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Fukushima: From disaster to green hydrogen & 100% renewable energy

After the triple disaster in 2011, with the 9.0 earthquake crushing thousands of houses, the 15 meter tsunami wave sweeping away everything in its way and the three meltdowns in the nuclear reactors, with more than 15 000 dead and 450 000 homeless, the future has been bleak for the Fukushima region. But the Fukushima prefecture is trying to reinvent itself as THE place for locally produced, renewable energy - solar power and green hydrogen for fuel cell-vehicles. Give Fukushima the Climate Love they so badly need!

https://youtu.be/G_1LQyBCFQA




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  • Daryl Cleary

    73 w

    Instead of using clean energy to make highly explosive, very inefficient, Way too expensive and unstable hydrogen just use the clean energy directly. Hydrogen technology is just greenwashing as the dirty fuel industry wants to continue selling us something we can get for free from sunshine, the wind, geothermal or ocean energy and use that to fuel zero exhaust machines and vehicles.

    • We Don't Have Time

      73 w

      Dear Mattias Goldmann Thank you for getting your climate love to level 2! We have reached out to Fukushima Prefecture and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! /Adam We Don't Have Time

      • Patrick Kiash

        73 w

        Reinventing sustainable future is very inspiring.

        • Tabitha Kimani

          73 w

          Wonderful. 100% restoration is possible.

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          • Kevin Waweru

            73 w

            An amazing turn around 👏

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            • Ingmar Rentzhog

              73 w

              Is there a problem with the sound on the video? I can't hear anything. Is it just my computer?

              • Mattias Goldmann

                73 w

                @Rentzhog Damn me neither! I will change the link.

                • Mattias Goldmann

                  73 w

                  @Rentzhog Now!

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                • JOSEPH KIARII NDUNGU

                  73 w

                  Well deserved!

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                  • Gorffly mokua

                    73 w

                    This is so inspiring! Much climate love to them.

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                    • Mattias Goldmann

                      73 w

                      After the triple disaster in 2011, with the 9.0 earthquake crushing thousands of houses, the 15 meter tsunami wave sweeping away everything in its way and the three meltdowns in the nuclear reactors, with more than 15 000 dead and 450 000 homeless, the future has been bleak for the Fukushima region. But the Fukushima prefecture is trying to reinvent itself as THE place for locally produced, renewable energy - solar power and green hydrogen for fuel cell-vehicles. Give Fukushima the Climate Love they so badly need!

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