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The draft plan has been submitted to the Korean parliament by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy prior to a public hearing. In it, the government “recognises” the role of nuclear power but also says it plans to reduce power demand over the period to 2035. It says it wishes to avoid either an “excessive expansion” or a “sudden collapse” of the country’s nuclear capacity. Korea’s 23 nuclear reactors currently account for some 22% of the country’s generation capacity, and 29% of its electricity output.…

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