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- Learn about the effects of Japans decision to cease nuclear power generation post-Fukushima.
- Explore how the worsening economic situation is leading the Japanese government to explore the most cost-effective modes of power generation.
- Learn about the significant barriers that nuclear energy faces in Japan.
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Why did Japan cease nuclear power generation in 2011?
Why is the Japanese government considering a return to nuclear energy?
Why has renewable energy failed to fill the void left by nuclear energy since 2011?
Table of Contents
THE SITUATION BEFORE AND AFTER FUKUSHIMA
Limited natural resources necessitated move to nuclear energy
WEAKENING ECONOMIC CLIMATE FORCING JAPANESE TO LOOK FOR ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF ENERGY
Threat of recession and deflation persist
Negative balance of trade
"Abenomics" ensuring a return to nuclear energy?
FACTORS THAT CAN PREVENT THE RETURN OF NUCLEAR ENERGY
Public opinion against nuclear energy
Oppositions potential influence on nuclear energys return
DESPITE STRONG POTENTIAL, GROWTH IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY SECTOR REMAINS RELATIVELY WEAK
Geothermal sectors rise prevented by local tourism and regulations
Strong growth in the solar energy sector likely to stagnate
Wind energy proving to be expensive
Big potential, little growth
Possible return to nuclear power but significant factors opposing its return remain
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