South Korea's drive for green energy


Wind power is becoming increasingly important to South Korea - not just as a way to help meet ambitious targets on greenhouse gas emissions, but also as a way to boost the economy.

In fact "Green Growth" has been a key national strategy since President Lee Myung-bak took office four years ago.

But will the country's relatively late entrance to the green technology market compromise the strategy?

The BBC's Lucy Williamson reports.

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