South Korea to shut down four coal power plant units for four months

Published 12:32 on February 28, 2019  /  Last updated at 12:32 on February 28, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, South Korea  /  No Comments

South Korea will shut down four units at two ageing coal-fired power plants in the March-June to reduce air pollution levels, a move that will also reduce CO2 output regulated by the country’s emissions trading scheme.

South Korea will shut down four units across two ageing coal-fired power plants in the March-June to reduce air pollution levels, a move that will also reduce CO2 output regulated by the country’s emissions trading scheme.

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