|Demonstration Name||Buan Citizen Power Generation (BCPG)|
|Demonstration Description||BCPG has installed 36 kW of solar PV and a geothermal heating system in the village of Deunyong, Republic of Korea. Around 75% of the initial investment for these projects was provided by ten local people, with the rest coming from the government. The electricity generated from these projects is sold to the Korean Electric Power Company under a fixed feed-in tariff; the revenue generated is distributed to project investors (partners), and any remaining profits are allocated for further solar PV and community heating projects (Simcock, Willis and Capener, 2016).|
|Demonstration Country||South Korea|
|Business Model||Small-scale demand response|
|Financing Solution||Public-private partnership (PPP)|
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