The operator of the Fukushima nuclear power plant is not permitted to start work on another power plant | abroad

The Japan Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) has prevented the operator of the Fukushima nuclear power plant from starting work at another plant due to serious security flaws. Authority reports that.

Tokyo Electric Power wanted to restart the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant. The company needs money to offset the massive damage and soaring costs in the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Since the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant appears to be endangered in several places, the company is not permitted to commence work there. In concrete terms, Tokyo Electric Power is not permitted to transport nuclear fuel to a nuclear power plant or to load nuclear fuel into reactors.

The decision comes a day after Japan decided to drain radioactive waste water from the Fukushima nuclear disaster ten years ago.

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