On February 26, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) announced that it had resumed operation of its research reactor—the Japan Research Reactor No. 3 (JRR-3), with a maximum thermal output of 20 MW—in Tokai Village, Ibaraki Prefecture.
- 26 November, 2020 JAIF Releases Results of Fact-finding Survey of Japanese Nuclear Industry for Fiscal 2019: Some Effects Seen of COVID-19
- 12 October, 2020 Nuclear Power Plant and Reactor Exporters’ Principles of Conduct (NuPoC)
- 23 September, 2020 Hitachi to End Business Operations on UK Nuclear Power Project
- 3 September, 2020 JAIF Issues Joint Video Message with Foreign Counterparts
- 3 August, 2020 On Taking Office as JAIF President
- 3 August, 2020 Nuclear Energy Buyers Guide in Japan 2020-21 is now available
- 16 June, 2020 Toshiba ESS and Yokohama National University Boost Joint Research to Upgrade Heavy-Ion Cancer Therapy, Using Kanagawa Prefectural Facility
- 5 February, 2020 Interview with Two Experts: Former UKAEA Chair Says “Political Intentions Exist Behind Unfounded Fears and Rumors”
- 29 January, 2020 JAIF President Takahashi Gives Press Briefing, Describing Court Order Halting the Operation of Ikata-3 as “Regrettable”
- 27 November, 2019 JAIF Releases Results of Fact-Finding Survey of Japanese Nuclear Industry for Fiscal 2018
- 26 November, 2019 Hitachi Receives Order from Mayo Clinic to Build First Carbon Ion Treatment System in North America
- 25 November, 2019 Keidanren: Japan’s Commitment to Low-Carbon Society Shows NPP Restarts Helped Reduce CO2 Emissions in Fiscal 2018
- 3 October, 2019 Kindai University, Hayakawa Rubber Develop Easily-molded Radiation Shielding Material
On November 30, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) announced its Energy Transition project to realize “2050 carbon neutral”—namely, net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050—for the entirety of the MHI group.