At his monthly press briefing on January 24, President Akio Takahashi of the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum (JAIF) distributed and explained his message, released the same day, about Japan’s contributions to international organizations.
- 12 December, 2018 JAIF’s Nuclear Industry Survey: Difficult to Reach a Nuclear Power Share of 20-22% by 2030
- 22 November, 2018 Taylor Wilson Boosts SMRs at JAEA Annual Report Conference 2018
- 19 November, 2018 Tokyo City University’s Science Café Features Hands-on Nuclear Exhibition of Robots
- 5 October, 2018 JAIF Press Briefing: President Takahashi Foresees Progress in BWR Examinations by NRA
- 20 July, 2018 Japan-IAEA Joint Nuclear Energy Management School Opens for 2018, Developing Next Generation of Young Professionals
- 29 June, 2018 JAIF President Personally Sad to See Fukushima Daini Go
- 21 June, 2018 JAIF Holds General Assembly: Chairman Imai Welcomes JAIF’s Role as “Control Tower” to Strategically Develop Nuclear Human Resources
- 20 June, 2018 New Association to Be Launched in July, with Ei Kadokami at the Helm
- 11 June, 2018 Nuclear Energy Buyers Guide in Japan 2018-19 is now available
- 29 May, 2018 JAIF President Sees HTGRs Carrying Japanese Technology to World, Helping to Secure Human Resources
- 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
On January 17, Japan’s Hitachi Ltd. decided to freeze the project being carried out by its wholly-owned subsidiary, Horizon Nuclear Power, to build two nuclear reactors—both advanced boiling water reactors (ABWRs)—at the Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station in the UK.