sexta-feira, 9 de dezembro de 2011

Japan enters the european renewable spiral

Japan is entering in the same imaginary and disastrous spiral of Europe. Japan is trying to climb the wall of nuclear energy. But it will fail. Fail as Denmark, Germany, Italy and all coutries that try to turn their back on nuclear power.

Japan is electrically isolated and can not exchange electricity with neibours and therefore can not explore intermitent wind and solar. Because of that it will deregulate environmental policies and allow invasion of its national parks to explore geothermal resources. Without nuclear it will pollute more, so Japan also wants to start a vicious carbon offset program. And now wants to tax other energy sources to finance renewable energy. And of course, the holy graal of the renewable revolution, wants to promote energy efficiency (which, if we look at it properly, is the proof that renewable energy is unable to light the modern world). Getting a dejá vu sensation?

Ironically, exporting nuclear energy remains a national priority. Nuclear power might not be good enough for the japanese people but apparently is for the rest of the world.

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