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New Sustainable Power in Fukushima – government plans solar and wind farms in area

Nuclear power is really controversial. Sure it’s clean but when it goes bad, it goes bad big. Such is the case for the plant in Fukushima, famous for leaking radiation after earthquake and tsunami damage. The government isn’t bringing the plant back but energy generation is returning to the area with new, sustainable energy plans.

Japan has a multi-billion dollar project in the works to bring solar and wind farms to the area. There would be eleven solar farm and ten wind farms built in the area. They would generate a total of 600 megawatts.

The project should be completed by March of 2024. The project is part of the plan to move away from nuclear power and towards sustainable energy.

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