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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