Wind turbines on a wind farm. (Photo by Daniel Reinhardt/picture alliance via Getty Images)

South Korea’s Jeju Island is home to around 670,000 people, where the local government has ambitious clean energy goals. Since 2008, there has been rapid expansion of renewable energy infrastructure in order to meet the island’s “Carbon Free Island 2030” goal. But with this rapid expansion, there has been a high rise in the number of curtailments per year of renewable sources in order to balance the power coming onto the grid.

Read more details here: Korea’s Jeju Island Is a Leader in Clean Energy. But It’s Increasingly Having to Curtail Its Renewables – Inside Climate News