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Japan wants to be carbon neutral by 2050. Here's what it will mean for nuclear energy

Nuclear power is widely accepted as a key element of decarbonising energy. Image: REUTERS/David W Cerny

Aaron Sheldrick

Journalist, Reuters

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Following the 2011 Fukushima, use of nuclear energy in Japan dropped dramatically. Image: BP Statistical Review of Energy 2020.

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