Two years after the nuclear power disaster, the Oma Nuclear Power Plant is under construction : News Photo

Two years after the nuclear power disaster, the Oma Nuclear Power Plant is under construction

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OMA, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 27: A windmill and a solar panel to generate power at the Asako House, a log house built in a piece of property owned by Atsuko Ogasawara. The house is surrounded by the land owned by Oma Nuclear Power Plant builder, J-Power. (Photo by Ko Sasaki for The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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OMA, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 27: A windmill and a solar panel to generate power at the Asako House, a log house built in a piece of property owned by Atsuko Ogasawara. The house is surrounded by the land owned by Oma Nuclear Power Plant builder, J-Power. (Photo by Ko Sasaki for The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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