In-Focus: Japan – More surveys at Ohi plant – Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority to establish panel to discuss iodine table criteria

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Nuclear Regulation Authority to push for more surveys at Ohi plant

On Wednesday, Nuclear Regulation Authority commissioner Kunihiko Shimazaki called for more digging, ground samples, and data-collecting around the fault, until the panelists have come to an acceptable conclusion.

Source: JiJi Press

Source: NHK

Source: The Wall Street Journal


TEPCO chairman meets with Fukushima Governor to discuss Fukushima reconstruction headquarters

Source: NHK


Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority to establish panel to discuss iodine table criteria

The newly-appointed NRA has the authority to decide when the tablets should be administered, yet the details of when people should be told to take the pills and by whom have yet to be resolved.

Source: The Daily Yomiuri


Nuclear Regulation Authority designates Fukushima Daiichi as special management facility

Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority today designated the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant as a facility that requires special management, a move aimed to enhance regulators’ oversight of the complex hit by a meltdown disaster.

Source: The Hindu Times


Nuclear Regulation Authority to correct radiation spread estimates again

Source: JiJi Press


Japan set to draft power system reform timetable

Source: NHK

 

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