Fuel cells get a boost in South Korea's renewable portfolio standard

Shortly before the new year, the South Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy announced its plans for assessing rates of "new and renewable" (NRE) power sources under its renewable portfolio standard (RPS). The RPS, announced in March of 2010, will require all power producers generating more than 500 ...

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