Fuji Electric Nuclear power

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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