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Knowledge Economy Minister Hong Suk-woo, second from left, applauds after energy experts from private companies pull a giant plug to encourage the public’s active participation to cut electricity usage at Hoam Art Hall in Seoul, yesterday. The ministry said if people keep their indoor temperatures at 26 degrees Celsius (78 degrees Fahrenheit) and save energy, it could create the economic effect of a power plant that generates 1 million kilowatts of electricity.

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