15 Apr '11, 2pm

What if the $152 billion to clean up Fukushima were spent on solar instead?

What if the $152 billion to clean up Fukushima were spent on solar instead?

The projected cost for the management of the Fukushima crisis is $152 billion. And that doesn't even include the cost of building and operating the plant in the first place. What if all that scratch had been spent on solar panels instead? It would be amazing, that's what. Read this infographic and weep. (Click here for a larger version. Brought to you by solar buying club 1 Block Off the Grid .)

Full article: http://www.grist.org/list/2011-04-15-what-if-fukushima-ha...

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