Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Crisis-hit Japan mulls shift to renewable energy

<img src="http://www.davidsellers.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache/2aefe_89b4c6237a988f0c0e0f6a7067005716.jpg" width="130" height="86" alt="In this Tuesday, May 1, 2012 photo, a commuter train passes by a new building of the Tokyo Institute of Technologies covered by 4,500 solar panels in Tokyo. The panels covering the roof and two walls of the university’s Environment and Energy Innovation Building can provide sufficient quantity of electricity for the building’s own consumption. Another long, stupefyingly hot summer is looming for Japan just as it shuts down its last operating nuclear power reactor, worsening a squeeze on electricity and adding urgency to calls for a green energy revolution. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)” align=”left” title=”In this Tuesday, May 1, 2012 photo, a commuter train passes by a new building of the Tokyo Institute of Technologies covered by 4,500 solar panels in Tokyo. The panels covering the roof and two walls of the university’s Environment and Energy Innovation Building can provide sufficient quantity of electricity for the building’s own consumption. Another long, stupefyingly hot summer is looming for Japan just as it shuts down its last operating nuclear power reactor, worsening a squeeze on electricity and adding urgency to calls for a green energy revolution. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)” border=”0″ />Another long, stupefyingly hot summer is looming for Japan just as it shuts down its last operating nuclear power reactor, worsening a squeeze on electricity and adding urgency to calls for a green energy revolution.


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