Ultrafine dust in Seoul, Beijing associated with emissions, coal

fine dust pollution is an environmental headache for us here in Korea and a new study looked at fine dust components in soda and Beijing to find that most emissions come from cars and coal burning power plants our park se-young tells us more ammonium nitrate ammonium sulfate earth crustal material and organic matter are […]

EU unveils one trillion euro investment plan to make Europe first carbon-neutral continent

the european union has unveiled a massive investment plan to make europe the climate neutral Content ID to year 2050 the European Commission said Tuesday that it’s one trillion euro were 1.1 trillion u.s. dollar plan will make the EU s economy more environmentally friendly and tackle climate issues over the next 10 years the […]

Fossil fuels should be phased out by 2100 to avoid catastrophe: IPCC IPCC, &qu

Time now for a look through the global headlines we′re following this Monday morning. For that, we′ll turn to Eunice Kim, standing by at the NewsCenter. Good morning, Eunice. Good morning, Mark. The use of fossil fuels… must be phased out by the end of the century… if the world is to avoid the catastrophic […]

Local researchers develop ways to generate electricity using drops of water

Korean scientists have developed a new way of generating electricity using a few drops of water. The new method, when commercialized, would be able to supply energy to wearable gadgets and IoT products. Cho Sung-min reports. The propeller here is spinning without the help of any energy source. What enables these plastic blades to rotate […]

Gov’t to invest US$ 51 bil. through public institutions in 2020, mostly on building, energy sectors

the South Korean government will invest more money through public institutions this year in order to support jobs and keep the economy rolling at a meeting with relevant ministries today Finance Minister hounam ji said the institutions will invest nearly 51 billion US dollars this year mostly on social overhead capital and the energy sector […]

Researchers come up with way to produce electricity from flowing water

When you think of green energy, solar or wind power springs to mind –but generating electricity from rain drops that fall against a window or roof? That’s one method local researchers have come up with, and they say that’s just the beginning of the technology’s potential. Sohn Jung-in explains. A piece of glass substrate is […]

Moon visits port of Pyeongtaek to support export of green energy vehicles

president when Jane is visiting the port of Pyeongtaek tongues and today to witness the first batch of green energy cars being shipped out of the country this year and as eleventh event related to the auto industry since taking office the president hopes to show his support for the industry as well as his […]

Gov’t to fund development of flexible solar cell batteries, smaller fuel cells

The Korean government has chosen two energy-related projects to support in the coming years The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning unveiled on Sunday a five-year-investment plan for the development of highly efficient flexible solar cell batteries that can be installed on the exterior walls of a building. It’s to be spearheaded by the […]

Samsung Display announces plan to invest US$ 11 bil. in QD-OLED displays

and Samsung display also announced plans to spend almost 11 billion u.s. dollars some new manufacturing lines for quantum dot OLED displays through 2025 now quantum dots are tiny semiconductor crystals that enabled a conversion of blue LED light to red and green to create displace with the higher energy efficiency and wider color range […]

Korea looks to alternative energy for future power 원자력만 의존?…에너지 대안 찾아야

The recent power crisis has underlined the growing need for Korea to diversify its energy sources. Experts say reducing the country’s reliance on nuclear power is just the first step towards a truly stable and independent energy economy. Our Paul Yi shows us the alternative energy options in Korea. Korea’s rapidly developing infrastructure has led […]