Clean energy + technology = resilient energy infrastructure

South Korea's Gasa Island used to rely on diesel generators for electricity. Now it's host to solar and wind power facilities and serves as a model for small-scale, self-sufficient grids that can be replicated elsewhere, Sungwoo Kim, KPMG Asia-Pacific's climate change and sustainability head, shares in this op-ed.

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  • Sungwoo Kim

    Sungwoo Kim is the regional head of climate change and sustainability in KPMG Asia Pacific. For last 21 years, he developed his career in business development and investment having led 12 countries’ climate change practice focusing on investment, strategy and policy consulting. He is a member of expert committee for KOICA's president and an adjunct professor of Inha University in business administration and MBA. He holds a master's degree in civil and environmental engineering from Duke University and doctorate in business administration from Seoul School of Integrated Science and Technology.