South Korea and China are looking to accelerate their joint research into creating a Northeast Asian super grid for power, according to South Korean newspaper Hankyoreh.
This would involve linking the Chinese, Mongolian, South Korean and Japanese power grids by 2022.
South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy held an inaugural South Korea-China energy council meeting on Tuesday with the National Energy Administration, a cabinet-level Chinese agency in charge of energy.
The two sides agreed to cooperate on areas of power,...
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