Beginning with the construction of Japan's first commercial nuclear power station (the Tokai Power Station, a gas-cooled reactor) in 1965, Fuji Electric has made significant contributions to the establishment of the nuclear fuel cycle and the expansion of nuclear power as a clean form of energy that does not produce carbon dioxide by utilizing three core technologies: remote handling, waste treatment, and high-temperature gas-cooled reactors.
|May. 13, 2011||We will be introducing the Resin Reducer (spent resin volume reduction equipment) at the International Low-Level Waste Conference held in New Orleans (USA) on June 22nd.PDF [1,053KB]|
|Apr. 21, 2011||Our participation at the WM 2011 Waste Management Symposia was a succsess.
Thank you for attending. Please give us your support in the future as well.
|Jan. 18, 2011||We have launched a website on nuclear power equipment and facilities.|
|Dec. 28, 2010||Waste Management Symposia to be held between February 27 and March 3, 2011 in Phoenix, Arizona.|
|Oct. 29, 2010||Japanese consortium bids on high-temperature gas-cooled reactor in Kazakhstan (The Denki Shimbun)|
|Oct. 29, 2010||Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited starts construction of Japan's first MOX fuel plant (The Denki Shimbun)|
|May. 21, 2010||Order received for a MOX fuel plant for Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited (contributing to the completion of a MOX fuel plant and the establishment of the nuclear fuel cycle).|