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Thursday
Feb272014

Japan Sees Key Role for Nuclear Power

Draft Energy Policy Effectively Overturns Reactor Phaseout

TOKYO—Japan will continue to rely on nuclear power as a central part of its energy policy under a draft government plan, effectively overturning a pledge by a previous administration to phase out all nuclear plants.

Skepticism about nuclear power has been running high among people in Japan since the March 2011 accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, the worst nuclear disaster globally since Chernobyl. But Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has made it clear since taking office in late 2012 that he aims to restart reactors that are deemed to be safe under new regulations.

Currently, none of Japan's 48 reactors are in operation. Seventeen are undergoing screening for possible restarts by the Nuclear Regulation Authority under stricter regulations introduced after Fukushima.


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