How Dependent is Japan on Nuclear Energy?

The following charts show nuclear makes up 13.6 percent of Japan total energy supply and a large portion of the the country’s electricity production.  Note how it has replaced oil as major source of electricity since the early 1970’s.  We have included a similar U.S. chart as a point reference. (click here if charts are not observable)

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