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九州電力が、「家庭向けなどの電気料金の値上げを申請する方向」

2012年10月16日(火)

 九州電力が、「家庭向けなどの電気料金の値上げを申請する方向で

政府と調整を進めています。」(NHK報道 2012/10/16)

 
九電 値上げ申請で政府と調整
 【NHK】 − 2012年10月16日 17時43分




 よく恥ずかし気もなく値上げを言えたものだ!

 国策放送局【NHK】報道でさえも

「消費者に負担を強いる前に高コスト体質などの改善を優先するべきだ
という指摘があり・・・」 と言うほどのことだ。

 あのヤラセ公聴会についても当時の役員が全く責任を取らず、

役員は留任して高額の収入を得ているままである。

 そういうところにケジメを付けないで、総括原価方式の高コスト体質

を続けながら、消費者に負担を転嫁するとは何事か!

 とても許せるものではない。

 その上、原発事故で多くの人が放射能障害で亡くなり、万単位の人々が

移住を余儀なくされているのに、玄海原発も川内原発も再稼働を目指して

【川内原発差し止め訴訟】 には全面対決するつもりらしい。

九電と国、争う姿勢=川内原発差し止め訴訟―鹿児島地裁
 (時事通信) - 2012年10月16日(火)20:11


【読売】573 deaths 'related to nuclear crisis'

【読売英語版】 少なくとも13市町村の573名が福島第1事故の直接の影響で死亡したことが確定された。 他にも29名が保留となっており、原発事故の死亡者は増える可能性がある。(和訳は私:JUNSKY)


 

The moment nuclear plant chief WEPT as Japanese finally admit that radiation leak is serious enough to kill people

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九電 値上げ申請で政府と調整
 【NHK】 − 2012年10月16日 17時43分

九州電力は、原発の運転停止に伴う火力発電用の燃料費が膨らみ、赤字体質になっているとして、家庭向けなどの電気料金の値上げを申請する方向で政府と調整を進めています。

九州電力は、原発の運転停止で火力発電の燃料費の負担が膨らみ、今年度の中間決算は1650億円の最終赤字となる見通しです。
このため、九州電力はコスト削減などを進めていますが、原発の運転停止が続いた場合、債務超過に陥るおそれがあるとして、家庭向けなどの電気料金の値上げについて検討を進めています。
関係者によりますと、これについて九州電力は政府との間で、早ければ来月中にも値上げを申請する方向で調整が行われていることが分かりました。
電気料金を巡っては、同じように火力発電の燃料費の負担で赤字体質が続いている関西電力も値上げを申請する方向で政府と調整に入っています。
ただ、電力会社の値上げに対しては消費者に負担を強いる前に高コスト体質などの改善を優先するべきだという指摘があり、申請された場合、政府は値上げの根拠となる経費などを厳しく検証する方針を示しています。


九電と国、争う姿勢=川内原発差し止め訴訟―鹿児島地裁
 (時事通信) - 2012年10月16日(火)20:11
 

 九州電力川内原発1、2号機(鹿児島県薩摩川内市)で事故が発生すれば、甚大な被害が生じるとして、鹿児島、熊本両県などの住民を中心に1114人が九電と国を相手に運転差し止めを求めた訴訟の第1回口頭弁論が16日、鹿児島地裁(久保田浩史裁判長)で開かれた。九電と国は全面的に争う姿勢を示した。

 九電は答弁書で、「地域特性を十分に把握し、最新の知見を踏まえた評価や対策で安全性を確保している。放射性物質の大規模な放出事故が起こる具体的危険性はない」と強調し、請求棄却を主張した。国も「差し止め請求は不適法」とし、請求却下を求めた。 





【読売】573 deaths 'related to nuclear crisis' 

The Yomiuri Shimbun (Feb. 5, 2012)

A total of 573 deaths have been certified as "disaster-related" by 13 municipalities affected by the crisis at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, according to a Yomiuri Shimbun survey.

This number could rise because certification for 29 people remains pending while further checks are conducted.

The 13 municipalities are three cities--Minami-Soma, Tamura and Iwaki--eight towns and villages in Futaba County--Namie, Futaba, Okuma, Tomioka, Naraha, Hirono, Katsurao and Kawauchi--and Kawamata and Iitate, all in Fukushima Prefecture.

These municipalities are in the no-entry, emergency evacuation preparation or expanded evacuation zones around the nuclear plant, which suffered meltdowns soon after the March 11 disaster.

A disaster-related death certificate is issued when a death is not directly caused by a tragedy, but by fatigue or the aggravation of a chronic disease due to the disaster. If a municipality certifies the cause of death is directly associated to a disaster, a condolence grant is paid to the victim's family. If the person was a breadwinner, 5 million yen is paid.

Applications for certification have been filed for 748 people, and 634 of them have been cleared to undergo screening.

Of the 634, 573 deaths were certified as disaster-related, 28 applications were rejected, four cases had to reapply because of flawed paperwork, and 29 remain pending.

In Minami-Soma, a screening panel of doctors, lawyers and other experts examined 251 applications and approved 234 of them. The panel judged two deaths were not eligible for certification and 15 were put on hold.

"During our examination of the applications, we gave emphasis to the conditions at evacuation sites and how they spent their days before they died," a city government official said. "However, the screening process was difficult in cases when people had stayed in evacuation facilities for an extended time and when there was little evidence of where they had been taking shelter." 

 
 

The moment nuclear plant chief WEPT as Japanese finally admit that radiation leak is serious enough to kill people

 

By David Derbyshire
UPDATED:15:54 GMT, 19 March 2011

Officials admit they may have to bury reactors under concrete - as happened at Chernobyl
Government says it was overwhelmed by the scale of twin disasters
Japanese upgrade accident from level four to five - the same as Three Mile Island
We will rebuild from scratch says Japanese prime minister

Particles spewed from wrecked Fukushima power station arrive in California
Military trucks tackle reactors with tons of water for second day


The boss of the company behind the devastated Japanese nuclear reactor today broke down in tears - as his country finally acknowledged the radiation spewing from the over-heating reactors and fuel rods was enough to kill some citizens


Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency admitted that the disaster was a level 5, which is classified as a crisis causing 'several radiation deaths' by the UN International Atomic Energy.

Officials said the rating was raised after they realised the full extent of the radiation leaking from the plant. They also said that 3 per cent of the fuel in three of the reactors at the Fukushima plant had been severely damaged, suggesting those reactor cores have partially melted down.

After Tokyo Electric Power Company Managing Director Akio Komiri cried as he left a conference to brief journalists on the situation at Fukushima, a senior Japanese minister also admitted that the country was overwhelmed by the scale of the tsunami and nuclear crisis.

He said officials should have admitted earlier how serious the radiation leaks were.


Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edanosaid: 'The unprecedented scale of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan, frankly speaking, were among many things that happened that had not been anticipated under our disaster management contingency plans.

'In hindsight, we could have moved a little quicker in assessing the situation and coordinating all that information and provided it faster.'

Nuclear experts have been saying for days that Japan was underplaying the crisis' severity.

It is now officially on a par with the Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania in 1979. Only the explosion at Chernobyl in 1986 has topped the scale.

Deputy director general of the NISA, Hideohiko Nishiyama, also admitted that they do not know if the reactors are coming under control.


He said: 'With the water-spraying operations, we are fighting a fire we cannot see. That fire is not spreading, but we cannot say yet that it is under control.'

But prime minister Naoto Kan insisted that his country would overcome the catastrophe

'We will rebuild Japan from scratch,' he said in a televised speech: 'In our history, this small island nation has made miraculous economic growth thanks to the efforts of all Japanese citizens. That is how Japan was built.'


It comes after pictures emerged showing overheating fuel rods exposed to the elements through a huge hole in the wall of a reactor building at the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1367684/Japan-earthquake-tsunami-Fukushima-nulear-plant-radiation-leak-kill-people.html#ixzz29TVfeJ9w
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