TOKYO -- Japan's nuclear power policy is at a crossroads as nearly half of the 42 nuclear reactors are at least 30 years old. The planned life span is 40. While most of the 42 are currently shutdown following the 2011 Fukushima disaster, operators will need to decide which ones to reactivate.
Japan's aging fleet of reactors spell trouble for energy blueprint
Country needs 30 nuclear plants running but many are more than 30-years old