JAPAN ATOMIC INDUSTRIAL FORUM, INC.

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Fukushima Daiichi-5

Current StatusUnder decommissioning

BWR  784MWe (gross)
          760MWe (net)

Owner:  

Operator:

Date of order:
1972
Construction Start:
1971-12
Concrete placing:
1972-05-22
Initial Criticality:
1977-08-26
Grid connection:
1977-09-22
Commercial Operation:
1978-04-18
Closed down:
2014-01-31
Main contractor:
Toshiba
Architect Engineer:
Toshiba
Reactor System supplier:
Toshiba
Reactor Vessel supplier:
Toshiba/IHI
Incore Structure supplier:
Toshiba
Fuel supplier:
NFI/Areva NP
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)

8 July, 2019
“The current situation at Fukushima Daiichi NPS” -From 3.11 toward the future- (ver, July 2019)09:17

Recent News

17 July, 2019
JAEA Resumes HLW Vitrification at Tokai Reprocessing Plant to Reduce Risks Early
17 July, 2019
Fukui Governor Asks METI and MEXT to Use Decommissioning to Spur Industrial Development of Prefecture
17 July, 2019
TEPCO to Use Robots in Investigating Fukushima Daiichi NPPs, Aiming to Remove Spent Fuel from Unit 1 Pool Next Year
18 June, 2019
MHI Tests Anti-Explosion Robot for Plant Inspections, Capitalizing on Experience Gained in Nuclear Accidents
13 June, 2019
Training and Simulations Mark Flawless Preparation for Start of Fuel Removal from FBR Monju Reactor Core in October
13 June, 2019
Japan’s Cabinet Approves FY18 White Paper on Energy Policy, Seeking Low-carbon Society to Meet Paris Agreement Goals
5 June, 2019
TEPCO Considering New Plan to Remove Spent Fuel from Fukushima Daiichi-2
31 May, 2019
NRA Orders Kansai EP to Backfit Takahama and Other NPPs Based on New Volcano Impact Information
31 May, 2019
Local Governments Asks National Government to Help Get Overseas Import Regulation on Foods Withdrawn or Relaxed
24 May, 2019
Japanese Power Companies to Cooperate with Each Other to Complete Anti-terrorism Facilities More Quickly
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