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Japan is a rejecting a test reactor which has worked for only 250 days of its 22-year life expectancy and cost $9bn (£7.2bn).

Japan cancels failed $9bn Monju nuclear reactor

The Monju reactor, in western Japan’s Fukui city, was intended to blaze the majority of its own spent fuel, wiping out the need to manage the atomic waste.

Be that as it may, it endured its first issues months after it went live, and has not worked appropriately since.

It would now require billions more for security moves up to be restarted.

“We have chosen to decommission Monju in light of the fact that restarting it would require noteworthy time and cost,” boss bureau secretary Yoshihide Suga said.

Yet, authorities are not surrendering through and through, as it had been trusted the reactor would turn out to be the answer for Japan’s inadequate normal vitality assets.

They are comprehended to look for another quick reactor to supplant Monju, in spite of rivals saying Japan ought to surrender the program and move to direct internment of spent fuel as waste.

As indicated by the Japan Times, Monju will cost no less than 375bn yen ($3.2bn; £2.6bn) to decommission and might be completely destroyed by 2047.

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