As the difference in fuel cost between coal and LNG narrows, South Korean electric utilities increasingly opt for cleaner-burning natural gas. In H1-2018, about 41% of the country’s electricity came from coal, 28.8% from LNG and 21.5% from nuclear, according to the Korean government’s Electric Power Statistics Information System (EPSIS).
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