Renewables prosper in Japan despite new government’s pro-nuclear stance
New Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has rejected his predecessor’s decision to phase out nuclear power in Japan, where energy costs have soared in the wake of the shutdown following the Fukushima disaster. But very few reactors are expected to be re-started in the foreseeable future – and meanwhile the renewable energy sector is flourishing, especially solar power.
TWO themes dominate discussion on Japan’s energy policy two years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011.
Mainstream media continue to emphasise that the catastrophe was basicall...
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