Various types of power plants producing biomass, geothermal, hydro-electric, nuclear, solar, waste , and wind energy. Alternate Energy Sources in Japan. Biomass. Biomass.
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Biomass energy plants typically burn biological material that is usually grown, or produced, specifically for the plant which is renewable.
Geothermal power plants are a natural fit for Japan’s rather volcanic location. The subterranean heat is an economical and eco-friendly power source.
The Fukushima nuclear power plant suffered catastrophic damage from a large tsunami generated from an undersea earthquake in the pacific on March 11, 2011. The reactors leaked hazardous radiation into the surrounding environment leading to a public evacuation.
Hibikinada Wind Farm
Sakata City Power Station
Wind power plants, commonly known as wind farms, are excellent for a very clean power solution. However, due to the low power output of most turbines, a large area of structures is usually required to produce a viable energy source.