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Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl and Fukushima  ゆがんだ科学−−チェルノブイリ・フクシマの後の原子力発電産業 Japanese translation available http://peacephilosophy.blogspot.com/2012/03/gayle-greene-nuclear-power-industry.html

Megasolar Japan: The Prospects for Green Alternatives to Nuclear Power  メガ太陽熱発電の日本−−核発電にたいする環境によい代替案の見通し

Japan’s Remarkable Renewable Energy Drive—After Fukushima  日本の再生可能エネルギーへの目覚ましい推進力−−フクシマのあと

Japan’s Energy Policy at a Crossroads: A Renewable Energy Future?  岐路に立つ日本のエネルギー政策−−再生可能エネルギーの未来?

Japan: Building a Galapagos of Power? 日本−−権力のガラパゴス群島建設へ?

The Asian Super Grid  アジアの巨大配電網

Distributed Power and Incentives in Post-Fukushima Japan  フクシマ後の日本における分権と報奨

China's Industrial Energy Revolution: Renewable targets just became even more demanding (Part 1)  中国の工業用エネルギー革命−−再生可能目標は以前に増して困難

China’s Energy Industrial Revolution (Part 2) 中国におけるエネルギー革命(第2部)

Abenomics and Energy Efficiency in Japan アベノミックスと日本におけるエネルギー効率