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23 January, 2020

Announcement of the 53rd JAIF Annual Conference

We are pleased to announce that the 53rd edition of JAIF Annual Conference (AC) will be held at the Tokyo International Forum on April 20-21 this year. We cordially invite you to be part of the flagship event of the Japanese nuclear industry.

Under the Paris Agreement, the new international framework for curbing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to realize a low-carbon society is envisioned by 2050. The Japanese government also advocates a so-called “energy shift” and realization of a low-carbon society with nuclear energy as an option, but in reality nuclear energy is facing bleak future prospects worldwide. Amidst climate emergency, join us at the JAIF AC to consider the desired states of energy and nuclear business from broad viewpoints, and what we should do for future generations.

Make sure to check our JAIF AC website (https://www.jaif.or.jp/53rd-annual/en/index.html) for further updates and information on registration (to be announced soon).

Participation Fee:
JAIF Members: 51,000 JPY / Non JAIF Members: 102,000 JPY
(including tax and April 20 dinner reception)                                                                                              *To encourage active participation among diverse groups, each paid participant from any JAIF member companies is entitled to COMPLIMENTARY registration of up to two young (under 36) or female colleagues (excl. dinner reception).

Inquiries:
JAIF Department of International Affairs
Tel: +81-3-6256-9313
Email:53rd-annual@jaif.or.jp

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