Fukushima & Nuclear News Roundup; Dec 29, 2014

Sendai nuclear plant could restart in March

400 items declared state secrets in Japan under new law

Ministry, TEPCO seek to end compensation for Fukushima businesses in Feb. 2016

3 S. Korean nuclear plant workers die from apparent nitrogen gas inhalation

Japan discusses the need for an evacuation plan for residents being returned to live near Fukushima Daiichi

Court orders ministry to identify municipalities in survey on storing 3/11 debris NRA head signals massive release of tainted water to help decommission Fukushima site

Former Fukushima governor blasts central govt. for delaying evacuations

NHK reports that more radioactive contamination could have been released in the latter portion of March 2011 than previously admitted.

Japan Atomic Power set to deploy 100 specialists to help with Fukushima dismantling EDITORIAL: Risks posed by nuclear reactor clusters left unaddressed

TEPCO hired an exec from Toyota as an advisor

Kansai Electric applies for household rate hike

Radioactive waste transportation in Fukushima to be delayed

Japan government to give more “subsidies” to towns that would restart nuclear plants

India considers passing nuclear liability law that would give Westinghouse & GE no liability for reactors built there

METI wants to build nuclear plants to replace ones that will be decommissioned

South Korea cancer victims bring class action against nuclear operator

Fukushima wants to host preliminary games for 2020 Olympics

NRA passes draft approval for Takahama

Debris clearing starts for parts of Futaba

Hanford tanks continue to deteriorate

More on the Hanford tank leak report, with link to govt report

PEW research finds US supportive of shift to renewable energy

Hacker posts nuclear plant blueprints

Hackers try to blackmail South Korean nuclear plant to shut down

Panel to discuss future of Fukushima communities

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