South Korea 's Clean Air for Blue Skies

South Korean Government will boost the number of electric cars from the current 110k to 1.1m by 2025, and increase the number of hydrogen vehicles from 8,000 to 200,000. Will build additional 45,000 charging stations by 2025.

It will more than triple the number of solar and wind power facilities by 2025 compared with last year. It will also close 10 coal power plants by the end of 2022 and another 20 by 2034.

South Korea is the most aggressive to move toward net zero in all Asian Countries. Thumb up to all South Korean!

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