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  • This Week’s Update (April 1, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    from their water power plant which they used to sell to TEPCO to another company He questions its action as Tokyo is a stockholder of TEPCO and a governmental agency in the area faced with electric power shortage This Week s Links 1 Fictitious rate raise in Japanese by Nobuo Ikeda Director Agora Institute A raise of the electricity rate is been requested however it is taking into account the operation of the nuclear power plant which is been stopped With continued overregulation by Nuclear Regulation Authority prospect of resuming operation is not in sight Nevertheless taking it into account makes the deficit continue even after the raise This absurd situation must be changed 2 Complete social change Cher revolution beyond expectations Successive nuclear decommissioning in the U S in Japanese an article by the Sankei Shimbun April 1 2013 Reports that the change of the situation in the U S is astonishing By a rational solution with cheap energy switch the future of the energy may greatly change 3 Introduction US nuclear exit in English a research paper by John Mecklin on Bulletin of Atomic Scientist The U S operates and are moving towards establishing more nuclear power stations It is criticism and introducing the trend of the restraint of the electric power company Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda 21st Century Energy Challenges At the ARPA E 2012 summit Bill Gates and U S Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed the largest energy challenges of the 21st century in the U S and around the world A Web TV Program Is radiation really so harmful

    Original URL path: http://www.gepr.org/en/contents/20130401-04/ (2016-02-14)
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  • This Week’s Update (March 25, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    Japan Earthquake On decontamination in Japanese This is a written version of NHK broadcast Shiten Ronten viewpoint and point of issue which Sokyu Genyu writer and a Buddhist priest who lives in Fukushima appeared He appeals to be afraid correctly and that people in other areas do not pointlessly add stress as a resident s viewpoint Furthermore he questions the necessity of the standard of annual exposure dose of 1 mSv 2 N R C Votes for Upgrades to Some Reactor Vents an article of March 19th New York Times Vent is to release steam in a furnace when the pressure in a nuclear reactor increases which was performed at the Fukushima nuclear disaster Japan s Nuclear Regulatory Authority is to impose upon nuclear power plants in Japan to install this equipment said to be 30 billion yen each Rationality of Japan s policy should be considered referencing this difference of judgment in the U S Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda 21st Century Energy Challenges At the ARPA E 2012 summit Bill Gates and U S Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed the largest energy challenges of the 21st century in the U S and around the world A Web TV Program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation Japanese only Agora Institute who operates GEPR broadcasted a Web TV program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation on internet video streaming channel Niconico Live on January 19th in Japanese only Nobuo Ikeda President of Agora Incorporated and three experts on radiation risk analysis and energy policy discussed

    Original URL path: http://www.gepr.org/en/contents/20130325-04/ (2016-02-14)
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  • This Week’s Update (March 11, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    the failure in communication over L Aquila Earthquake in Italy Especially in Japan due to its cultural characteristics trust in the persons concerned is necessary in communication however he considers its collapse as one of the cause of the confusion This Week s Links 1 Un gendarme du nucleaire bien peu independant in French Japanese Le Monde deplomatique Comments on IAEA Taking a general view on its activity however slightly critical Le Monde is known to have left ish view It mentions relation with Japan In it appears Eisaku Sato former Fukushima Prefectural Governor and criticizes activities of IAEA as it is like a pyromaniac taking charge of fire prevention 2 Abe Administration should establish International Organization for nuke puke management 3 ways to solve safety for 100 000 years Japanese and article of Nikkei Business line February 18 It is an interview with Hiroshi Tasaka President of a think tank Sophia Bank and former researcher of atomic energy engineering Whatever view one takes we cannot avoid the problem of the radioactive waste of the nuclear power generation As well as an existing policy of domestic geological disposal he insists on the examination of a variety of management methods 3 Living with Radioactivity 1 Justice is troublesome Japanese serial of five in the magazine Shincho 45 by Sokyu Genyu a Buddhist priest of the Rinzai sect living in Fukushima and a novelist is released on web He writes about issue surrounding Fukushima and radioactivity such as misunderstanding imposition of the good will lack of explanation to persons concerned and so on He also questions endless decontamination based on 1mSv per year standard Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about

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  • This Week’s Update (March 4, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    Decreases by 40 compared with a year ago Japanese by MEXT Ministry of Education culture Sports Science and Technology This is from a MEXT document Result of a measurement of the 6th plane monitoring released March 1st In Appendix 9 in last November s plane monitoring air radiation dose decreased by about 40 in comparison with one year ago 3 Reputational risks from nuclear accident Reconsider from radiation standards Japanese an editorial by the Yomiuri Shimbun February 25 2013 It expresses the opinion that the various radioactivity standards decided by the Democratic Party Administration are becoming to be a heavy burden on Fukushima and Japanese economy 4 Basic Energy Plan to resume discussion and made up by the end of the year says Minister Motegi METI Japanese an article by the Sankei Shimbun March 1 2013 The Basic Energy Plan supposed to have been made last year by the Democratic administration is to be redrawn With change of members such as Tetsunari Iida radical anti nuclear activist Hideyuki Ban Citizens Nuclear Information Center etc appointed by the Democratic administration have left 5 Nuclear Regulation Authority Puts the Nuclear Power Plants at Risk Japanese a column by Nobuo Ikeda Agora Institute He expresses concerns for Nuclear Regulation authority that their series of actions do not help safety of the nuclear power plants Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda 21st Century Energy Challenges At the ARPA E 2012 summit Bill Gates and U S Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed the largest energy challenges of the 21st century in the U S and around the world A Web TV

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  • This Week’s Update (February 27, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    price mechanism into the electric power system it states that there are few concrete examples that achieved this This Week s Links 1 JAPCO Avoids Fund Shortage major electric power co continues support in Japanese An article by Nikkei on February 23 JAPCO the Japan Atomic Power Company who administrate 3 nuclear power stations is in financial crisis due to the halt of its operation Electric power companies intend to continue their support 2 Realistically employ safety standards and protect national interest in Japanese an article by the Sankei Shimbun February 21 2013 This is a contribution by Prof Hajimu Yamana Research Reactor Institute Kyoto University Regarding the safety standard which the Nuclear Regulation Authority is aiming to decide in July he questions there is no discussion with the enterprises who is to comply with nor realistically be employing Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda 21st Century Energy Challenges At the ARPA E 2012 summit Bill Gates and U S Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed the largest energy challenges of the 21st century in the U S and around the world A Web TV Program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation Japanese only Agora Institute who operates GEPR broadcasted a Web TV program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation on internet video streaming channel Niconico Live on January 19th in Japanese only Nobuo Ikeda President of Agora Incorporated and three experts on radiation risk analysis and energy policy discussed about the situations after Fukushima nuclear accident Their opinions were consistent that potentiality of health damage caused

    Original URL path: http://www.gepr.org/en/contents/20130225-04/ (2016-02-14)
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  • This Week’s Update (February 18, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    whom GEPR collaborate It is a record of COP18 held in Doha which she participated She describes that Kyoto Protocol scheme has completely fell through and although it is not foreseeable there are signs of new movement This Week s Links 1 Expert Committee of Electric Power System Reform Report in Japanese A report by METI panel of experts published February 8 2013 On electricity liberalization it suggests retail liberalization by 2016 and schedule for separation of electrical power production from power distribution and transmission in 5 to 7 years However it is questionable whether its merits and demerits were carefully discussed We hope for the Parliament and the government to carefully assess 2 100 New Nuclear Power Plants to be established in Asia Order competition accelerates between Japan Korea and Russia in Japanese an article of Nikkei February 15 2013 Nuclear power plant construction in Asia is increasing rapidly As long as there is this business opportunity the government of each country will not stop nuclear power plants However we should face up the reality of increasing risks more then ever Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda 21st Century Energy Challenges At the ARPA E 2012 summit Bill Gates and U S Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed the largest energy challenges of the 21st century in the U S and around the world A Web TV Program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation Japanese only Agora Institute who operates GEPR broadcasted a Web TV program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation on internet video streaming

    Original URL path: http://www.gepr.org/en/contents/20130218-04/ (2016-02-14)
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  • This Week’s Update (February 12, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    power plant should not be operated This column concludes that this view is not rational 3 Merits and Demerits of an Efficient Town things the popular compact city abandons energy saving low carbon in Japanese by GEPR editorial The concept of energy saving compact city is in fashion however the column appeals to verify things that would be abandoned by increase in efficiency Climate Change Negotiation and Trade Negotiation Japanese only an article from IEEI by Jun Arima Director General at JETRO London Multilateral negotiations seem to always follow the same courses of confusion This Week s Links 1 The Prospects of the Nuclear Energy in Japanese A report of November 2010 by OECD NEA before the Fukushima accident It states that nuclear power is an effective measure for the global warming and mass energy supply As in this week s column by Ikeda it points out that with new technologies availability of uranium could substantially increase Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda 21st Century Energy Challenges At the ARPA E 2012 summit Bill Gates and U S Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed the largest energy challenges of the 21st century in the U S and around the world A Web TV Program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation Japanese only Agora Institute who operates GEPR broadcasted a Web TV program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation on internet video streaming channel Niconico Live on January 19th in Japanese only Nobuo Ikeda President of Agora Incorporated and three experts on radiation risk analysis and energy policy

    Original URL path: http://www.gepr.org/en/contents/20130212-05/ (2016-02-14)
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  • This Week’s Update (February 4, 2013) : Global Energy Policy Research
    company questioning validity of the judgment on active faults GEPR accept contribution from experts contact info gepr org Would safety be maintained only by the issue of active fault Japanese only 3 Burden of the electricity rate to increase by renewable energy promotion From a German example Japanese only We introduce a column by Sumiko Takeuchi Chief Researcher of IEEI International Environment and Economy Institute She explains about regress characteristics of the electric bill to a low income person This Week s Links 1 Energy Secretary Steven Chu resigns led green energy push by Associated Press February 2 2 US senators unveil bill to allow LNG exports to NATO allies Japan Platts January 31 Video Is Fukushima Dangerous Distorted images of Japan Morley Robertson Nobuo Ikeda What s happen What was the cause in Fukushima Morley Robertson writer and DJ talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda 21st Century Energy Challenges At the ARPA E 2012 summit Bill Gates and U S Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed the largest energy challenges of the 21st century in the U S and around the world A Web TV Program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation Japanese only Agora Institute who operates GEPR broadcasted a Web TV program Is radiation really so harmful Considering risks of nuclear power generation on internet video streaming channel Niconico Live on January 19th in Japanese only Nobuo Ikeda President of Agora Incorporated and three experts on radiation risk analysis and energy policy discussed about the situations after Fukushima nuclear accident Their opinions were consistent that potentiality of health damage caused by the Fukushima accident is very small GEPR will provide a summary about this program soon Podcast Agora Inc who operates GEPR releases a podcast

    Original URL path: http://www.gepr.org/en/contents/20130204-04/ (2016-02-14)
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