Life After Fukushima - UKAEA's Lady Barbara Judge On The Challeneges And Opportunities AheadHosted By : Tim Haïdar
October 20, 2011
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About this Podcast...
Were the multiple meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant the end of the road for commercial nuclear power?
For nations like Germany, Italy and Austria, enough was too much, and their nuclear programmes have been shelved. But for a raft of other countries across the planet, nuclear power is a cornerstone of their power generation policy.
In this exclusive interview for Energy iQ, Lady Barbara Judge, Chairman Emeritus of UKAEA and keynote speaker at the Driving safety and productivity in your future nuclear operations online summit, speaks with Tim Haidar on the chapters in the evolving nuclear energy story.
In her interview Lady Judge touches on:
Public perception in the direct aftermath of the Fukushima tragedy
The impact on the nuclear sector of the high-profile Japanese meltdowns
- Rising stars in the nuclear world: from the Middle East to Asia Pacific
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