Why The Largest Nuclear Power Plant Was Shut Down
For over a decade the world's largest nuclear power plant has lain eerily dormant. A chain of mishaps, both natural and man-made, have delayed it's reopening. Yet many locals are clamouring for its return. So why did Kashiwazaki-Kariwa in Japan close in the first place? What's keeping it shut? And could a previously undetected fault line under the sea condemn it to being abandoned forever?