Fukushima & Nuclear News Roundup; July 13, 2014

Some Okuma residents have given up on the idea of returning home and are requesting compensation for their property.

The Sendai nuclear plant in Japan may restart without a functioning offsite emergency center.

A German bank invests $1 billion for solar power in Japan.

Residents of a district in Iitate wonder about the future of their community with the area designated “difficult to return”. Many residents have been returning to maintain their homes and even mow lawns.

Japan’s nuclear regulator may increase safety rules for Fukushima Daiichi

The governor of Niigata fears for his life over his opposition to TEPCO restarting the Kasiwazaki Kariwa

Journalist finds secret Chinese underground nuclear power plant using Google maps and social media.

TEPCO has begun surveying the collapsed corner of unit 3

After testing air samples, official still have no clue about the toxic vapors making Hanford workers ill

A medical isotope reactor in the Netherlands has had 16 incidents with three of them being 2 on the INES scale

Radioactive cars still showing up from Japan

Westinghouse installs first successful spent-fuel monitoring system post-Fukushima

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