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South Koreans Give Moorside the Cold Shoulder…and who can blame them!

South Korea’s KEPCO urged not to invest in new nuclear power at UK’s NuGen Moorside

Last edited 12 April 2017 at 11:27am
11 April, 2017
28 members of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea ‘Caucus on Post-Nuclear Energy’ in South Korea are calling on KEPCO not to invest in new nuclear power or the UK’s NuGen Moorside nuclear project. This comes after Greg Clark travelled to South Korea last week to meet KEPCO and seek support for the Moorside project, following the bankruptcy of Toshiba Westinghouse and Engie pulling out of the NuGen venture.

At a press briefing at the National Assembly at 09.00 KST on Tuesday 11th April, the National Assembly ‘Caucus on Post-Nuclear Energy’ and Greenpeace South Asia gave a joint statement to media.

Hannah Martin, Head of Energy at Greenpeace UK, said:

“Every nuclear power station currently being built in Europe and the USA has…

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