Japan Atomic Power Co. on Wednesday opened a facility in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture, that will station remote-controlled robots and dispatch them in the event of a crisis at the nation’s nuclear power plants.
The facility, which faces Wakasa Bay and is close to several nuclear power plants, will also train engineers to control the robots.
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