SimplyInfo Fukushima & Nuclear News Roundup; Nov 2, 2014

Tsunami evacuees caught in $30 billion Japan money trap

OPPD employee raked in 1.2 million while the plant failed including OPPD paying his kids college tuition

Rokkasho nuclear fuel reprocessing plant had opening delayed for the 22nd time, this one due to NRA safety screening

Office workers in Tokyo protest possible restart of the Sendai nuclear plant

Radioactive soil stored at Fukushima schools not covered by recent disposal law, has nowhere to go

Taiwan may increase Japan food screening for radiation

Efforts to restart the reactors at Sendai in Japan have had local resistance.

Japan tries to use WTO to pressure South Korea to accept radioactive fish exports

UK wind generated more power than nuclear this week

NRA to start inspection work at Kashiwazaki Kariwa end of the month

Frozen wall progress (very little)

Yet another tank farm to be installed

KEPCO to submit revised Takahama safety plan

More public briefings on Sendai nuclear plant

Prosecutors to extend investigation into indictment of TEPCO execs

Japan’s power failure: Bid to forge national grid stumbles

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