JAPAN ATOMIC INDUSTRIAL FORUM, INC.

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Fugen

Current StatusUnder decommissioning

ATR  165MWe (gross)

Owner:  

Operator:JNC

Date of order:
1967
Construction Start:
1970-12
Concrete placing:
1972-05
Initial Criticality:
1978-03-20
Grid connection:
1978-07-29
Commercial Operation:
1979-03-20
Closed down:
2003-03-29
Main contractor:
various
Architect Engineer:
JNC
Reactor System supplier:
Hitachi
Reactor Vessel supplier:
Hitachi
Incore Structure supplier:
Hitachi
Fuel supplier:
NFI/JNC
Steam raising supplier:
Toshiba
Turbine generator supplier:
Toshiba
Civil works:
various
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“The current situation at Fukushima Daiichi NPS” -From 3.11 toward the future- (ver, July 2019)

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