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Strengthening International Communication and Cooperation

Japan’s electric power companies remain active on a worldwide basis. In order to cope with global warming and to ensure the safety of nuclear power generation, international cooperation is indispensable. Each of the electric power companies in Japan has individual agreements with overseas companies in order to facilitate exchanges on a wide range of information such as power generation, customer relations, distribution and quality control. The industry’s top executives actively participate in international meetings such as the International Electricity Summit and the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) to exchange views, while we also accept trainees from overseas. We import most of our fuel such as oil and coal from overseas countries and also keep our doors open to foreign companies on the purchase of equipment such as generators.

Overseas Office

The Federation’s Washington Office was established in January 1994. Its principal objectives are to study U.S. energy policies and to exchange information with U.S. Energy opinion leaders in order to promote a greater understanding of the Japanese electric power industry.

The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan, Washington Office

1707 L Street, N.W., Suite 670, Washington, D.C. 20036, U.S.A.

Tel: (202) 466-6781 Fax: (202) 466-6758

Established in 1994

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