KPX has established a global network with electricity trading-related institutions in advanced countries
Since KPX established in 2001 as Asia’s first institution for power market and system operation, it has actively conducted international cooperation activities with various power exchanges with advanced countries and world leading electric businesses around the world.
As a result, KPX has concluded cooperative agreements with 11 institutions from 6 countries including PJM in US.
Now, KPX stands as the number one institution leading countries through passing down its accumulated experiences and knowledge to less developed organizations among developing countries like Vietnam, Laos. In the future, KPX, as a front-running entity in the Asian electricity industry, will supply the best services and become one of the global electricity institutions to lead the future energy society.
Institution signed a cooperative agreement or MOU with KPX
|Name of nation and institution||Date|
|MOU with PXIL (electric power market) Power Exchange India Limited(PXIL) in India||June, 2012|
|MOU with ASEAN countries (electric power plan, electricity system) Electricite du Cambodge (EDC) in Cambodia, Electricite de Laos (EDL) in Laos, Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) in Indonesia||Aug, 2010|
|MOU with Iran Grid Management Company (IGMC) (system operation)||Mar, 2010|
|MOU with Singapore Energy Market Company (EMC) (electric power market)||Jan, 2010|
|MOU with Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) (pollution credits)||June, 2009|
|MOU with PJM (smart grid)||June, 2009|
|French RTE (Reseau de Transport d'Electricite)||Dec, 2007|
|US Pennsylvania, Jersey, Maryland Power Pool (PJM)||Mar, 2007|
|Electricity of Vietnam (EVN)||Oct, 2006|
|Central Research Institute of the Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI) of Japan||Oct, 2006|
|Philippine Electricity Market Corporation (PEMC)||June, 2006|
|Electric Power System Council of Japan (ESCJ)||May, 2006|
|US Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)||Dec, 2005|
|KYUCHU Electric Power Company (EPCO) in Japan||Mar, 2005|
|Compania Administradora del Mercado Mayorista Electrico (CAMMESA) in Argentina, a power exchange||Jan, 2005|
|California Independent System Operator (CAISO) in the US, an independent system operator||Apr, 2004|
|Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) in the US, an independent system operator||Feb, 2003|