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Fuji Electric Nuclear Power

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.

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Oct. 2016 The exhibition of SIAL at RADIEX2016 was successfully completed. Thank you for your visit.
In the future,thank you so that you look forward to kindly for your support.
PDF SIAL® Proposal [0.58MB]
Apr. 18, 2016 From 10th to 11th April, at the 1st International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, Fuji Electric Co.,Ltd., introduced Amec Foster Wheeler’s SIAL® technology as the licensed encapsulation geopolymer technology with a track record and also announced a research and development programme for the solidification of sludge and slurry from Fukushima Daiichi is being implemented in partnership with Amec Foster Wheeler.
PDF poster [0.78MB]
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 [1.05MB]
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).

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