Nuke Info Tokyo No. 163 (Nov./Dec. 2014)

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Report on the 16th No Nukes Asia Forum

The Uranium Extraction Policy of Mongolia: The Current Situation, by SELENGE Lkhagvajav

Report on the struggle of a Nuclear Power Subcommittee Member (2)
New support policies for nuclear power plants as Japan moves toward the deregulation of electrical power / Excuses for extending the life of Monju

Nuclear Power Station decommissioning
Schedule-first policy placing excessive burdens on workers, TEPCO has responsibility to protect workers’ health and jobs.

Reference Material: Radiation Exposure Data for Nuclear Power Plant Workers (Fiscal Year 2013)

Reference Material: Japan’s Separated Plutonium Inventory (as of the end of 2013)

Current State of Post-Accident Operations at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (May to end October 2014)

Group Intro : From Fukui, the “Nuclear Ginza” Sayonara Genpatsu Fukui Network

News Watch
 -Kagoshima Prefecture and Satsumasendai City Agree to Sendai NPS Restart
-Two NRA Members Replaced
-Problems Soon Arise with Monju’s New System
-Tokai Reprocessing Plant to be Permanently Shut Down
-Completion of Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant Postponed
-Early Decision Sought on Operating Reactors Past 40 Years
-Interim Waste Storage Bill before the Diet
-Two Bills Related to CSC Approval come before Diet
-EUR Certification of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ EU-APWR

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