Japan approves new energy plan

A cask is prepared to remove nuclear fuel rods at a destroyed Fukushima reactor

The March 2011 accident at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant triggered widespread public opposition to the use of nuclear energy in Japan.

Japan's cabinet has approved an energy strategy that identifies nuclear power as a key baseload source of electricity but lacks clear generation targets for renewable resources such as solar and wind.


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