The theme of Session 2 of the JAIF Annual Conference this year, held on April 14, was “Onward in the Reconstruction of Fukushima,” which has been repeated since 2012, the year following the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs).
- 19 April, 2021 【54th JAIF Annual Conference】Chairman Imai Says “Continuation of Nuclear Power is Essential”
- 16 April, 2021 Nuclear Energy Subcommittee Hears Opinions on Technological Infrastructure from Representatives of Industry
- 13 April, 2021 Remarks by JAIF Chairman Imai Takashi at the 54th JAIF Annual Conference
- 8 April, 2021 JGC Holdings Announces Participation in SMR Development by NuScale Power in the U.S.
- 19 March, 2021 NRA Approves Draft Review Report on Dry Spent Fuel Storage Facility at Genkai NPPs
- 17 March, 2021 Nippon Foundation Surveys Young People on Decarbonization Awareness
- 12 March, 2021 President Kobayakawa Addresses TEPCO Employees to Mark Tenth Anniversary of Fukushima Daiichi Accident
- 3 March, 2021 Challenged by Rubble, TEPCO Completes Removal of Spent Fuel Assemblies from Pool at Fukushima Daiichi-3 NPP
- 1 March, 2021 Japan Research Reactor No. 3 Resumes Operation
- 25 February, 2021 Registration Opens for the 54th JAIF Annual Conference
- 24 February, 2021 FEPC Chairman Explains Response to Earthquake off Fukushima
- 17 February, 2021 Site for Spent Fuel Intermediate Storage Facility Outside Fukui Prefecture to Be Determined by End of 2023
- 5 January, 2021 New Year’s Greeting by JAIF Chairman Imai
In the panel discussion in Session I, which focused on achieving a decarbonized society by 2050 as envisioned in the Paris Agreement, panelists discussed commitments to energy conversion, the establishment of sustainable energy systems, and the contributions of nuclear power to these and other global issues. Those were based on suggestions made in the opening and special sessions, and with shared recognition of the global effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.