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Tetsunari Iida on the renewable future of Japan
A former nuclear researcher/engineer has a radical but straightforward idea — that Japan can go 100% renewable.
Can Japan go 100% renewable by 2050?
If the goal is to create a secure, low carbon, resilient and safe energy system, then now may be the appropriate time for an objective assessment.
Can nuclear power save Japan from peak oil?
Japan's self-sufficiency in primary energy is a mere 18%, but the country's government is looking to boost that with nuclear rather than green sources.
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