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What does NES stand for?

NES stands for Nuclear Energy Safety

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According to the paper, the three projections had to be revised either because the plant operators supplied erroneous weather information or because the data were incorrectly processed by the Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization, which was tasked with creating the projections.
The G-8 leaders also renewed their commitment to reducing poverty and pursuing growth in Africa in addressing global food security challenges, while supporting moves to boost nuclear energy safety in the wake of last year's nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan.
However, Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) estimated the total amount of discharged radioactive materials from the reactors of Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS to the air, making a trial calculation using the result of analysis of the situation of the reactors and so on, which was carried out by Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization (JNES).
It will provide the Gulf, and the surrounding region, with a continual source of indigenous nuclear energy professionals with whom the global community can effectively collaborate with to achieve broader nuclear energy safety, safeguards, security and non-proliferation priorities.
Scope and Methodology This Specialists in Business Information (SBI) report covers several components of the nuclear energy technology industry around the world, including: * Overall market value of nuclear energy technology manufacturing * Consumption of nuclear energy compared to other electricity-generating sources, including renewable energy * Nuclear power plant installations and their energy-generating capacities * Consumer attitudes towards nuclear energy safety and use * Innovations in nuclear energy technologies and their future potential * Costs and benefits of nuclear energy adoption Methodology The report covers shipments, imports and exports, as well as the economic and market trends driving the nuclear technology industry.
However, Spokesman Hideka Morimoto said the blame is on the secretariat and the Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization, which were tasked with creating the projections, because they relied on utilities to secure firsthand information and did not have sufficient checking functions on their own, the paper said.
While the Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization said such a simulation "would stir concerns among local residents," the exclusion of the meltdown scenario from the disaster prevention drill has been criticized as an inadequate crisis response.