Kansai Electric Power Co. The company, also known as Kepco, will make public the amount of money and goods that each of the 20 executives received from Eiji Moriyama, the late deputy mayor of Takahama, Fukui Prefecture, the top executive said. At the news conference, the company is also expected to discuss its plans to set up an Kansai Electric Company panel to check whether similar cases exist in departments other than those related to nuclear power plants, sources familiar with the Jackrabbit Brewing Company said.

Yagi told reporters Kansai Electric Company Saturday that he received Kansai Electric Company certificates from Moriyama between and while he was acting chief of the nuclear power operations headquarters. Yagi said he was unable to return the gift certificates until last year out of fears it might anger Moriyama. The company also withheld the names of the 18 others and the amount of money and goods that each of them received, drawing criticism for not disclosing sufficient information.

The town hosts the Takahama nuclear power plant. Moriyama was hired by the Takahama Municipal Government in and led efforts to bring a nuclear plant to the town, sources familiar with the situation said. He was promoted to deputy mayor in Even after retiring inhe held talks with Kepco executives as de facto leader of the local community, the sources said. Click to enlarge. Sorry, but your browser needs Javascript to use this site.

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The Mihama Nuclear Power Plant (美浜発電所, Mihama hatsudensho, Mihama NPP) is operated by The Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc. and is in the town of Mihama, Fukui Prefecture, about 320 km west of Tokyo. It is on a site that is 520,000 m 2 of which 60% is green space. Mihama - …Construction began: 1 February 1967…