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Climate change response
At the UN Conference of Parties (2012) on climate change, various ideas were discussed on post-Kyoto Protocol, and outlooks were presented.
South Korea’s greenhouse gas emission level to GDP ratio is ranked 6th among all OECD countries.(as of 2017)
Increase supply of environment-friendly modes of transportation like renewable energy and electric cars and smart appliances.
Energy efficiency improvement
Over-reliance on imported energy 94%
Energy source unit (energy usage rate TOE/GDP $1000): 0.158 (as of 2020)
Creation of new growth engines
With the whole world suffering from COVID-19, Green New Deal is being touted as a new growth engine.
In key developed countries, governments are leading the effort to resuscitate the economy and realize carbon neutrality through Green New Deal.
The 4th Industrial Revolution is a next-generation industrial revolution spawned by the marriage of traditional industries and information communication technologies. A leading industry in the energy area, smart grids are compatible with the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Viewing digitalization as a new growth engine after COVID-19, South Korea is pursuing the digitalization of industries through its Digital New Deal. Smart grid can be said to be central to various sectors of the industry such as SOC digitalization, smart green industrial complex, green remodeling, green energy, environment-friendly future mobility, and carbon-neutral infrastructure.