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    South Korea Goes Green While Promoting Nuclear Energyi
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    September 13, 2013 3:01 PM
    South Korea is one of the world’s biggest energy consumers and importers. The government is planning to build more nuclear power plants to meet rising demand, but some cities believe renewable, green energy is a better path to energy independence. From Seoul, Jason Strother has more.

    South Korea Goes Green While Promoting Nuclear Energy

    Published September 13, 2013

    South Korea is one of the world’s biggest energy consumers and importers. The government is planning to build more nuclear power plants to meet rising demand, but some cities believe renewable, green energy is a better path to energy independence. From Seoul, Jason Strother has more.


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