Mari Saito, from Reuters, published a great article on the town of Satsumasendai where Kyushu Electric Power Company’s Sendai Nuclear Power Station has been “fast tracked” for restart. Saito-san points out the conflict between the personal economic needs of a small town and concerns about accident possibilities. Read the full article on Reuters UK: In …
Was an undersea slump the reason the 3.11 tsnuami reached such heights? Professor Dave Tappin, a marine geologist at the British Geological Survey, has evidence this may be the case.
Ryu-san has recognized the hard work and constant effort that Tohoku EPCo devotes to safety. After so much has been published about what went wrong on 3.11, it is nice to see someone publishing about what went right
Continuing his work in Japan, Woody has joined JANSI (Japan Nuclear Safety Institute) on their Technical Review Committee (Group), to review the assessment feedbacks and recommendations to nuclear operators.
Although the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami wrecked the Fukushima No. 1 plant in Fukushima Prefecture, the younger Onagawa plant in neighboring in Miyagi was “remarkably undamaged” by the violent temblor and tsunami and safely shut down, experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency said Friday.