Japan Axing Nuclear for Renewables Means Missing Carbon GoalTsuyoshi Inajima and Yuji Okada
Phasing out nuclear power in Japan will cost the country the equivalent of $622 billion to build a power grid around renewable energy and means it will fail to meet a target to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
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