A large, state-run power company from South Korea – KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corporation) – confirmed weeks ago it plans to add two more 1,000 megawatt units to the plant. Beyond the impact to life in Suralaya, South Korea’s lead role in the plant seems to run against its commitment to fight climate change.
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