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Nuclear Power Is Finally Poised to Ramp Up Again in Japan

The Japanese have been hesitant to re-embrace nuclear power following the triple reactor meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in 2011, but there are indications that nuclear power could ramp…


Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field Demonstrates Hydrogen Integration

The Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field is revitalizing an earthquake-stricken region and providing a remarkable boost to Japan’s ambitions to launch a hydrogen society. While global interest in hydrogen produced…


Jacobs Selected by TEPCO to Support Fukushima Clean-up

Framework to tackle environmental challenges at world’s most complex decommissioning site DALLAS – Jacobs (NYSE:J) was selected by Tokyo Electric Power Company Inc. (TEPCO) to support decommissioning of the Fukushima…


Fukushima Touched by Another Earthquake, Some Deficiencies Reported at Nuclear Plants

A 7.3-magnitude earthquake caused some deficiencies at two of the three nuclear power plants (NPPs) located in relatively close proximity to the fault, but it did not cause any safety…


End the War on Nuclear Power—Start with Radiation

Governments and non-governmental organizations worldwide are clamoring for reduction in human-generated CO2 emissions. Yet, America’s largest carbon-free energy source is regulated and demonized to the point of criminalization. It’s time…