Baldige Rückkehr zur Atomkraft trotz Bedenken in der japanischen Bevölkerung?
|Veröffentlicht von Textinitiative am 08.02.2015|
"We urge the government to take into full consideration the tremendous suffering from the nuclear power plant accident and make sure that future policy ensures the safety and peace of mind of all citizens," Fukushima Governor Masao Uchibori said, when asked about restarts.
Kyushu Electric Power Co will be given the greenlight to restart two nuclear units in southwestern Japan, with June penciled in for the first unit, according to three sources familiar with the government's thinking. They declined to be identified as they were not authorized to speak with media.
By June, Japan's Nuclear Regulatory Authority is expected to have completed the final checks and appraisal of the reactors at Kyushu Electric's Sendai station, letting Abe give the final go-ahead after local authority approval late last year. A June restart would also mean local elections scheduled for April would be out of the way, giving the government some leeway to take such a potentially unpopular step.” (Reuters, 6. Februar 2015)
Nur wenige Medien berichten zu Beginn des Jahres 2015 über den geplanten Neustart der Reaktoren im Juni.
- http://www.jaif.or.jp/english/news_images/pdf/ENGNEWS02_1422516312P.pdf (Überblick zu den laufenden / heruntergefahrenen Reaktoren in Japan, 30. Januar 2015; Quelle: JAIF)
- http://www.icone23.org/about.html%20%20(23. Internationale Konferenz der Atomindustrie (ICONE) unter dem Motto „Nuclear Power – Reliable Global Energy“, Makuhari / Chiba, 17.-21. Mai 2015)
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