Three Mile Island. Chernobyl. Fukushima. Nuclear reactors are potentially very dangerous. They are also incredibly efficient and produce no emissions. Wind drops. The sun goes down. Nuclear plants keep on generating electricity year in, year ...
The global race has begun to save the world from climate change and Korea, the planet’s 11th largest emitter of carbon, is bracing for big changes in what people buy and eat, how businesses operate and where the country gets its energy.
Disbelief is corporate Korea’s reaction to the government’s latest carbon plan, and even some academics are in the skeptic camp as they analyze the expensive program. Under the plan, the government is raising carbon cutting goal.
SK E&S, an energy company 90 percent owned by SK Holdings, is betting big on hydrogen.
Between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. in July, 10,118 megawatts of electricity came from solar panels while total demand was 91,164 megawatts.
LG Electronics will only use renewable energy by 2050, the company said in a statement on Sunday. It will start by replacing all its energy sources with renewable sources at LG Electronics USA, its U.S. subsidiary, by the end of this ...
The state-owned Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water) pledged to adopt environment, social and governance-focused (ESG) management with the goal of improving water safety and public welfare.
Hanwha Q Cells will further embrace renewable energy through a program run by the Industry Ministry.
According to budgets submitted to the boards of directors of each of the power companies each projects net losses between 200 and 300 billion won ($181 million to $271 million).
The number of power plants fueled by coal and nuclear power will be dramatically reduced by 2034 and replaced with renewable energy sources. It is a step toward achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.