Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington

DC Office As of 10:00AM (EST), April 19, 2011 • Radiation Levels o On April 19, TEPCO announced the results of the analysis of groundwater samples from sub-drain pits at Unit 1 to 6 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The concentration of radioactive nuclides were as follows: Unit 1 Samples taken at Nuclides (half-life) I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)
4/18 10:20AM

Unit 2
4/18 10:30AM

Unit 3
4/18 10:10AM

Unit 4
4/18 9:45AM

Unit 5
4/18 10:40AM

Unit 6
4/18 10:45AM

Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) 4.3 x 101 1.1 x 101 1.2 x 101 4.5 x 102 5.8 x 100 6.7 x 100 2.6 x 100 2.2 x 100 2.3 x 100 7.9 x 100 8.6 x 10-1 9.2 x 10-1 1.0 x 10-1 6.6 x 10-2 7.1 x 10-2 5.6 x 10-2 7.8 x 10-2 7.6 x 10-2

o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 and sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station were as follows: Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3)
Sampled inside the silt fence at the screen of Unit 2 4/18 7:30AM (a) Sampled outside the silt fence at the screen of Unit 2 4/18 7:25AM (b) Sampled at south side discharge point 4/18 2:00PM (c) Maximum Permissible Water Concentration (d)

Ratio

Nuclides (half-life)

a/d

b/d

c/d

I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)

2.6 x 102 7.0 x 101 7.2 x 101

6.0 x 101 1.8 x 101 1.8 x 101

8.1 x 10-2 2.1 x 10-1 2.2 x 10-1

4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2

6,500 1,200 800

1,500 300 200

2.0 3.5 2.4

o At 5:00PM (JST) on April 19, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 59 micro Sv/hour. o At 5:00PM on April 19, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 28.0 micro Sv/hour.

o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 4:00PM on April 19 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. • Plant Parameters Unit 1 pressure inside the reactor core (gauge pressure, MPa) pressure inside the primary containment vessel (absolute pressure, MPaabs) water level inside the reactor core (meter) *1 temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature of the spent fuel pool (degrees Fahrenheit) the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement 0.430
4/19 12:00PM

Unit 2 -0.020
4/19 12:00PM

Unit 3 -0.040
4/19 12:00PM

Unit 4 -

Unit 5 0.007
4/19 1:00PM

Unit 6 0.010
4/19 1:00PM

0.165
4/19 12:00PM

0.085
4/19 12:00PM

0.1036
4/19 12:00PM

-

-

-

-1.6
4/19 12:00PM

-1.5
4/19 12:00PM

-1.85
4/19 12:00PM

-

+2.222
4/19 1:00PM

+2.033
4/19 1:00PM

334.0
4/19 12:00PM

277.7
4/19 6:00AM

214.0
4/19 12:00PM

-

-

-

-

120.2
4/19 12:00PM

-

-

99.0
4/19 1:00PM

77.0
4/19 1:00PM

59.0
4/18 7:30AM

-

131.0
4/18 7:30AM

68.0
4/18 7:30AM

-

-

-

-

-

69.8
4/18 7:30AM

-

87.8
4/18 7:30AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

68.0
4/18 7:30AM

-

-

-

-

(degrees Fahrenheit) Amount of water in total shot/injected to the spent fuel storage pool (tons) 90
as of 4/19 5:00PM 511 - 526 as of 4/19 5:00PM

5,293
as of 4/19 5:00PM

2,136
as of 4/19 5:00PM

-

-

*1: A negative figure indicates that the water level is below the top of the fuel rods. • Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o As of 3:00PM on April 19, injection of nitrogen gas into the primary containment vessel to prevent an explosion by accumulated hydrogen gas continues. o As of 3:00PM on April 19, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 10:08AM on April 19, transferring of the accumulated water at the turbine building to the Central Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility commenced. TEPCO plans to transfer approximately 10,000m3 out of 25,000 m3 of accumulated water (approximately 480m3 per day). o As of 3:00PM on April 19, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o At 4:08PM on April 19, TEPCO began to inject freshwater into the spent fuel pool, until 5:28PM (approximately 47 tons in total). Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o As of 3:00PM on April 19, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 10:17AM on April 19, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 11:35AM (approximately 40 tons in total). Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 11:00AM on April 19, transferring of the accumulated water at the turbine building to the condenser commenced, until 3:00PM. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o As of 7:30AM on April 19, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) • Ministry of Defense (MOD)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:30AM (EST), April 18, 2011 • Roadmap o On April 17, TEPCO announced “the Roadmap towards Restoration from the Accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.” This will be sent by another email and is also available at: http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/11041707-e.html Radiation Levels o On April 17, TEPCO announced the results of the analysis of groundwater samples from sub-drain pits at Unit 1 to 6 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The concentration of radioactive nuclides were as follows: Unit 1 Samples taken at Nuclides (half-life) I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)
4/16 10:18AM

Unit 2
4/16 10:15AM

Unit 3
4/16 9:55AM

Unit 4
4/16 9:50AM

Unit 5
4/16 10:27AM

Unit 6
4/16 10:30AM

Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) 8.4 x 101 1.5 x 101 1.9 x 101 5.4 x 102 5.8 x 100 7.1 x 100 4.7 x 100 4.3 x 100 4.5 x 100 1.3 x 101 2.7 x 100 2.7 x 100 2.0 x 10-1 3.4 x 10-1 3.7 x 10-1 2.1 x 10-1 3.5 x 10-1 3.9 x 10-1

o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 and sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station were as follows: Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3)
Sampled inside the silt fence at the screen of Unit 2 4/17 7:45AM (a) Sampled outside the silt fence at the screen of Unit 2 4/17 7:40AM (b) Sampled at south side discharge point 4/17 2:00PM (c) Maximum Permissible Water Concentration (d)

Ratio

Nuclides (half-life)

a/d

b/d

c/d

I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)

2.1 x 102 9.7 x 101 1.0 x 102

1.9 x 102 4.2 x 101 4.4 x 101

1.4 x 10-1 3.5 x 10-1 3.6 x 10-1

4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2

5,300 1,600 1,100

4,800 700 490

3.5 5.8 4.0

o

On April 17, TEPCO announced the result of the analysis of water samples from the skimmer surge tank (installed to receive the overflowed water and floating wastes) of the spent fuel pool at Unit 2 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant taken on April 16. The concentration of radioactive nuclides were as follows: Nuclides (half-life) I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-136 (13 days) Cs-137 (30 years) Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) (Reference) Sampled from the Sampled on April 16 spent fuel pool on February 10 4.1 x 103 1.6 x 105 4.0 x 103 1.5 x 105 2.8 x 10-1 Under the Detection Limit N/A Under the Detection Limit

o At 4:00PM (JST) on April 18, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 61 micro Sv/hour. o At 4:00PM on April 18, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 31.4 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 4:00PM on April 18 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. • Plant Parameters Unit 1 pressure inside the reactor core (gauge pressure, MPa) pressure inside the primary containment vessel (absolute pressure, MPaabs) water level inside the reactor core (meter) *1 temperature of the reactor vessel 0.428
4/18 12:00PM

Unit 2 -0.023
4/18 1:00PM

Unit 3 -0.034
4/18 1:45PM

Unit 4 -

Unit 5 0.007
4/18 2:00PM

Unit 6 0.01
4/18 2:00PM

0.170
4/18 1:00PM

0.085
4/18 1:00PM

0.1047
4/18 1:45PM

-

-

-

-1.65
4/18 12:00PM

-1.5
4/18 1:00PM

-1.8
4/18 1:45PM

-

+1.852
4/18 2:00PM

+2.018
4/18 2:00PM

338.4

285.4

214.7

-

-

-

measured at the water supply nozzle (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature of the spent fuel pool (degrees Fahrenheit) the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) Amount of water in total shot/injected to the spent fuel storage pool (tons)

4/18 1:00PM

4/18 1:00PM

4/18 1:10PM

-

-

-

-

159.8
4/18 1:00PM

-

-

96.6
4/18 2:00PM

93.2
4/18 2:00PM

93.2
4/16 7:30AM

-

131.0
4/16 7:30AM

120.2
4/16 7:30AM

-

-

-

-

-

91.4
4/16 7:30AM

-

156.2
4/16 7:30AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

96.8
4/16 7:30AM 464 - 479 as of 4/18 5:00PM

-

-

-

-

90
as of 4/18 5:00PM

5,293
as of 4/18 5:00PM

2,096
as of 4/18 5:00PM

-

-

*1: A negative figure indicates that the water level is below the top of the fuel rods. • Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 4:00PM on April 17, the surveillance of the reactor building began, with a remote controlled robot, until 5:30PM. o As of 5:00PM on April 18, injection of nitrogen gas into the primary containment vessel to prevent an explosion by accumulated hydrogen gas continues. o As of 5:00PM on April 18, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 10:13AM on April 16, TEPCO began to inject freshwater into the spent fuel pool, until 11:54AM (approximately 45 tons in total). o At 1:42PM on April 18, the surveillance of the reactor building began, with a remote controlled robot, until 2:33PM. o As of 5:00PM on April 18, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 11:30AM on April 17, the surveillance of the reactor building began, with a remote controlled robot, until 2:00PM.

o At 2:17PM on April 18, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 3:02PM (approximately 30 tons in total). o As of 5:00PM on April 18, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 5:39PM on April 17, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 9:22PM (approximately 140 tons in total). Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 2:34PM on April 17, the power supply to the spent fuel pool was temporarily interrupted due to an electrical short circuit. o At 5:30PM on April 17, the power supply to the spent fuel pool was restored after the removal of the cable and checkups. o As of 4:30AM on April 18, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 91.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 9:00AM on April 15, TEPCO began to install silt barrier containing zeolite (an absorbent of radioactive nuclides) between the screen pump rooms of Unit 1 and 2 and between the screen pump rooms of Unit 2 and 3, until 11:15AM. o At 10:19AM on April 15, TEPCO began to transfer distribution panels of the pumps to inject water to the reactors of Units 1 to 3 to higher ground as a countermeasure against tsunami, until 5:00PM. o At 2:30PM on April 15, TEPCO began to install silt barrier containing zeolite between the screen pump rooms of the Unit 3 and Unit 4. o At 9:00AM on April 16, the removal works of debris at the site began, with a remote controlled excavation machine, until 4:00PM. o At 9:00AM on April 17, the removal works of debris at the site began, with a remote controlled excavation machine, until 4:00PM.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) • Ministry of Defense (MOD)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:50AM (EST), April 15, 2011 • Radiation Levels o On April 14, TEPCO announced the results of the analysis of groundwater samples from sub-drain pits at Unit 1 to 6 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The concentration of radioactive nuclides were as follows: Unit 1 Samples taken at Nuclides (half-life) I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)
4/13 11:40AM

Unit 2
4/13 11:50AM

Unit 3
4/13 11:25AM

Unit 4
4/13 11:20AM

Unit 5
4/13 12:00PM

Unit 6
4/13 12:10PM

Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) 4.0 x 102 5.3 x 101 6.0 x 101 6.1 x 102 7.9 x 100 9.1 x 100 3.6 x 100 2.4 x 100 2.4 x 100 1.7 x 101 2.7 x 100 2.7 x 100 1.6 x 10-1 2.7 x 10-1 2.8 x 10-1 1.9 x 10-1 2.6 x 10-1 2.8 x 10-1

o On April 15, TEPCO announced the result of discharge of low level radioactive water stored at the Central Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility and accumulated water at the sub-drain pits of Unit 5 and 6 to the ocean. The details are available at: http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/11041507-e.html The total radioactive content of discharge: approximately 1.5 x 1011 Bq Discharge amount from the Central Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility: approximately 9,070 tons (from 7:03PM on April 4 to 5:40PM on April 10) Discharge amount from sub-drain pits of Unit 5 and 6: approximately 1,323 tons (from 9:00PM on April 4 to 6:52PM on April 9) TEPCO has not detected major changes of the concentration of nuclides in the seawater sampled at several measuring points near Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, compared with the samples that were taken during the week before the discharge. (As reported on April 4, these discharges were performed in order to accommodate higher level radioactive water in the Central Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility and to prevent important equipment of Unit 5 and 6 from being submerged.) o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 and sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station were as follows: Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Sampled at the Sampled at Maximum screen of Unit south side Permissible 2 at 7:40AM discharge point Water Ratio a/c b/c

Nuclides (half-life)

on April 14 (a) I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years) 4.2 x 101 3.3 x 101 3.3 x 101

at 2:00PM on April 14 (b) 1.2 x 100 7.9 x 10-1 8.1 x 10-1

Concentration (c) 4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2 1,100 550 370 30 13 9

o At 4:00PM (JST) on April 15, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 69 micro Sv/hour. o At 4:00PM on April 15, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 35.8 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on April 15 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. • Plant Parameters Unit 1 pressure inside the reactor core (gauge pressure, MPa) pressure inside the primary containment vessel (absolute pressure, MPaabs) water level inside the reactor core (meter) *1 temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature of the spent fuel pool (degrees Fahrenheit) the temperature directly above the 0.430
4/15 12:00PM

Unit 2 -0.018
4/15 12:00PM

Unit 3 -0.021
4/15 12:00PM

Unit 4 -

Unit 5 0.003
4/15 2:00PM

Unit 6 0.009
4/15 2:00PM

0.190
4/15 12:00PM

0.090
4/15 12:00PM

0.104
4/15 12:00PM

-

-

-

-1.65
4/15 12:00PM

-1.5
4/15 12:00PM

-1.8
4/15 12:00PM

-

+1.692
4/15 2:00PM

+2.230
4/15 2:00PM

385.5
*2 4/15 6:00AM

298.8
4/15 6:00AM

194.2
*2 4/15 6:00AM

-

-

-

-

143.6
4/15 12:00PM

-

-

95.4
4/15 2:00PM

77.0
4/15 2:00PM

96.8

-

138.2

145.4

-

-

spent fuel pool by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) Amount of water in total shot/injected to the spent fuel storage pool (tons)

4/14 7:40AM

-

4/14 7:40AM

4/14 7:40AM

-

-

91.4
4/14 7:40AM

-

154.4
4/14 7:40AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

87.8
4/14 7:40AM 419 - 434 as of 4/15 5:00PM

-

-

-

-

90
as of 4/15 5:00PM

5,263
as of 4/15 5:00PM

1,816
as of 4/15 5:00PM

-

-

*1: A negative figure indicates that the water level is below the top of the fuel rods. *2: This figure is under investigation. • Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o As of 6:00PM on April 15, injection of nitrogen gas into the primary containment vessel to prevent an explosion by accumulated hydrogen gas continues. o As of 6:00PM on April 15, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o As of 6:00PM on April 15, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o As of 6:00PM on April 15, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 2:08PM on April 15, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 6:20AM on April 15, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 91.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 2:15PM on April 15, TEPCO installed steel plates at the ocean side of the screen device of Unit 2 in order to contain the spread of discharged radioactive water.

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Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) • Ministry of Defense (MOD)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 12:00PM (EST), April 14, 2011 • Radiation Levels o On April 13, TEPCO announced the result of the analysis of water samples from the spent fuel pool at Unit 4 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant taken on April 12. The concentration of radioactive nuclides were as follows: o TEPCO also announced the temperature of the pool water was approximately 194 degrees Fahrenheit when the samples were taken. Nuclides (half-life) I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years) Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Sampled on April 12 2.2 x 102 8.8 x 101 9.3 x 101 Sampled on March 4 Under the Detection Limit Under the Detection Limit 1.3 x 10-1

o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 and sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station were as follows: Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Sampled at Maximum Sampled at the south side Permissible screen of Unit discharge point Water 2 at 8:25AM at 2:00PM on Concentration on April 13 (a) April 13 (b) (c) 1.0 x 102 5.5 x 101 5.5 x 101 9.7 x 10-1 1.4 x 100 1.4 x 100 4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2 Ratio

Nuclides (half-life)

a/c

b/c

I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)

2,500 920 610

24 23 16

o At 8:00PM (JST) on April 14, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 71 micro Sv/hour. o At 8:00PM on April 14, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 36.8 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on April 14 are shown in the attached PDF file.

English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. • Plant Parameters Unit 1 pressure inside the reactor core (gauge pressure, MPa) pressure inside the primary containment vessel (absolute pressure, MPaabs) water level inside the reactor core (meter) *1 temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature of the spent fuel pool (degrees Fahrenheit) the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) 0.423
4/14 12:00PM

Unit 2 -0.016
4/14 12:00PM

Unit 3 -0.017
4/14 12:00PM

Unit 4 -

Unit 5 0.003
4/14 8:00AM

Unit 6 0.010
4/14 8:00AM

0.190
4/14 12:00PM

0.090
4/14 12:00PM

0.1040
4/14 12:00PM

-

-

-

-1.6
4/14 12:00PM

-1.5
4/14 12:00PM

-1.8
4/14 12:00PM

-

+1.842
4/14 8:00AM

+2.268
4/14 8:00AM

392.5
*2 4/14 12:00PM

309.4
4/14 12:00PM

193.8
*2 4/14 12:00PM

-

-

-

-

159.8
4/14 12:00PM

-

-

95.9
4/14 1:00PM

89.6
4/14 1:00PM

96.8
4/14 7:40AM

-

138.2
4/14 7:40AM

145.4
4/14 7:40AM

-

-

-

-

-

91.4
4/14 7:40AM

-

154.4
4/14 7:40AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

87.8
4/14 7:40AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Amount of water in total shot/injected to the spent fuel storage pool (tons)

90
as of 4/14 5:00PM

419 - 434 as of 4/14 5:00PM

5,263
as of 4/14 5:00PM

1,816
as of 4/14 5:00PM

-

-

*1: Minus figure means that water level is below the top of the fuel rods. *2: This figure is under investigation. • Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o As of 6:00PM on April 14, injection of nitrogen gas into the primary containment vessel to prevent an explosion by accumulated hydrogen gas continues. o As of 6:00PM on April 14, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o As of 6:00PM on April 14, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 3:56PM on April 14, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 4:32PM (approximately 25 tons in total). o As of 6:00PM on April 14, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 7:20AM on April 14, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 11:00AM on April 13, the removal works of debris at the site began, with a remote controlled excavation machine, until 4:10PM. o At 12:10PM on April 14, TEPCO installed a double layered silt fence at the ocean side of the screen device of Unit 1 and 2 and near the north side of south sea wall of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in order to contain the spread of discharged radioactive water.

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Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 9:30AM (EST), April 13, 2011 • Radiation Levels o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 and sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station were as follows: Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Sampled at Maximum Sampled at the south side Permissible screen of Unit discharge point Water 2 at 1:50PM on at 2:00PM on Concentration April 12 (a) April 12 (b) (c) 1.0 x 102 8.3 x 101 8.4 x 101 1.3 x 100 1.4 x 100 1.4 x 100 4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2 Ratio

Nuclides (half-life)

a/c

b/c

I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)

2,500 1,400 930

33 23 16

o At 4:00PM (JST) on April 13, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 76 micro Sv/hour. o At 4:00PM on April 13, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 39.2 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 1:00PM on April 13 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. • Plant Parameters Unit 1 pressure inside the reactor core (gauge pressure, MPa) pressure inside the primary containment vessel (absolute pressure, MPaabs) 0.420
4/13 12:00PM

Unit 2 -0.016
4/13 12:00PM

Unit 3 -0.023
4/13 12:10PM

Unit 4 -

Unit 5 0.003
4/13 1:00PM

Unit 6 0.019
4/13 1:00PM

0.190
4/13 12:00PM

0.095
4/13 12:00PM

0.1036
4/13 12:10PM

-

-

-

water level inside the reactor core (meter) *1 temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature of the spent fuel pool (degrees Fahrenheit) the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) Amount of water in total shot/injected to the spent fuel storage pool (tons)

-1.6
4/13 12:00PM

-1.5
4/13 12:00PM

-1.75
4/13 12:10PM

-

+1.59
4/13 1:00PM

+2.365
4/13 1:00PM

400.1
*2 4/13 12:00PM

332.4
4/13 12:00PM

198.0
*2 4/13 12:10PM

-

-

-

-

113
4/13 12:00PM

-

-

95.2
4/13 1:00PM

73.4
4/13 1:00PM

78.8
4/12 7:50AM

-

138.2
4/12 7:50AM

98.6
4/12 7:50AM

-

-

-

-

-

62.6
4/12 7:50AM

-

69.8
4/12 7:50AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

82.4
4/12 7:50AM 359 - 374 as of 4/13 5:00PM

-

-

-

-

90
as of 4/13 5:00PM

5,238
as of 4/13 5:00PM

1,816
as of 4/13 5:00PM

-

-

*1: Minus figure means that water level is below the top of the fuel rods. *2: This figure is under investigation. • Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o As of 12:00PM on April 13, injection of nitrogen gas into the primary containment vessel to prevent an explosion by accumulated hydrogen gas continues. o As of 12:00PM on April 13, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 7:35PM on April 12, transferring of the accumulated water at the trench (concrete tunnel which houses pipes and cables) outside the turbine building to the condenser commenced.

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o At 1:15PM on April 13, TEPCO began to inject freshwater into the spent fuel pool, until 2:55PM. o As of 12:00PM on April 13, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o As of 12:00PM on April 13, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 12:30AM on April 13, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 6:57PM (approximately 195 tons in total). Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 8:00AM on April 13, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 84.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 1:00PM on April 12 and at 10:00AM on April 13, TEPCO installed steel plates at the ocean side of the screen device of Unit 2 in order to contain the spread of discharged radioactive water. o At 1:50PM on April 13, TEPCO installed a silt fence at the ocean side of the screen device of Unit 3 and 4 in order to contain the spread of discharged radioactive water.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 2:00PM (EST), April 12, 2011 • Radiation Levels o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 and sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station were as follows: Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Sampled at Maximum Sampled at the south side Permissible screen of Unit discharge point Water 2 at 7:17AM at 2:00PM on Concentration on April 11 (a) April 11 (b) (c) 1.4 x 102 1.2 x 102 1.2 x 102 9.5 x 10-1 1.3 x 100 1.3 x 100 4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2 Ratio

Nuclides (half-life)

a/c

b/c

I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)

3,500 2,000 1,300

24 22 14

o At 4:00PM (JST) on April 12, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 76 micro Sv/hour. o At 4:00PM on April 12, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 40.9 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 10:00AM on April 12 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. • Plant Parameters Unit 1 pressure inside the reactor core (gauge pressure, MPa) pressure inside the primary containment vessel (absolute pressure, MPaabs) 0.416
4/12 6:00AM

Unit 2 -0.023
4/12 6:00AM

Unit 3 -0.017
4/12 12:00PM

Unit 4 -

Unit 5 0.006
4/12 1:00PM

Unit 6 0.01
4/12 1:00PM

0.195
4/12 6:00AM

0.09
4/12 6:00AM

0.1048
4/12 12:00PM

-

-

-

water level inside the reactor core (meter) *1 temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature of the spent fuel pool (degrees Fahrenheit) the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) Amount of water in total shot/injected to the spent fuel storage pool (tons)

-1.65
4/12 6:00AM

-1.5
4/12 6:00AM

-1.85
4/12 12:00PM

-

+1.752
4/12 1:00PM

+2.368
4/12 1:00PM

421.2
*2 4/12 6:00AM

330.4
4/12 6:00AM

221.7
*2 4/12 6:00AM

-

-

-

-

114.8
4/12 6:00AM

-

-

96.4
4/12 1:00PM

89.6
4/12 1:00PM

78.8
4/12 7:50AM

-

138.2
4/12 7:50AM

98.6
4/12 7:50AM

-

-

-

-

-

62.6
4/12 7:50AM

-

69.8
4/12 7:50AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

82.4
4/12 7:50AM 359 - 374 as of 4/12 5:00PM

-

-

-

-

90
as of 4/12 5:00PM

5,203
as of 4/12 5:00PM

1,621
as of 4/12 5:00PM

-

-

*1: Minus figure means that water level is below the top of the fuel rods. *2: This figure is under investigation. • Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o As of 7:00PM on April 12, injection of nitrogen gas into the primary containment vessel to prevent an explosion by accumulated hydrogen gas continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 12, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o As of 7:00PM on April 12, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 4:26PM on April 12, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 5:16PM.

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o As of 7:00PM on April 12, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 12:00PM on April 12, TEPCO began to take water samples from the spent fuel pool in order to analyze radioactive nuclides to judge the condition of spent fuel assemblies stored in the pool, until 1:04PM. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 6:40AM on April 12, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 6:38AM on April 12, a fire was detected at the sampling building of Unit 1-4 (for sampling and researching the seawater) located at the ocean-side discharge canal. o At 9:12AM on April 12, a local fire department confirmed that the fire has been extinguished.

<INES Rating> • On April 12, Japanese Safety Authority (NISA: Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency) announced that the Rating of the International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES) on the events in Fukushima Daiichi has been raised to Level 7. o On March 18, NISA assessed the events in Fukushima Daiichi at the INES Level 5, considering information obtained before March 18. o Based on the analysis of the status of reactors by the Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization (JNES), NISA estimated the total amount of discharged radioactive materials from the reactors of Fukushima Daiichi to the air. This estimation resulted in the value corresponding to Level 7 of INES rating*, as listed in the following table.
* The value representing radiation impact, which is converted to the amount equivalent to I-131, exceeds several tens of thousands of tera-becquerel (of the order of magnitude as 1016 Bq).

o Although Level 7 is the highest level of INES rating, it is estimated that the amount of discharged radioactive materials to the environment at present is approximately 10 percent of the amount by the Chernobyl accident of 1986. Assumed amount of the discharge from Fukushima Daiichi Announced by Estimated by NISA Nuclear Safety Commission(*) I-131 (a) Cs-137 1.3 x 1017 Bq 1.5 x 1017 Bq (Reference) Amount of the discharge from the Chernobyl Accident 1.8 x 1018 Bq

6.1 x 1015 Bq

1.2 x 1016 Bq

8.5 x 1016 Bq

(Converted value to I-131) (b) (a) + (b)

2.4 x 1017 Bq 3.7 x 1017 Bq

4.8 x 1017 Bq 6.3 x 1017 Bq

3.4 x 1018 Bq 5.2 x 1018 Bq

(Notes) The conversion of the values to be equivalent to radiation impact of I-131 regarding the NISA’s estimation and the Nuclear Safety Commission’s announcement were carried out by NISA in accordance with the INES User’s Manual.

<Effects of the aftershock which occurred at 2:07PM on April 12> • Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station o As of 3:30PM on April 12, pumping of freshwater into the reactor core for Unit 1, 2 and 3 continues. o As of 3:00PM on April 12, no significant changes have been detected at monitoring posts at the site. • Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Station (Unit 1, 2, 3 & 4) o Plant operation was suspended at all units when the aftershock occurred. o As of 3:30PM on April 12, no significant changes have been detected at monitoring posts at the site and external power supply was maintained. • Onagawa Nuclear Power Station (Unit 1,2 & 3) o Plant operation was suspended at all units when the aftershock occurred. o As of 3:30PM on April 12, no significant changes have been detected at monitoring posts at the site and external power supply and cooling systems were maintained. • Tokai Daini Nuclear Power Station o Plant operation was suspended when the aftershock occurred. o As of 3:30PM on April 12, no significant changes have been detected at monitoring posts at the site and external power supply and cooling systems were maintained. Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:00AM (EST), April 11, 2011 • Radiation Levels o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 and sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station were as follows: Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Sampled at Maximum Sampled at the south side Permissible screen of Unit discharge point Water 2 at 7:45AM at 1:15PM on Concentration on April 10 (a) April 10 (b) (c) 2.0 x 102 1.6 x 102 1.6 x 102 4.5 x 100 3.6 x 100 3.7 x 100 4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2 Ratio

Nuclides (half-life)

a/c

b/c

I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)

5,000 2,700 1,800

110 60 41

o At 9:00AM (JST) on April 11, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 83 micro Sv/hour. o At 9:00AM on April 11, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 45.2 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 4:00PM on April 11 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. • Plant Parameters Unit 1 pressure inside the reactor core (gauge pressure, MPa) pressure inside the primary containment vessel (absolute 0.416
4/11 12:00PM

Unit 2 -0.020
4/11 12:00PM

Unit 3 -0.017
4/11 12:00PM

Unit 4 -

Unit 5 0.006
4/11 1:00PM

Unit 6 0.018
4/11 1:00PM

0.195
4/11 12:00PM

0.095
4/11 12:00PM

0.1043
4/11 12:00PM

-

-

-

pressure, MPaabs) water level inside the reactor core (meter) *1 temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature of the spent fuel pool (degrees Fahrenheit) the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement (degrees Fahrenheit) Amount of water in total shot/injected to the spent fuel storage pool (tons) -1.6
4/11 12:00PM

-1.5
4/11 12:00PM

-1.9
4/11 12:00PM

-

+1.909
4/11 1:00PM

+2.489
4/11 1:00PM

433.2
*2 4/11 6:00AM

308.5
4/11 6:00AM

207.9
*2 4/11 6:00AM

-

-

-

-

159.8
4/11 12:00PM

-

-

97.3
4/11 1:00PM

73.4
4/11 1:00PM

60.8
4/10 7:30AM

-

132.8
4/10 7:30AM

89.6
4/10 7:30AM

-

-

-

-

-

66.2
4/10 7:30AM

-

73.4
4/10 7:30AM

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

77
4/10 7:30AM 359 - 374 as of 4/11 10:30AM

-

-

-

-

90
as of 4/11 10:30AM

5,203
as of 4/11 10:30AM

1,621
as of 4/11 10:30AM

-

-

*1: Minus figure means that water level is below the top of the fuel rods. *2: This figure is under investigation. • Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o As of 4:00PM on April 11, injection of nitrogen gas into the primary containment vessel to prevent an explosion by accumulated hydrogen gas continues. o As of 4:00PM on April 11, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 10:37AM on April 10, TEPCO began to inject freshwater into the spent fuel pool, until 12:38PM (approximately 60 tons in total). o As of 4:00PM on April 11, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues.

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Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 5:15PM on April 10, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 7:15PM (approximately 80 tons in total). o As of 4:00PM on April 11, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 5:07PM on April 9, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 7:24PM (approximately 90 tons in total). Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 6:30AM on April 11, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 12:14PM on April 8, discharge of approximately 950 tons of low level radioactive water which had accumulated at the sub-drain pits of Unit 5 has completed. o At 6:52PM on April 9, discharge of approximately 373 tons of low level radioactive water which had accumulated at the sub-drain pits of Unit 6 has completed. o At 9:00AM on April 10, the removal works of debris at the site began, with a remote controlled excavation machine, until 5:00PM. o At 8:45AM on April 11, TEPCO began to install a double layered silt fence of approximately 120m (=394 feet) near the south sea wall of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in order to contain the spread of discharged radioactive water, until 10:45AM.

<Influences of the aftershock occurred at 5:16PM on April 11> • Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station o At 5:40PM on April 11, Unit 1 and 2 lost the external power supply and pumping of freshwater into the reactor core was suspended. o At 5:56PM on April 11, the external power supply was recovered at Unit 1 and 2. o At 5:59PM on April 11, pumping of freshwater into the reactor core was suspended for Unit 3. o At 6:04PM on April 11, pumping of freshwater into the reactor core for Unit 1, 2 and 3 was resumed. o As of 6:00PM on April 11, no significant changes have been detected at monitoring posts at the site. o As of 6:05PM on April 11, no abnormality has been reported in the temperature, pressure, or water levels in the reactor cores. • Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Station (Unit 1, 2, 3 & 4) o Plant operation was suspended at all units when the aftershock occurred. o As of 5:51PM on April 11, no significant changes have been detected at monitoring posts at the site and external power supply was maintained. • Onagawa Nuclear Power Station (Unit 1,2 & 3) o Plant operation was suspended at all units when the aftershock occurred. o As of 5:45PM on April 11, no significant changes have been detected at monitoring posts at the site and external power supply and cooling systems were maintained. • Higashidori Nuclear Power Station o Plant was under periodical maintenance when the aftershock occurred.

o As of 6:54PM on April 11, external power supply and cooling systems were maintained. Tokai Daini Nuclear Power Station o Plant operation was suspended when the aftershock occurred. o As of 5:30PM on April 11, external power supply and cooling systems were maintained.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:30AM (EST), April 5, 2011 • Radiation Levels o The concentration of radioactive nuclides from the seawater sampled at the screen device (installed to remove waste before the intake of seawater) of Unit 2 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station was as follows: The details of this report are available at: http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/11040506-e.html Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Sampled at Sampled at Maximum 6:25PM on 9:00AM on Permissible Water April 3 April 4 Concentration 7.9 x 104 3.5 x 104 3.6 x 104 2.0 x 105 9.6 x 104 9.6 x 104 4.0 x 10-2 6.0 x 10-2 9.0 x 10-2

Nuclides (half-life) I-131 (8 days) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-137 (30 years)

Sampled at 11:50AM on April 2 3.0 x 105 1.2 x 105 1.2 x 105

o At 6:00PM on April 5, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 112 micro Sv/hour. o At 6:00PM on April 5, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 67.4 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on April 5 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 6:00AM on April 5, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.308MPa. o At 6:00AM on April 5, water level inside the reactor core: 1.7 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 6:00AM on April 5, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.15MPaabs. o At 6:00AM on April 5, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 452.3 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 7:20AM on April 5, the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement: 64.4 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 7:20AM on April 5, the temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement: 78.8 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 7:00PM on April 5, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues.

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o As of 7:00PM on April 5, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 6:00AM on April 5, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.018MPa. o At 6:00AM on April 5, water level inside the reactor core: 1.5 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 6:00AM on April 5, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.10MPaabs. o At 6:00AM on April 5, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 287.1 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 6:00AM on April 5, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 159.8 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 7:20AM on April 5, the temperature directly above the second containment building by thermography measurement: 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 2:15PM on April 5, TEPCO announced that the tracer (white colored dye) was observed entering the ocean through a crack on the lateral surface of the pit (a vertical portion of an underground structure for housing electric cables) near the seawater intake. o At 3:07PM on April 5, TEPCO began injecting coagulator into the soil around the pit in an attempt to stop the discharge of water. o As of 7:00PM on April 5, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 5, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 7:20AM on April 5, the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement: 132.8 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 7:20AM on April 5, the temperature directly above the primary containment vessel by thermography measurement: 64.4 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 10:20AM on April 5, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.005MPa. o At 10:20AM on April 5, water level inside the reactor core: 1.85 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 10:20AM on April 5, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1071MPaabs. o At 10:20AM on April 5, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 184.5 degrees Fahrenheit. (This figure is under investigation.) o As of 1:30PM on April 5, approximately 4,978 tons of water in total has been shot into the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 7:00PM on April 5, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 5, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 7:20AM on April 5, the temperature directly above the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement: 122 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 5:35PM on April 5, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 6:22PM. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 1:00PM on April 5, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 94.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 1:00PM on April 5, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 81.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 7:10AM on April 5, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 84.2 degrees Fahrenheit.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:30AM (EST), April 4, 2011 • Radiation Levels o The level of concentration of radioactive nuclide I-131 (2.5 x 101 Bq/cm3) from the seawater sampled near the seawater discharge point of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station at 1:50PM (JST) on April 3 was approximately 625 times higher than the maximum permissible water concentration (4.0 x 10-2 Bq/cm3) set by the government. o On April 4, TEPCO announced that it will discharge 10,000 tons of low level radioactive water stored at the Central Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility in order to accommodate higher level radioactive water. It will also discharge 1,500 tons of low level radioactive water which had accumulated at the sub-drain pits of Unit 5 and 6 in order to prevent important equipment of Unit 5 and 6 from being submerged. The original TEPCO press release is attached and also available at: http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/11040404-e.html (At 9:30PM on April 4, NHK reported the discharge of water from the Central Radioactive Waste Facility has commenced around 7:00PM and from the sub-drain pits at 9:00PM.) o At 6:00PM on April 4, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 118 micro Sv/hour. o At 6:00PM on April 4, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 72.1 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on April 4 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o On April 2, lighting was restored at the part of the turbine building. o At 7:20AM on April 4, the temperature of the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement: 64.4 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 11:00AM on April 4, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.299MPa. o At 11:00AM on April 4, water level inside the reactor core: 1.65 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 11:00AM on April 4, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.15MPaabs. o At 11:00AM on April 4, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 469.0 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 3:00PM on April 4, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 4, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o On April 2, lighting was restored at the part of the turbine building.

o On April 2, monitoring cameras were set at the trench outside the turbine building and at the basement floor of the turbine building to monitor the water levels. o At 9:30AM on April 2, the accumulated water was found in the pit (a vertical portion of an underground structure for housing electric cables) near the seawater intake and the radiation level of the water was over 1,000 milli Sv/hour. In addition, the water was observed entering the ocean from a crack (about 20cm = 7.9 inches) on the lateral surface of the pit. o At 4:25PM on April 2, concrete was injected into the pit in an attempt to stop the discharging of water. (injected again at 7:02PM) o At 1:47PM on April 3, polymer absorber, sawdust, and shredded newspapers were inserted in the pit in an attempt to stop the overflow of the discharge of water, until 2:30PM. o At 7:08AM on April 4, tracer (white colored bath agent) was inserted into the trench outside the turbine building to determine the route of the water leakage. o At 11:00AM on April 4, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.018MPa. o At 11:00AM on April 4, water level inside the reactor core: 1.5 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 11:00AM on April 4, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.10MPaabs. o At 11:00AM on April 4, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 282.2 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 11:00AM on April 4, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 122 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 3:00PM on April 4, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 4, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o On April 2, lighting was restored at the part of the turbine building. o At 9:52PM on April 2, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 12:54PM (approximately 75 tons in total). o At 7:20AM on April 4, the temperature of the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement: 134.6 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 9:30AM on April 4, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.005MPa. o At 9:30AM on April 4, water level inside the reactor core: 1.75 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 9:30AM on April 4, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1069MPaabs. o At 9:30AM on April 4, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 194 degrees Fahrenheit. (This figure is under investigation.) o As of 3:00PM on April 4, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o At 5:03PM on April 4, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete. o As of 7:00PM on April 4, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 4, approximately 4,908 tons of water in total has been shot into the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o On April 2, lighting was restored at the part of the turbine building.

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o At 5:14PM on April 3, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 10:16PM (approximately 180 tons in total). o At 7:20AM on April 4, the temperature of the spent fuel pool by thermography measurement: 86 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 7:00PM on April 4, approximately 1,473.2 tons of water in total has been shot into the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 2:00PM on April 4, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 94.3 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 2:00PM on April 4, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 70.7 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 8:10AM on April 3, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 9:10AM on April 2, a US Military barge (No.2) carrying freshwater docked at the dedicated port at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, towed by a vessel of the Marine Self Defense Forces. o At 10:20AM on April 2, transferring freshwater from the US Military barge (No.1) to a filtrate tank resumed, until 4:40PM. o At 12:12PM on April 4, a US Military barge (No.2) carrying freshwater docked again at the dedicated port at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, after refilling the freshwater.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:00AM (EST), April 1, 2011 • Radiation Levels o On March 31, TEPCO announced that radioactive nuclides were detected from the groundwater sampled around the turbine buildings of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station on March 30. The results of the analysis are as follows: Nuclides (half-life) Unit 1 I-131 4.3 x 102 (8 days) I-132 8.3 x 100 (2 hours) Cs-134 5.2 x 100 (2 years) Cs-136 3.9 x 10-1 (13 days) Cs-137 5.9 x 100 (30 years) UDL: under the detection limit Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 5 1 1 8.0 x 10 2.2 x 10 1.6 x 100 UDL 7.0 x 10-1 6.5 x 10-2 6.3 x 10-1 1.3 x 101 1.0 x 101 9.4 x 10-1 1.0 x 101 UDL 2.5 x 10-1 2.7 x 10-2 2.7 x 10-1

Unit 6 2.0 x 101 5.8 x 10-1 4.7 x 100 3.9 x 10-1 4.9 x 100

o At 7:00PM (JST) on April 1, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 141 micro Sv/hour. o At 7:00PM on April 1, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 90.0 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on April 1 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 10:00AM on April 1, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.295MPa. o At 10:00AM on April 1, water level inside the reactor core: 1.65 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 10:00AM on April 1, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.165MPaabs. o At 10:00AM on April 1, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 479.5 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 3:30PM on April 1, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 1, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues.

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o As of 7:00PM on April 1, approximately 90 tons of water in total has been injected into the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 10:00AM on April 1, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 122 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 10:00AM on April 1, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.007MPa. o At 10:00AM on April 1, water level inside the reactor core: 1.5 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 10:00AM on April 1, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.11MPaabs. o As of 3:30PM on April 1, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 1, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 4:30PM on March 31, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 7:33PM (approximately 105 tons in total). o At 11:45AM on April 1, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.016MPa. o At 11:45AM on April 1, water level inside the reactor core: 1.9 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 11:45AM on April 1, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1068MPaabs. o As of 3:30PM on April 1, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 1, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. o As of 7:00PM on April 1, approximately 4,802 tons of water in total has been shot into the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 8:28AM on April 1, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 2:14PM (approximately 180 tons in total). o As of 7:00PM on April 1, approximately 1,278 tons of water in total has been shot into the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 2:00PM on April 1, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 100.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 2:00PM on April 1, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 7:30AM on April 1, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Others o At 3:42PM on March 31, a US Military barge carrying freshwater docked at the dedicated port at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, towed by a vessel of Marine Self Defense Forces. o At 3:00PM on April 1, anti-scattering agent was dispersed on a trial basis around the Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool. o At 3:58PM on April 1, transferring the freshwater from the US Military barge to a filtrate tank commenced.

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:00AM (EST), March 31, 2011 • Radiation Levels o At 8:51AM (JST) on March 31, it was announced that radioactive nuclide I-131 was detected from the seawater sampled near the seawater discharge point (south side) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station at 1:55PM on March 30. The level of concentration was approximately 4,385 times higher than the maximum permissible water concentration set by the government. o At 2:00PM on March 31, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 157 micro Sv/hour. o At 2:00PM on March 31, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 99.9 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on March 31 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 8:00AM on March 31, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.329MPa. o At 8:00AM on March 31, water level inside the reactor core: 1.65 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 8:00AM on March 31, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.21MPaabs. o At 8:00AM on March 31, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 480.9 degrees Fahrenheit o At 9:20AM on March 31, transferring of the accumulated water at the trench (concrete tunnel which houses pipes and cables) outside the turbine building commenced, until 11:25AM. As a result, the water level at the trench was reduced from 0.14 meters to 1.14 meters below the top of the trench. o At 1:03PM on March 31, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o As of 3:00PM on March 29, the water level at the trench was 1.04 meters below the top of the trench. o At 8:00AM on March 31, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 131 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 8:00AM on March 31, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.016MPa.

o At 8:00AM on March 31, water level inside the reactor core: 1.5 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 8:00AM on March 31, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.11MPaabs. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, approximately 96 tons of water in total has been injected into the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o As of 3:00PM on March 29, the water level at the trench was 1.55 meters below the top of the trench. o At 9:40AM on March 31, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.016MPa. o At 9:40AM on March 31, water level inside the reactor core: 1.85 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 9:40AM on March 31, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1066MPaabs. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, approximately 4,697 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, preparation to recover and transfer the accumulated water at the turbine building continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o As of 3:00PM on March 31, approximately 1,098 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 11:00AM on March 31, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 11:00AM on March 31, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 78.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 8:20AM on March 30, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 3:00PM on March 31, approximately 130 tons of water in total has been injected to the spent fuel storage pool.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 10:00AM (EST), March 30, 2011 • Radiation Levels o On March 30, it was announced that radioactive nuclide I-131 was detected from the seawater sampled near the seawater discharge point of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Station at 1:55PM on March 29. The level of concentration was approximately 3,355 times higher than the maximum permissible water concentration set by the government. o At 6:30PM on March 30, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 159 micro Sv/hour. o At 6:30PM on March 30, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 106.3 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on March 30 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 7:30AM on March 29, transferring the water found at the turbine building to the condenser was suspended because the water level of the condenser became almost full. (Correction of the previous day’s report that stated as of 3:00PM on March 29, transferring the water found at the turbine building to the condenser continues.) o At 1:00PM on March 30, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.34MPa. o At 1:00PM on March 30, water level inside the reactor core: 1.6 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 1:00PM on March 30, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.23MPaabs. o At 1:00PM on March 30, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 518.2 degrees Fahrenheit o As of 4:00PM on March 30, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 4:45PM on March 29, preparation work to recover and transfer the water found at the turbine commenced. o At 1:00PM on March 30, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 118.4 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 1:00PM on March 30, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.023MPa. o At 1:00PM on March 30, water level inside the reactor core: 1.5 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 1:00PM on March 30, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1MPaabs. o As of 4:00PM on March 30, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on March 30, approximately 96 tons of water in total has been injected into the spent fuel storage pool.

Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 1:30PM on March 30, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.018MPa. o At 1:30PM on March 30, water level inside the reactor core: 1.85 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 1:30PM on March 30, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1064MPaabs. o As of 4:00PM on March 30, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on March 30, approximately 4,697 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 2:04PM on March 30, TEPCO began to shoot water aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete. o As of 7:00PM on March 30, approximately 960 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 2:00PM on March 30, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 99.0 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 2:00PM on March 30, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 79.7 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 8:30AM on March 29, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 7:00PM on March 30, approximately 130 tons of water in total has been injected to the spent fuel storage pool.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:00AM (EST), March 29, 2011 • Radiation Levels o At 11:45PM (JST) on March 28, TEPCO announced that plutonium 238, 239 and 240 were detected in the soil sampled on March 21st and 22nd at five spots in Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. Concentration of detected plutonium 238, 239 and 240 are the same level of the fallout observed in Japan at the atmospheric nuclear tests in the past and poses no major impact on human health. o At 6:30PM on March 29, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 177 micro Sv/hour. o At 6:30PM on March 29, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 120.2 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on March 29 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 1:00PM on March 29, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.371MPa. o At 1:00PM on March 29, water level inside the reactor core: 1.65 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 1:00PM on March 29, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.265MPaabs. o At 1:00PM on March 29, the temperature of the reactor vessel measured at the water supply nozzle: 570.9 degrees Fahrenheit o As of 3:00PM on March 29, transferring the water found at the turbine building to the condenser continues. o As of 4:00PM on March 29, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 1:00PM on March 29, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 114.8 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 1:00PM on March 29, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.025MPa. o At 1:00PM on March 29, water level inside the reactor core: 1.5 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 1:00PM on March 29, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1MPaabs. o As of 4:00PM on March 29, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on March 29, approximately 96 tons of water in total has been injected into the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 12:00PM on March 29, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.029MPa.

o At 12:00PM on March 29, water level inside the reactor core: 1.85 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 12:00PM on March 29, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1075MPaabs. o At 2:17PM on March 29, TEPCO began to shoot freshwater aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 6:18PM (approximately 100 tons in total). o As of 4:00PM on March 29, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on March 29, approximately 4,697 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 11:50AM on March 29, lighting was restored in the Central Control Room. o As of 7:00PM on March 29, approximately 960 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 2:00PM on March 29, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 2:00PM on March 29, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 70.7 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 3:10PM on March 28, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 95 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 7:00PM on March 29, approximately 130 tons of water in total has been injected to the spent fuel storage pool.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 12:30PM (EST), March 28, 2011 • Radiation Levels o At 6:00PM (JST) on March 28, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 186 micro Sv/hour. o At 6:00PM on March 28, radiation level at west gate (approximately 3,609 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 121.6 micro Sv/hour. o As of 7:00PM on March 28, the results of the radioactive nuclides detected from the sample of waterhole at the turbine building of each unit of Fukushima Daiichi are as follows: Unit 1 March 26 60 milli Sv/hour 1.5 x 105 UDL UDL 1.2 x 105 1.1 x 104 1.3 x 105 Unit 2 March 26 Unit 3 March 26 Unit 4 March 26 0.50 milli Sv/hour 3.6 x 102 1.3 x 101 UDL 3.1 x 101 3.7 x 100 3.2 x 101

Date of Samples taken Radiation Level on the Surface Nuclides (half-life) I-131 (8 days) I-132 (2 hours) I-134 (53 minutes) Cs-134 (2 years) Cs-136 (13 days) Cs-137 (30 years) UDL: under the detection limit

more than 750 milli 1,000 milli Sv/hour Sv/hour Concentration (Unit : Bq/cm3) 1.3 x 107 3.2 x 105 UDL UDL UDL UDL 5 2.3 x 10 5.5 x 104 5 2.5 x 10 6.5 x 103 2.3 x 106 5.6 x 104

o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on March 28 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1304082.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 2:30PM on March 26, it was announced that radioactive nuclide I-131 was detected from the sampling of seawater near the seawater discharge point The level of concentration was approximately 1,850 times higher than the maximum permissible water concentration set by the government and it was approximately 1.5 times higher than the previous day’s figure. o As of 3:10PM on March 27, recovery and transfer work of the waterhole at the turbine building to the condenser by using three pumps was underway.

o At 3:30PM on March 27, it was announced that 0.4milli (400,000 micro) Sv/hour was detected on the surface of the waterhole at the trench (concrete tunnel in which the pipes are laid down) outside turbine building. o At 12:30PM on March 28, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.376MPa. o At 12:30PM on March 28, water level inside the reactor core: 1.75 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 12:30PM on March 28, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.270MPaabs. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 10:10AM on March26, injection of freshwater in place of seawater into the reactor core started. o At 4:46PM on March 26, lighting was restored in the Central Control Room. o As of 7:30AM on March 27, transfer work of the waterhole at the turbine building to the condenser was under preparation. o At 3:30PM on March 27, it was announced that more than 1,000 milli (1,000,000 micro) Sv/hour was detected on the surface of the waterhole at the trench outside turbine building. o At 12:30PM on March 28, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 121.1 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 12:30PM on March 28, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.032MPa. o At 12:30PM on March 28, water level inside the reactor core: 1.5 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 12:30PM on March 28, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1MPaabs. o As of 3:00PM on March 28, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core continues. o As of 7:00PM on March 28, approximately 96 tons of water in total has been injected into the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o As of 7:30AM on March 27, transfer work of the waterhole at the turbine building to the condenser was under consideration. o At 12:34PM on March 27, TEPCO began to shoot water aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 2:36PM (approximately 100 tons in total). o At 3:30PM on March 27, it was announced that the waterhole was found at the trench outside turbine building, but TEPCO couldn’t measure the radiation level on the surface due to rubbles. o At 10:30AM on March 28, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.025MPa. o At 10:30AM on March 28, water level inside the reactor core: 1.85 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 10:30AM on March 28, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1076MPaabs. o As of 7:00PM on March 28, approximately 4,597 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 4:55PM on March 27, TEPCO began to shoot water aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 7:25PM (approximately 125 tons in total).

o As of 7:30AM on March 27, transfer work of the waterhole at the turbine building to the condenser was under consideration. o As of 7:00PM on March 28, approximately 960 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 7:00PM on March 28, external power generation is connected and the functionality of the electric devices is being checked. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 2:00PM on March 28, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 87.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 2:00PM on March 28, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 86.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 8:00AM on March 27, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 102.2 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 7:00PM on March 28, approximately 130 tons of water in total has been injected to the spent fuel storage pool.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:00AM (EST), March 25, 2011 • Radiation Levels o At 7:00PM (JST) on March 25, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 199.5 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on March 25 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1303962.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 11:00AM on March 25, activities for the injection of freshwater in place of seawater into the reactor core started and at 3:37PM, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core started. o At 2:00PM on March 25, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.342MPa. o At 2:00PM on March 25, water level inside the reactor core: 1.65 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 2:00PM on March 25, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.280MPaabs. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 10:00AM on March 25, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 10:30AM on March25, TEPCO began to inject seawater into the spent fuel pool via cooling and purification line, until at 12:19PM (approximately 38 tons in total). o At 11:00AM on March 25, activities for the injection of freshwater in place of seawater into the reactor core started. o At 2:00PM on March 25, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.016MPa. o At 2:00PM on March 25, water level inside the reactor core: 1.4 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 2:00PM on March 25, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.12MPaabs. o As of 7:00PM on March 25, approximately 96 tons of water in total has been injected into the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 7:00PM on March 25, external power generation is connected and the functionality of the electric devices is being checked. o As of 7:30PM on March 25, the injection of seawater into the reactor core continues.

Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 11:00AM on March 25, activities for the injection of freshwater in place of seawater into the reactor core started and at 6:02PM, the injection of freshwater into the reactor core started.

o At 1:28PM on March 25, Kawasaki City Fire Department began to shoot water aimed at the spent fuel pool until 4:00PM (approximately 450 tons in total). o At 2:00PM on March 25, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.038MPa. o At 2:00PM on March 25, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.1089MPaabs. o At 2:10PM on March 25, water level inside the reactor core: 1.9 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o As of 7:00PM on March 25, approximately 4,497 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 6:05AM on March25, TEPCO began to inject seawater into the spent fuel pool via cooling and purification line, until at 10:20APM. o At 7:05PM on March 25, TEPCO began to shoot water aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete. o As of 7:00PM on March 25, approximately 685 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 7:00PM on March 25, external power generation is connected and the functionality of the electric devices is being checked. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 3:00PM on March 25, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 98.4 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 3:00PM on March 25, the temperature of the water in the reactor core: 129.0 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 3:00PM on March 25, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o As of 7:00PM on March 25, approximately 130 tons of water in total has been injected to the spent fuel storage pool.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Update to Information Sheet Regarding the Tohoku Earthquake The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) Washington DC Office As of 11:00AM (EST), March 24, 2011 • Radiation Levels o At 6:30PM (JST) on March 24, radiation level at main gate (approximately 3,281 feet from Unit 2 reactor building) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: 204.5 micro Sv/hour. o Measurement results of environmental radioactivity level around Fukushima Nuclear Power Station announced at 7:00PM on March 24 are shown in the attached PDF file. English version is available at: http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1303962.htm o For comparison, a human receives 2,400 micro Sv per year from natural radiation in the form of sunlight, radon, and other sources. One chest CT scan generates 6,900 micro Sv per scan. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 reactor o At 10:50AM on March 24, hazy white steam was emitted from the top of the second containment building. o At 11:30AM on March 24, lighting was restored in the Central Control Room. o At 1:00PM on March 24, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.423MPa. o At 1:00PM on March 24, water level inside the reactor core: 1.7 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 1:00PM on March 24, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.39MPaabs. o As of 7:30PM on March 24, the injection of seawater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 reactor o At 1:00PM on March 24, pressure inside the reactor core: -0.023MPa. o At 1:00PM on March 24, water level inside the reactor core: 1.15 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 1:00PM on March 24, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.11MPaabs. o At 1:00PM on March 24, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 113 degrees Fahrenheit. o As of 6:00PM on March 24, approximately 58 tons of water in total has been injected into the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 6:00PM on March 24, external power generation is connected and the functionality of the electric devices is being checked. o As of 7:30PM on March 24, the injection of seawater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 reactor o At 11:30PM on March 23, it was confirmed that the emission of black smoke had ceased (confirmed again at 4:50AM on March 24). o At 5:35AM on March 24, TEPCO began to inject seawater into the spent fuel pool via cooling and purification line, until at 4:05PM (approximately 120 tons in total). o At 10:20AM on March 24, pressure inside the reactor core: 0.036MPa. o At 10:20AM on March 24, water level inside the reactor core: 1.9 meters below the top of the fuel rods. o At 10:20AM on March 24, pressure inside the primary containment vessel: 0.107MPaabs.

o At 2:25PM on March 24, the radiation level near the power panel of the 1st basement floor of turbine building was measured as 200 milli Sv per hour. o As of 6:00PM on March 24, approximately 3,927 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 7:30PM on March 24, the injection of seawater into the reactor core continues. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 reactor o At 2:36PM on March 24, TEPCO began to shoot water aimed at the spent fuel pool, with a specialized vehicle normally used for pumping concrete, until 5:30PM (approximately 150 tons in total). o As of 6:00PM on March 24, approximately 685 tons of water in total has been shot to the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 6:00PM on March 24, external power generation is connected and the functionality of the electric devices is being checked. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 5 reactor o At 1:00PM on March 24, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 117.9 degrees Fahrenheit. o At 1:00PM on March 24, the temperature of the water in the reactor core: 197.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 6 reactor o At 1:00PM on March 24, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 80.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Fukushima Daiichi Common Spent Fuel Pool o At 3:37PM on March 24, the external power started to be supplied. o As of 6:00PM on March 24, approximately 130 tons of water in total has been injected to the spent fuel storage pool. o As of 6:05PM on March 24, cooling of the spent fuel pool began. o At 6:40PM on March 24, the temperature of the spent fuel pool: 163.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

Our official sources are: • Office of The Prime Minister of Japan • Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) • Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Press Releases • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)