Pension reform: calculate the age at which you will finally leave
Has the Japanese nuclear industry finally, more than ten years after the Fukushima accident, regained its central place in the energy mix of the world's third largest economy?
On December 22, GX, the council of experts responsible for guiding the country towards its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, made the atom the main tool of its energy transition.
And in two ways.
First, by planning to extend the life of power plants beyond sixty years.
Then by authorizing the construction of new power plants and the development of appropriate technologies.
The eleven electricians in the country now feel supported.
Why did the pusillanimous Fumio Kishida, Prime Minister of Japan who presides over GX, take this risk?
A priori, climate change is neither cold nor (especially) hot in Japanese homes.
But they cruelly feel the dormancy of the nuclear fleet, replaced by fossil fuels whose operators, financially drained, pass on...
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