With its 55 nuclear reactors currently offline in answer to the devastating earthquake and tsunami it suffered in March 2011, Japan has been forced to import more expensive alternative fuels to replace the homegrown nuclear-fueled electrical generation capacity which previously made up between a quarter and a third of the country’s electrical output and helped it achieve energy independence in large measure.  Today, with a return to nuclear power in serious question, Japan needs to lock up significant sources of alternative fuels to generate th...

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