What happened to “no nukes” Japan? via globalpost

OSAKA, Japan — While Japan debates the possible restart of two nuclear reactors amid warnings of summer power shortages, the plant that prompted the shutdown of the country’s entire nuclear industry is still a cause for concern.

Six months after the government declared that Fukushima Daiichi, where three reactors melted down following the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011, had reached a stable state known as “cold shutdown,” the focus has shifted to the condition of spent fuel rods being stored in a fourth reactor building.

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