Replacing Japan's Busted Nukes

April 2011
Forbes Asia;Apr2011, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p18
The article focuses on the costs that will be incurred by Japan to replace around 10% of its nuclear power generation which include 18 billion dollars for producing wind energy, 30 billion dollars to install coal-fired power plants, and seven billion dollars for natural gas energy.


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