The prime minister, Fumio Kishida, wants to raise the existing base and equip it with new reactors.
This is a very important industry decision Fumio Kishida Since he came to power last year. Japan’s prime minister has ordered his “Green Transition Council,” an advisory group, to guide the archipelago toward a zero-carbon energy model by 2050, reflecting the development and construction of Japan’s next-generation nuclear power. Furnaces. He has called for seven reactors to be restarted next summer.
The Japanese nuclear industry is in a sorry state after the disaster Fukushima, March 11, 2011. Until that fateful day, the archipelago aimed to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, mainly by increasing the nuclear portion of its energy mix. He also saw in it a new export sector for its manufacturers capable of attracting developing countries. After being completely closed the day after the disaster, the park…
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