Nuclear Disaster Fuels Renewables in Japan

December 2012
PM Network;Dec2012, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the impact of the earthquake and tsunami centered in Sendai, Japan in 2011 on the nation's renewable energy policy as of December 2012, focusing on an analysis of the Japanese nuclear energy industry and the country's investments in solar and wind power following a nuclear accident. Market analyst Dean Enjo states that Japan is experiencing a power crisis nearly two years after the natural disaster struck the nation.


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