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KEPCO announced that it would start overseeing and auditing companies that it suspects of using industrial and agricultural electricity for crypto mining.
(Bloomberg) -- Iraq is working on a plan to build nuclear reactors as the electricity-starved petrostate seeks to end the widespread blackouts that have sparked social unrest.OPEC’s No. 2 oil producer -- already suffering from power shortages and insufficient investment in aging plants -- needs to meet an expected 50% jump in demand by the end of the decade. Building atomic plants could help to close the supply gap, though the country will face significant financial and geopolitical challenges i
NAJU-SI, Korea, Republic Of (AP) _ Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEP) on Monday reported first-quarter earnings of $77 million. The Naju-Si, Korea, Republic Of-based company said it had profit of 6 cents per share. The electric utility posted revenue of $13.54 billion in the period. Korea Electric Power shares have declined slightly since the beginning 
In many Asia Pacific markets, corporate renewable procurement is still at its infancy, but the outlook is now changing as more companies are making commitment to 100% renewables and pledge a significant cut in their emissions. Companies with headquarters in Asia-Pacific now represent more than 40% of members in RE100, a global corporate initiative consisting of businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity. More than 300 companies from Asia-Pacific are also members of the science-based target initiative, which enables companies to set GHG targets in line with the climate science. With more governments responding to corporate demand for reducing their emissions by gradually lifting regulatory barriers, the corporate renewable procurement is now emerging as an attractive tool for bot...
Chung Seung-il, CEO of Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO), held an inauguration ceremony at KEPCO''s headquarters in Naju, South Jeolla Province, on June 1, announcing his management policy as the 21st KEPCO head.In his inaugural address, CEO Chung stressed that it is time to seriously consider preem
They are more than doubling the monthly spot rate on 20-year high-quality market corporate bonds
(Bloomberg) -- When a South Korean electric utility issued green bonds last year while investing in new coal-fired power plants in Southeast Asia, the mixed environmental messages fueled investor skepticism about sustainability debt that’s only been growing since.Korean issuers have shot up the rankings for green note sales this year with $10.5 billion in deals, the most in Asia after China, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, but the sellers include many companies in emission-intensive industries. Nonprofit firm Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute calculates that more than half of all green bonds from Korea come from “potentially controversial sectors” such as autos, chemicals, power producers and oil and gas, according to founder Ulf Erlandsson.Issuers exaggerating or misrepresen...
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