South Korean solar power companies push into Japan
Expansion supported by President Moon's focus on renewable energy
South Korea's LS group and Korea Electric Power have jointly launched this solar power station in Hokkaido, Japan.
SEOUL -- South Korean makers of solar power equipment are expanding into Japan as a step towards building a broader international presence.
South Korean conglomerate LS group has teamed up with Korea Electric Power, a government-owned utility, to operate a solar farm on Japan's northernmost main island, Hokkaido.
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