Fukushima & Nuclear News Roundup


TEPCO shareholders demand Fukushima interviews be released to the public, threaten to take it to court if needed.

The Japanese govt. wants to establish a city for 3000 workers near Fukushima Daiichi. The town would be located in the difficult to return areas near the plant. There are also plans to locate other facilities needed to decontaminate the plant nearby.

Tohoku Electric applied for restart inspections on their Higashidori nuclear plant near the Rokkasho nuclear site.

New welded water tanks are being delivered to Fukushima Daiichi to replace the old leaking bolt together tanks.

Former Prime Minister Kan and his cabinet have said they have no objection to the Fukushima Daiichi investigation interviews being made public.

TEPCO confirmed the water level in unit 2 is about half of what they thought it was after installing a new thermometer in the containment vessel.



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