South Korea focuses on clean energy

South Korea is refocusing its energy sector and moving away from nuclear power towards natural gas and renewable energy. But the transition to a low-carbon economy will need a significant investment.

    South Korea is refocusing its energy sector, moving away from nuclear power towards natural gas and renewable energy.

    But the transition to a low-carbon economy will need a significant investment.

    Al Jazeera’s Craig Leeson reports from Jeju, South Korea.


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