South Korea To Aim For 42% RE Share By 2034

South Korea May Assign 42% Share To Renewable Energies Under Country’s 9th Basic Plan For Electricity Supply & Demand 2020-2034: Renewables To Grow To 77.8 GW Total Installed Capacity By 2034: Media

Under its 9th Basic Plan for Electricity Supply and Demand 2020-2034, South Korea plans to aim for around a 42% (41.9% to be precise) share for renewable energy in its cumulative energy mix by the year 2034, according to a draft released by the Minis.

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