A comparative study of laws and policies on supporting marine energy development in China and Korea SSCI SCOPUS

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Title
A comparative study of laws and policies on supporting marine energy development in China and Korea
Author(s)
Ko, Dong Hui; Ge, Yunzheng; Park, Jin Soon; Liu, Lei; Ma, Changlei; Chen, Fengyun; Peng, Jingping; Kang, Seung Koo; Yi, Jin-Hak; Liu, Weimin
KIOST Author(s)
Ko, Dong Hui(고동휘)Kang, Seung Koo(강승구)Yi, Jin-Hak(이진학)
Alternative Author(s)
고동휘; 박진순; 강승구; 이진학
Publication Year
2022-07
Abstract
Marine energy technologies in China and Korea are still in the follow-up stage compared to advanced countries. However, both countries have abundant marine energy resources, and the research for early commercialization in development, advancement, and verification of marine energy technology is actively underway. However, for early commercialization of marine energy, national policy support, investment, and development strategies are required. In this study, the current technologies, laws, policies and incentive systems in China were compared to those in Korea, and challenges to be solved were reviewed. As a result, it was found that concrete strategies to support marine energy need to be established, and the subsidy system to induce private company participation should be improved. In addition, since recognizing the necessity of marine energy development, both countries are expected to play an important role in the global marine energy market in the future.
ISSN
0308-597X
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/43030
DOI
10.1016/j.marpol.2022.105057
Bibliographic Citation
Marine Policy, v.141, 2022
Publisher
Pergamon Press Ltd.
Keywords
Marine energy; Marine energy resource; National policy; LawI; ncentive system
Type
Article
Language
English
Publisher
Pergamon Press Ltd.
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