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South Korea finalizes energy plan to boost renewable power generation
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29 December 2017
On 29 December 2017 reported:
South Korea has finalized a power supply plan that aims to make renewables the country's fuel of choice for power generation for the next 15 years, its energy ministry said on Friday (29 December). South Korea now generates more than 70 percent of its power from coal and nuclear, while renewables account for 6 percent. South Korea plans to meet 20 percent of its total electricity consumption with renewables by 2030.
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