Going Forward

Hattori, Takuya
January 2012
Nuclear Plant Journal;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
An interview with Takuya Hattori, president of Japan Atomic Industrial Forum Inc. (JAIF) is presented. Hattori states that electric utilities should be responsible in implementing the government's report related to the lessons learned from the nuclear accident in Fukushima, Japan in 2011. He says that it is effective to use the American Nuclear Society's (ANS') standards in ensuring nuclear power plants. He also relates recommendations in enhancing plant's international regulatory framework.


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