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perjantai 18. maaliskuuta 2011

Nuclear Power in Japan

Experts say health risks from Japan's quake-hit nuclear power reactors seem fairly low and winds are likely to carry any contamination out to the Pacific without threatening other nations.

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Nuclear Power in Japan

  • Japan needs to import some 80% of its energy requirements. 
  • Its first commercial nuclear power reactor began operating in mid 1966, and nuclear energy has been a national strategic priority since 1973. 
  • The country's 54 reactors provide some 30% of the country's electricity and this is expected to increase to at least 40% by 2017.

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