JAIF Holds General Assembly: Chairman Imai Welcomes JAIF’s Role as “Control Tower” to Strategically Develop Nuclear Human Resources
On June 18, the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum (JAIF) held its general assembly for FY18 (covering the period from April 2018 to March 2019) in Tokyo, at which a settlement of accounts for the previous fiscal year was submitted and appointments of officers upon the expiration of their previous terms were proposed; both were unanimously approved. The assembly participants were also given explanations of the FY17 business report and the FY18 business plan and budget.
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- 28 May, 2018 ANRE Verifies Summer Electricity Supply and Demand Projections, Expecting 3% Reserve Capacity Margin in All Service Areas
- 11 May, 2018 JAIF, KAIF Hold Joint Forum on Nuclear Power Plant Safety and Decommissioning, Sharing Latest Knowledge and Information
- 11 May, 2018 [JAIF Press Briefing] World Nuclear Capacity at Record High for Third Year in a Row
- 9 May, 2018 [51st JAIF Annual Conference] Session 3: Innovations in Nuclear Power
- 9 May, 2018 [51st JAIF Annual Conference] Session 2: Promotion of International Activities by Nuclear Vendors
- 7 May, 2018 “The Boy Who Played with Fusion” Interview with Taylor Wilson
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A new organization called the Atomic Energy Association (ATENA) will be established on July 1, the purpose of which will be to mobilize the information and resources of the entire Japanese nuclear industry to achieve substantive safety improvements.