It's goodbye nuclear, hello renewables as Japan prepares to build the world's largest offshore wind farm this July.
By 2020, the plan is to build a total of 143 wind turbines on platforms 16 kilometres off the coast of Fukushima, home to the stricken Daiichi nuclear reactor that hit the headlines in March 2011 when it was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami.
The wind farm, which will generate 1 gigawatt of power once completed, is part of a national plan to increase renewable energy resources following the post-tsunami shutdown of the nation's 54 nuclear reactors. Only two have since come back online.
The thing is to find ways to make progress from reason, from the facts themselves, from the information gathered by experts rather than a public opinion that's been alarmed by a disaster.