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The country, which gets most of its electricity from nuclear power, is debating whether to wean itself from that dependency.
In a world of more electronics and solar energy, there’s less and less need for AC power.
Fast reactors can shrink nuclear-waste stockpiles, but can designers tame the inherent hazards?
Better technology and high battery costs have revived interest in hydrogen-guzzling vehicles.
A flooded carbon market could help make the case for carbon taxation in the United States.
Despite a few automakers backing away from electric cars, they are alive and well at the Paris auto show.
Printable photovoltaics could become viable, thanks to a new advance.
To reach a goal of getting 80 percent of its power from renewable sources by 2050, Germany plows subsidies into the smart grid.
Japan is desperately trying to replace its nuclear-power capacity with renewables. It still has a long way to go.
Reactors must be able to handle the worst if we hope to prevent a repeat of last year’s meltdowns.