Nuclear Export

The export of nuclear power plants is a large-scale, high-risk business that greatly affects the energy policies of other countries. Because of the high risks and costs involved, public money was supposed to be used to back up Japanese companies that have plans to invest in nuclear power projects abroad. However, due to local opposition and the huge costs involved, most of the nuclear power export projects backed by Japanese public and private sectors have been abandoned.


Comments to the Japan-U.S.-Philippines Summit


NuScale’s plan for a small nuclear reactor, funded by JBIC, is cancelled, questioning the accountability of public financial institutions – A joint comment from CNIC and Friends of the Earth Japan (FoE Japan)


[STATEMENT] Twelve years after 3.11: Facing the reality of the Fukushima nuclear disaster and moving toward a nuclear-free world


Protesting Japan Bank for International Cooperation’s Investment in NuScale


International Symposium: 311, 11 years on – Learn about Fukushima and the world today, create a nuclear free tomorrow (March 6, 2022)


Urgent Joint Statement: Hitachi’s nuclear export transfers risks to both Japanese and British people while companies get profits


[Statement]Irresponsible nuclear deal that ignores the pain of the Fukushima disaster and will shake the international non-proliferation regime is NOT permissible


Statement opposing the relocation of residents and calling on governments of Japan and Vietnam to halt construction plans for Ninh Thuan 2 nuclear power plant


Purpose of the Nuclear and Energy Program