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Predicting Volcanoes a Risky Game for Japan’s Reactors
October 10, 2014
Predicting Volcanoes a Risky Game for Japan’s Reactors
A catastrophic eruption may not accommodate Kyushu Electric’s five-year removal timeline.
Predicting Volcanoes a Risky Game for Japan’s Reactors
Japan’s Utilities Fight Back Against Renewable Energy
October 01, 2014
Japan’s Utilities Fight Back Against Renewable Energy
While clean energy production is surging, the national grid is unable to cope.
Japan’s Utilities Fight Back Against Renewable Energy
Will Japan’s Volcanic Eruption Further Delay Nuclear Restart?
September 30, 2014
Will Japan’s Volcanic Eruption Further Delay Nuclear Restart?
Japan’s seismic unpredictability is once again sparking domestic fears.
Will Japan’s Volcanic Eruption Further Delay Nuclear Restart?
Abe May Issue “Guarantees” for Nuclear Plants
August 20, 2014
Abe May Issue “Guarantees” for Nuclear Plants
A legal restart is complicated by the government’s own guidelines, popular sentiment and poor cleanup.
Abe May Issue “Guarantees” for Nuclear Plants
Why Japan Will Drive Global LNG Growth
August 08, 2014
Why Japan Will Drive Global LNG Growth
There is little reason to expect Japan’s reactors will offset its voracious new appetite for LNG.
Why Japan Will Drive Global LNG Growth
Persistent Nuclear Waste From Fukushima Inhibits Restarts
July 30, 2014
Persistent Nuclear Waste From Fukushima Inhibits Restarts
Fukushima’s long-term problems will make public acceptance of a general nuclear restart difficult.
Persistent Nuclear Waste From Fukushima Inhibits Restarts
Typhoon Neoguri Threatens Western Japan’s Already Weak Grid
July 08, 2014
Typhoon Neoguri Threatens Western Japan’s Already Weak Grid
The storm’s path will cross parts of Japan and test an already stretched energy sector.
Typhoon Neoguri Threatens Western Japan’s Already Weak Grid
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