TOKYO -- The prototype Monju fast breeder reactor, once viewed as a panacea for Japan's energy woes, is likely to be downgraded to a nuclear waste processing unit under a new energy policy.
With myriad technical challenges and astronomical costs, the government will likely abandon its quest for what could have been an infinite energy source when it adopts a new planning document as early as this month.
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