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Curtain falls on atomic feud with Kepco -- The Japan Times

” OSAKA – They’re nothing but a bunch of overpaid, arrogant jerks who should have been fired long ago for their managerial incompetence, while he’s a just another crude loudmouth who has no idea what he’s talking about. 696 more words

Decommissioning

Expert panel says fault lines under Mihama nuclear plant are unlikely to be not inactive

An expert panel of the Nuclear Regulation Authority released a report on Friday saying fault lines under the Mihama nuclear plant are “probably unlikely to be not inactive”. 110 more words

Satire

[Press Release] Labor group to Petilla: Ask KEPCO to grant workers demands to prevent strike-PM

Labor group to Petilla: Ask KEPCO to grant workers demands to prevent strike

The labor group Partido Manggagawa (PM) called on Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla to ask the management of KEPCO-Salcon Power Corp. 516 more words

Human Rights

A victory for common sense

A Japanese court has issued a landmark injunction halting plans to restart two nuclear reactors at the Takahama nuclear plant in Fukui Prefecture.
The decision, although criticized by the pro-nuclear sector, is a rational and ethical one, and shows incredible good sense from the presiding judge Hideaki Higuchi. 471 more words

Japan

Restarting nuclear reactors in Fukui prefecture

Japan’s nuclear watchdog Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) has given Kansai Electric Power Co. (KEPCO) the OK to restart reactors No. 3 and No. 4 at its Takahama nuclear power plant in Fukui Prefecture. 443 more words

Blog

State power companies get cybersecurity orders

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) says state-run power companies will spend a total of 79 billion won ($71 million) on cybersecurity this year, an increase of 18 billion won.  165 more words

ICT

Rassegna settimanale 24 - 30 novembre: Giappone e Corea del Sud

24 novembre – Giappone: Smentiti gli effetti negativi delle radiazioni dopo Fukushima

Nel gennaio 2012 fu chiesto all’UNSCEAR, il Comitato Scientifico delle Nazioni Unite, dall’Assemblea Generale delle Nazioni Unite di dare una “valutazione completa dei livelli di esposizione e dei rischi da radiazioni” attribuibili all’incidente di Fukushima. 1,200 more words

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