The Nordic countries are among the strongest performers.
Almost half of the European Union’s (EU) 28 member states have already hit, or are close to hitting, their 2020 renewable energy targets.
But despite this, there has been a gradual slow-down in the rate of renewable energy use across the EU, and some member states have a lot of ground to make up this year.
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Policies in the Republic of Korea initially focused on improving energy supply and security to support its economic growth. Photo of the Busan thermoelectric power plant courtesy of the National Archives of Korea.
Despite a lack of domestic energy resources, the Republic of Korea has become one of the largest economies in the world.
The Republic of Korea rose from being one of the poorest countries in the 1960s to one of the top 10 economies in the 21st century. This achievement would not have been possible without the key role of energy. Over the last half-century, the country has rapidly built and upgraded its electricity infrastructure, diversified its energy supply mix, developed a robust nuclear industry, and become a pioneer in liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade. Tiếp tục đọc “Energy Policy Experiments: Lessons from the Korean Experience” →
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90% thời gian trung bình Chúng ta ở trong nhà, vậy nên công trình có tác động trực tiếp đến tất cả các yếu tố trong cuộc sống của mỗi con người và môi trường xung quanh.
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