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Japanese regulator decides against restarting Kashiwazaki-Kariwa No. 7 nuclear reactor

Daily Mail 17th March 2021, Japanese nuclear regulators said Wednesday that the world’s largest nuclear
power plant, owned by the utility behind the Fukushima nuclear crisis, will
not restart anytime soon due to serious holes in the anti-terrorism
measures found at the facility.

The Nuclear Regulation Authority at its
weekly meeting decided to suspend further safety inspection and other
processes for a restart of the No. 7 reactor at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa
nuclear power plant on the northern Japanese coast in Niigata prefecture.
The plant is owned by the Tokyo Electric Power Co.

March 19, 2021 - Posted by | Japan, safety

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