SOUTH KOREA TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND OLDER COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS
On February 28, South Korea's energy ministry announced plans to suspend operations at four of its older coal-fired power plants from March to June in an effort to reduce air pollution. The ministry also plans to cap electricity output from other plants when air pollution levels are high and expand the use of low-sulfur coal. Coal power accounts for roughly 40% of South Korea's electricity. For the full story, see https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-southkorea-coal/south-korea-plans-tem….