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Korea

World’s largest offshore wind farm planned for South Korean waters

Plans for the world’s largest wind farm – an 8.2GW project off South Korea’s south-west coast – have been revealed. Requiring an investment of KRW 48 trillion ($43 billion), it […]

South Korea backtracks on green promise

For South Korea, it seems, climate care is a case of going green at home – and doing the opposite overseas. LONDON, 17 July, 2020 – After a landslide victory […]

GE, LG Chem to build 2.3B battery plant in Ohio

By David Welch, Bloomberg General Motors Co. and its battery partner, South Korea’s LG Chem Ltd., said they will jointly invest $2.3 billion in a new electric-vehicle battery plant to be […]