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Wind Farm in Fukushima

作者: Karlson Yip

Wind Farm in Fukushima. © Guillaume Bression / Greenpeace

At one of the biggest wind farms in Fukushima prefecture, Japan, 33 wind turbines are producing electricity equivalent to power demands of 35,000 households’ demands per year. Fukushima prefecture has declared to become 100% renewable by 2040. After the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Feed in Tariff scheme was installed in 2012. Since then renewable energy, mainly photovoltaic, has grown massively however, wind capacity hasn’t grown so much and remains 3GW in 2015.