On March 28, 2018 the Executive Vice Chairman of Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), Naomi Hirose, delivered a special lecture about the aftermath of the Fukushima accident of 2011. TEPCO was the company responsible for the dysfunctional nuclear reactors which had a melt-down following the tsunami of the Tohoku earthquake. Mr. Hirose gave thorough explanations as to what happened during and after the incident, emphasizing the company’s efforts during the past seven years to overcome the devastation. As for lessons learned, he mentioned “instilling a safety culture,” “effective communication,” “benchmarking best practices,” and “building solidarity.” He also spoke about the energy security of Japan. Professor Kim Younkyoo hosted the event and a majority of the attendees were students from the DIS.