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South Korea announced the construction of four new nuclear power plants

South Korea announced the start of construction of two new nuclear power plants in 2017 and two more in 2022, which will increase the total number of new nuclear power plants in the country by 2024 to 11. Reuters.

The construction of new stations was approved, despite the scandal that was growing in 2012, when it became known about the use of parts of the reactor with forged safety certificates. Particular attention to the energy sector of the country began to be given after the accident at Fukushima in 2011 year in Japan.

Currently, South Korea is the fifth country in the world for energy.

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