South Korea, Denmark to spur rare earth demand with new wind projects

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 10 February 2021

South Korean president Moon Jae-in unveiled plans on Friday February 5 for a $48.5 billion project to construct the world’s largest wind power plant.

The 8.2 GW plant will be located off the coast of Sinan, southwest South Korea, and is part of the country’s plans to hit a 16.5 GW target for wind energy by 2030, from 1.7 GW now....

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