Japan’s Nuclear Safety Steps May Cost 19 Billion Yen Per Reactor


  • Japan’s Nuclear Safety Steps May Cost 19 Billion Yen Per Reactor

    The additional safety measures will increase the cost of building a nuclear reactor by about 5 percent, according to calculations based on data provided in the report. The committee estimates the cost of constructing a reactor at 420 billion yen, assuming a rate of 350,000 yen per kilowatt and a capacity of 1.2 million kilowatts.

    webmasters comment:

    Big Alert for the Japanese. As i have predicted after Hosono's remarks, they are back on track to restart the reactors.

    Not only that, they are back on track to build more!

    Lies about the low costs of the nuclear industry are of course continuing and never mentioning that the taxpayers get stuck with the bill.

    Source: businessweek.com