The storm yet after hitting Fukushima NUCLEAR POWER PLANT operators, Tepco. The latest, as news of AP and AFP on Tuesday (6/28/2011), the shareholders hold the Board of Directors.
A motion calling for the company was no longer continued production of nuclear energy after a nuclear crisis on the Fukushima Daiichi NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS. Although, the motion was eventually lost.
Later, Tepco will probably have to pay compensation worth nearly 100 billion US dollars after radiation leaks at NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS were pascagempa and tsunami on March 11, 2011.
Meanwhile, the stock price plunged 85 percent since Tepco tsunami damage Fukushima NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS. The disaster caused damage to three of the six reaktornya. For more than three months of radioactive material continue to leak from the facility.
The opponents of nuclear energy does not get enough support to pass a motion that could force Tepco shut down all of the reactor and halt construction of new reactors. They said nuclear energy does not have a viable future, not only because of the nuclear crisis Fukushima is ongoing. “Japan is frequently hit by earthquakes and after this accident I think there is no more secure conditions for nuclear power here,” said a shareholders, Takako Kameoka.
Although thousands of shareholders in meetings during the six hours that support the motion, the institutional pemengang stock controlling much of the Tepco shares declined. Thus, the motion was defeated.