Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda said September 13 that a stable energy supply from advanced renewable energy and nuclear power is a top priority for the new administration. Prime Minister Noda, who was placed in power September 2, said that the government will begin from scratch, and will draft a new energy policy by next summer. The previous administration had proposed phasing out the country’s 54 plants following the Fukushima nuclear crisis.
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