A top British energy official reiterated Friday her nation’s determination to promptly propose action on the mixed-oxide (MOX) fuel that was delivered to Kansai Electric Power Co. by a British company and later rejected because of falsified safety data.
“We’re committed to putting proposals forward as quickly as possible, looking at all the options, including the return of the fuel,” Anna Walker, director general for the energy department of British Trade and Industry, said in Tokyo.

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