Future Energy Convergence, Dean of College of Creativity and Convergence, and Head of Energy Convergence Research Center. Moreover, he served as a Member of the Presidential National Committee on Climate and Environment and a Member of the Presidential Committee on Green Growth, and Energy Policy Advisor to the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, and is currently a Chairman of Working Group for the 10th National Basic Plan for Electricity Demand and Supply and a Member of the Energy Committee. More than 230 papers have been published in international journals indexed in SCIE or SSCI, and have ranked first in the total number of citations in the domestic economics field.

패널 이유수 에너지탄소중립연구본부장

Panel: Managing Director of Energy Carbon Neutrality Research Group, Yoo-Soo LEE

에너지경제연구원(Korea Energy Economics Institute)


에너지경제연구원의 이유수 박사는 고려대학교 경제학 학사 및 석사 학위를 받았고, 미국 Cornell University 에서 Regional Science 전공으로 박사학위를 취득하였다 . 에너지경제연구원에서는 주로 전력산업의 구조 및 시장과 관련한 연구에 매진하였으며, 전력정책연구본부장을 거쳐 현재 에너지탄소중립연구본부장을 맡고 있다. 한편으로 전력거래소 정부승인차액계약 위원회, 제10 차 전력 수급기본계획 총괄분과위원회, 제3차 지능형전력망 기본계획 정책 위원회 위원으로 활동하고 있다.

Dr. Lee, Yoo-Soo of the Korea Energy Economics Institute received his bachelor's and master's degrees in economics from Korea University, and his doctorate in regional science from Cornell University, USA. He mainly focused on research related to the structure and market of the electric power industry and is currently the managing director of the Energy Carbon Neutrality Research Group after serving as the managing director of the Electric Power Policy Research Group in the Energy Economics Research Institute. On the other hand, he is serving as a member of Vest Contract Committee, General Subcommittee of the 10th Basic Plan for Power Supply and Demand, and Policy Committee of the 3rd Smart Grid Basic Plan in the Korea Power Exchange.