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Japan and USA to develop small nuclear reactors”within each country and third countries.”

Japan and the United States agreed Monday to strengthen bilateral
cooperation on developing next-generation nuclear reactors during
ministerial talks on energy.

Japanese industry minister Yasutoshi Nishimura
and U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm also agreed during their
meeting that Tokyo and Washington will work more closely on securing
liquefied natural gas and other energy security matters.

According to a
joint statement, Japan and the United States will step up cooperation in
developing and constructing next-generation advanced reactors, including
small modular reactors, “within each country and third countries.” The two
governments already revealed a plan in October to work together on helping
Ghana introduce small nuclear reactor technology.

 Kyodo News 10th Jan 2023

https://english.kyodonews.net/news/2023/01/c3ef22513bfe-japan-us-to-cooperate-over-next-generation-nuclear-reactors.html

 The US and Japan have agreed to strengthen cooperation on developing and
constructing next-generation advanced reactors, including small modular
reactors, “within each country and third countries”. Japan’s industry
minister Yasutoshi Nishimura and US energy secretary Jennifer Granholm met
in Washington to discuss the situation surrounding global energy security,
strengthening clean energy cooperation, and the importance of clean energy
transitions, including renewable energies and nuclear energy.

 Nucnet 11th Jan 2023

https://www.nucnet.org/news/countries-to-strengthen-nuclear-cooperations-including-small-modular-reactors-1-3-2023

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January 13, 2023 - Posted by | Japan, Small Modular Nuclear Reactors

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