World Nuclear News: "In his interview with the Financial Times, published yesterday, Kajiyama said: 'Personally, I think nuclear power will be indispensable.' He described Japan's electricity supply as 'touch-and-go' during heavy snowfall last month, which resulted in high electricity prices and tight supplies in some areas of the country. 'Solar wasn't generating. Wind wasn't generating. I'm trying to persuade everybody that in the end we need nuclear power.'