02 Apr '11, 3am

China to Cut Nuclear & Increase Solar Power Goals after Japan Crisis:

China recently passed up the U.S. as the world’s leading energy consumer. What it does on this front is critical to the long-term livability of our planet (for humans, at least). It is great to see that it is not only cutting back on nuclear expansion (which is a very risky option until someone learns how to deal with nuclear waste that lasts several times longer than humans have existed for ), but that it is also increasing its solar power goals to account for this.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/04/01/china-to-cut-nuclear-...

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