Tokyo Electric Power has a history of mismanagement and serious safety lapses

In 1998, Kei Sugaoka, a Japanese-American nuclear inspector who was a senior engineer for General Electric and often worked at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant (as GE did contract work there), discovered a cracked steam dryer, a metal component that removes water vapour from steam before it flows into...

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