“For example, the general manager said the plant is the first fully digitalized nuclear power plant in the world, making it safer than most of its peers — but I’m a bit concerned what would happen if some problem occurs, since no one in the world has ever worked with this new system,” he added.
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Nuclear plant seeks to reassure media
‘NO PROBLEM’:Taipower told reporters visiting its power plant that the facility had protective measures that ensured nothing like the Fukushima disaster could happen
By Loa Iok-sin / Staff reporter
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