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Tomari-2

Current StatusOutage since 2011-08-26
Applications for Restart2013-07-08
Age:30

PWR  579MWe (gross)
          550MWe (net)

Owner:  

Operator:

Date of order:
1984
Construction Start:
1984-08
Concrete placing:
1985-06-13
Initial Criticality:
1990-07-25
Grid connection:
1990-08-27
Commercial Operation:
1991-04-12
Main contractor:
MHI
Architect Engineer:
MAPI
Reactor System supplier:
MHI
Reactor Vessel supplier:
MHI
Incore Structure supplier:
MHI
Fuel supplier:
MNF/NFI
Steam raising supplier:
MHI
Turbine generator supplier:
MHI
Civil works:
various
2013-07-08 2013-07-08        

New Regulatory Standards came into effect

Applications by Operator

Application for Permission to Install a Reactor
(Basic design)

NRA Approval

Local Consent
(not a legal requirement)

Restart the reactor

     
Application for Approval of Construction Plan
(Detailed design based on basic design)

NRA Approval

Pre-service Inspection by NRA

Application for Approval of Operational Safety Program
(Matters regarding operations, including operational safety)

NRA Approval

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