Renewable nation: Japan invests in solar


In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan is investing heavily in renewable energy. Although the costs of this transition are high, and the land required seemingly out-sized, the citizens and government of Japan are deeply committed to developing a steady supply of energy that neither endangers lives nor ruins the environment.

Backed by political will and public support, electronics manufacturer Kyocera has built and activated Japan’s largest solar power plant that can power up to 22,000 Japanese homes.

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