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South Korea – energy policy rethink

South Korea is in the throes of radically reforming its energy policy. However, some argue that the focus is too much on renewables at the expense of nuclear, and that plans for gas expansion are too modest, writes Professor Keun Wook Paik, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES).

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  • Petroleum Review November 2018 p34-35.pdf

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  • Journal title: Petroleum Review
  • Publisher: Energy Institute
  • Subjects: Renewable energy - Renewables - Nuclear - Energy policy -

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