Arnie Gundersen spoke to the Free Press Association of Japan September 7, 2012. TEPCO does not have the management skill to decontaminate and decommission Fukushima Daiichi in any reasonable time. The problems have not been faced by any company before, and TEPCO is locked into a paradigm to consider the creative solutions that must be developed. While the workers need to remain, the site needs to be completely separated from TEPCO. He proposes that a project management firm take over responsibility for the Fukushima Daiichi site which reports to the Japanese government, with oversight by a group of international experts (although not not IAEA). Japan must phase out nuclear power, which it can do without raising the cost of electricity. English only version.