Minamisoma City in Fukushima Prefecture has been releasing a series of PR videos created to describe its activities toward realizing the Robot Development Vision, a priority in its strategy for reconstruction.
- 16 March, 2020 Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field Opens in Namie Town, with Hydrogen to Be Used in Tokyo Olympics
- 5 February, 2020 Interview with Two Experts: Former UKAEA Chair Says “Political Intentions Exist Behind Unfounded Fears and Rumors”
- 30 January, 2020 ALPS Achieves Treatment Volume of One Million Tons in Less than Seven Years
- 21 January, 2020 Evacuation Orders for Futaba, Okuma, Tomioka Towns to Be Partially Lifted in March, with JR Joban Line to Be Completely Reopened for Service
- 24 December, 2019 Fuel Removal from Fukushima Daiichi-1 NPP: Large Cover to be Installed First
- 21 November, 2019 TEPCO Announces Timeline for Storage and Disposal of Treated Contaminated Water at Fukushima Daiichi
- 7 October, 2019 Fukushima Joban Products Fair Begins, Featuring Seafood Sent Directly to Restaurants in Tokyo-Yokohama Area
- 16 August, 2019 Two-day International Forum on Decommissioning Fukushima Daiichi Focuses on Coexistence and Co-prosperity with Local Communities
- 9 August, 2019 IRID Symposium Held in Fukushima, with Students Explaining Their Research on Fuel Debris Removal
- 8 August, 2019 TEPCO Decides to Decommission All Four Fukushima Daini Units
- 30 July, 2019 Fukushima Governor Promotes Local Products and Tourism at Summer Davos Meeting in China
- 5 June, 2019 TEPCO Considering New Plan to Remove Spent Fuel from Fukushima Daiichi-2
- 15 May, 2019 【52nd JAIF Annual Conference】 Fukushima Daiichi Report
On March 27, the Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) released its Decommissioning Midterm Action Plan 2020, describing the main work processes to be conducted in the decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs) through the end of 2031 or so.