Data suggesting that less than one third of Japan’s nuclear reactors will be restarted has driven speculation that the country may be forced to develop more gas-fired power plant projects. Over two thirds of Japan’s nuclear reactors are likely to not pass stringent seismological, political, economic, and logistical checks, according to analysts.
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