Since the publication of official investigations into the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster which pointed out that the accident was ‘man-made’, a broad consensus of Japan’s people, politicians and large parts of industry has backed the abandonment of nuclear energy. The nation has realised that although only two reactors remain in operation, a comfortable life with a stable electricity supply is still possible. In the first of a two-part series we look at the nuclear phase-out in detail.

JAPAN seemed set to commit itself to a nuclear-free future in recent weeks, after a new long-term energy strategy was hammered out.

But massive pres...

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Dr. Stefan Lippert
Power companies pass on to their customers, both consumers and corporations, the costs from the increased use of fossil fuels as well as those of buying electricity from alternative sources in accordance with the new feed-in tariffs
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