The regulator will mainly seek to verify during the quarterly inspection through March 22 whether the Japan Atomic Energy Agency has taken measures to correct its failure to check a raft of equipment last year, officials said.
What does JAEA stand for?
JAEA stands for Japan Atomic Energy Agency
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95 Hardcover Green chemistry and chemical engineering TP156 Contributors from the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, the Idaho National Laboratory, and other institutions concerned with nuclear energy in various countries explain how hydrogen can be produced on an economy-wide scale using nuclear energy.
Prior to the earthquake and tsunami, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency had modeled a 54 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions from 2000 levels by 2050, and a 90 percent reduction by 2100, with nuclear energy accounting for upwards of 60 percent of the country's total energy mix.
No unusual events have been confirmed at the nuclear fuel fabricating facility and other facilities of Incorporated Administrative Agency, Japan Atomic Energy Agency located in Ibaraki Prefecture.
and the Japan Atomic Energy Agency today launched a superior nuclear radiation-resistant rubber that can be used for many purposes.