Doosan has announced that six power plants have gone live at the Korean South East Power Co. Ltd (KOSEP) facility in Ansan, a suburb of the capital city of Seoul.

The half-dozen Doosan PureCell Model 400 fuel cells are providing 2.6 MW of clean energy and heat to the local electric grid and KOSEP customers.
Ansan is the second Doosan-KOSEP partnership; seven PureCell systems were installed in 2013 at the KOSEP plant in Bundang, a Seoul suburb.

Overall, Doosan has six projects in South Korea totalling 35 active fuel cells, which equates to over 15 MW of electricity generation.

There is a growing demand for electricity throughout South Korea, and all utility companies must adhere to Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), which establish regulations for clean energy integration throughout the country.