The Japan Atomic Energy Commission held a series of public hearings on nuclear power generation at five locations nationwide in 2005, including Fukushima, before working out the country's nuclear power policy platform in October 2005.
What does JAEC stand for?
JAEC stands for Japan Atomic Energy Commission
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We have 9 other meanings of JAEC in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of Architectural Engineering
- Journal of Arid Environments
- Journal of Atmospheric Electricity
- Jump If Above or Equal
- Junta Autónoma de Estradas (Portugal)
- Juvenile Absence Epilepsy
- Japan Atomic Energy Agency
- Journal of Artificial Evolution and Applications (Hindawi Publishing Corporation)
- Japanese Association for Experimental Animal Technologists (est. 1966)
- Joint Acquisition E-Business Oversight Board
- Japanese Aero Engines Corporation
- Jepson Alumni Executive Center (University of Mary Washington; Fredericksburg, VA)
- Joint Atomic Energy Committee (US Congress)
- Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (Jordan)
- Justice for Albert Ellis Campaign
- Japan-Africa Economic and Culture Association
- Japan Association for English Corpus Studies
- Japan Association for Employment of the Disabled
- Joint and Army Experimentation Division
- Joint and Army Experimentation Division (US DoD)
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Japan Atomic Energy Commission held secret prep meetings over 10 yrs TOKYO - The Japan Atomic Energy Commission has held closed preparatory sessions for more than 10 years prior to its open meetings every week, sometimes deliberating important matters of nuclear energy policy without keeping minutes, former commissioners and government sources said Saturday.
He was one of a select group that had a glimpse of a secret worst-case scenario document written by the Japan Atomic Energy Commission on March 25.
The Nuclear Fusion Council, which Inoue chairs, is part of the Japan Atomic Energy Commission, which Inoue described as "the highest organization that has authority on making decisions on nuclear energy development in Japan.
The draft also said the government would scrap the Monju prototype fast-breeder nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture and consider abolishing the Japan Atomic Energy Commission, a government panel that has played a key role in setting strategies on the use of nuclear energy for decades.
3 Kyodo A senior government official in charge of nuclear policy planning admitted Friday that he pressed the Japan Atomic Energy Commission late last year not to consider stopping the use of nuclear power.
TOKYO, July 8 Kyodo The Japan Atomic Energy Commission has held closed preparatory sessions for more than 10 years prior to its open meetings every week, sometimes deliberating important matters of nuclear energy policy without keeping minutes, former commissioners and government sources said Saturday.
The government's Japan Atomic Energy Commission was apologetic, suggesting that no checks were imposed on controlling costs for the development of the fast breeder reactor.