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11 January, 2018

Details Set for the 51st JAIF Annual Conference

JAIF is pleased to announce that its 51st Annual Conference (AC) will be held at the Toshi Center Hotel Tokyo on April 9-10 this year. We invite you to be part of the flagship event of the Japanese nuclear industry that has been in existence since 1968.

With Japan’s Strategic Energy Plan having just been revised, participants at this year’s JAIF AC titled “Nuclear Power, an Energy to Play a Key Role for the Future?” will have an opportunity to consider what is required in order for nuclear power to manifest its potential to the maximum, and to continue contributing to stable energy supplies, the fight against global warming, and stabilization and development of societies and economies.

Make sure to bookmark JAIF AC website (https://www.jaif.or.jp/51st-annual/) for further updates and information on registration (to be announced soon)

Participation Fee:
JAIF Members: 50,000 JPY / Non JAIF Members: 100,000 JPY
(including tax and April 9 dinner reception)

Inquiries:
JAIF Department of International Affairs
Tel: +81-3-6256-9313
Email: 51st-annual@jaif.or.jp

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