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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 0;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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