South Korea’s to produce five times more renewable energy by 2030
Since his inauguration, the South Korean President Moon Jae-in has canceled six nuclear plants in his bid to make South Korea more eco-friendly. Following the promise to keep SK eco-friendly, the government- represented by the Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy, Paik Un-gyu- announced the country’s new plans to boost the use of solar energy and convert a fifth of the country’s total electricity to renewable energy by 2030.
Commenting on the plans, Paik Un-gyu, stated that the country would create an environment where the public can easily participate in business practices that support renewable energy. The government is also aiming for at least one in thirty households to be powered by solar energy by 2022