After the earth quake and tsunami in Japan, Two of its nuclear plants out of 54 have gone down so far and it is not sure that when they will be in working position again. According to the survey Japan is one of the world’s largest leader in production of atomic energy, will have shut down an industry of electric power which occupied a third of its overall electricity next month.
The Prime Minister, YOSHIHIKO NODA, has called for restarting the industry as early as possible with the few alternatives as well. Due to fearing oppositions he said that “he will not start the plant again without the approval of the community”.
Japan government has requested to turn off all the air-conditioning in the summer and turn off all the office lights in the day time, due to this decision Japan has managed to overcome power shortage so far. They also have called for the expensive means of electricity i.e. natural gas and foreign plants etc.
Japan has faced his first trade deficit in three decades for which economists has blamed to the loss of nuclear power. As the weather gets warmer and warmer Japan will face more and more energy crises. Japan faced energy crises in last summer after having 19 nuclear power plants in working conditions.