South Korea has called off plans to phase out nuclear power after a summer heatwave exposed security of supply issues. Eager to avert the risk of blackouts, the Administration of President Moon Jae-in mandated five nuclear power plants to restart operations in order to support LNG and coal-fired power generation during the peak demand period of August.
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