- Nov 28, 2018 2:19 pm GMT
Japan restarted 5 nuclear reactors in 2018, with the latest being a 890 MW reactor at the end of October.
After the Fukushima accident, Japan's entire nuclear fleet was suspended (resulting in greater dependence on LNG, oil, and coal imports due to Japan's lack of natural energy resouces), but the long-term goal is for nuclear share of generation to reach 20-22% by 2030.
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