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The Howard Baker Forum launches nuclear energy website in Japanese

Forum on Energy Showcases Expert Voices on Nuclear Energy

The new Japanese language version of Forum on — provides information to a Japanese public in need of transparent and reliable coverage of nuclear energy in Japan, the U.S., and emerging markets worldwide. Built to mirror its English language counterpart, the website is a dynamic online information center that collects, shares and analyzes the latest developments in global nuclear energy. This website brings together a range of compelling voices and content to examine and discuss the role of nuclear energy as countries around the world seek safe, clean, and sustainable power sources. There is also a companion Twitter account, @forumonenergy.

"The new Japanese version of Forum on Energy will offer balanced information and expert opinion to inform public discourse as Japan develops practical nuclear energy policies for the future," says Scott Campbell, Director of the Howard Baker Forum and its U.S. - Japan Roundtable on Nuclear Energy. "Almost 30% of our current traffic is international, and we look forward to expanding the reach and impact of Forum on Energy's coverage."

Forum on Energy contributors include noted researchers and academics, industry leaders, government energy officials, association heads, and leaders in emerging markets. The site’s mission is especially important as Japan looks to stimulate its economy and address the continuing cleanup challenge. It is more important than ever to grow and strengthen the U.S. - Japan relationship — and help ensure safe and secure nuclear power use throughout the world. Nuclear safety regulators and nuclear power operators must win the back public trust through balanced assessments of new regulations, safety modifications and operations. Forum on Energy will serve as an international, online platform for that important discussion.

Scott Campbell is available for interviews to discuss the vital role of nuclear energy as countries around the globe seek sustainable, low emission forms of baseload power production. To schedule an interview, please contact Mariko Schmitz at (202) 654-4606.

For more information, visit and follow @forumonenergy on Twitter for regular updates.

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