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South Korea to boost offshore wind power

AUSTRALIA’S third-largest LNG trading partner South Korea has declared it will expand its offshore wind capacity to 12 gigawatts by 2030, as it seeks investment for its New Deal investment plan to build back after the shock of COVID-19.

Aims for 12GW of capacity by 2030

Aims for 12GW of capacity by 2030

Visiting a offshore wind farm on Friday, South Korean president Moon Jae-in said he wanted Korea to be one of the world's top five offshore wind energy powerhouses by 2030, taking advantage of the country's...

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