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International Nuclear Energy Development of Japan 2010.07.18

Tokyo, Japan - July 06, 2010 - A consortium of six Japanese companies comprising The Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc., Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc., Toshiba Corporation, Hitachi, Ltd., and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., has established a new office today to set the stage for the foundation of a new company which has been tentatively named "International Nuclear Energy Development of Japan". This new company will be engaged in the activities to establish proposals for nuclear power plants projects in the emerging countries.

Mitsubishi Nuclear Plant
Photo: Mitsubishi
 

Establishment by six Japanese companies preceding the new company foundation in autumn 2010


July 06, 2010

The Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc.

Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.

The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.

Toshiba Corporation

Hitachi, Ltd.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

Establishment of a new office to prepare for the foundation of the "International Nuclear Energy Development of Japan (tentative name)"

A consortium of six Japanese companies comprising The Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc., Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc., Toshiba Corporation, Hitachi, Ltd., and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., has established a new office today to set the stage for the foundation of a new company which has been tentatively named "International Nuclear Energy Development of Japan".

This new company will be engaged in the activities to establish proposals for nuclear power plants projects in the emerging countries.

Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems Headquarters
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
A "planning committee" established by the designated Japanese entities having an interest in nuclear power (METI, electric power companies (Tokyo, Chubu and Kansai) and plant manufacturers (Toshiba, Hitachi and MHI) ) in June has been considering a public-private proposal that will aim to receive nuclear power plants project orders in Vietnam.

Organizational chart of the new office
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
The decision to set up the aforementioned office prior to the launch of the new corporate entity was made to ensure the swift execution of the promotion activities.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Export Experiences
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
The official launch of "International Nuclear Energy Development of Japan" is scheduled for autumn of 2010 to be followed by the proposal of a comprehensive package that will allow the dissemination of Japanese technologies and know-how that have been cultivated over many years. In accordance with the needs and expectations of Vietnam and other emerging nations, these will include actual power plant construction, O&M and human resource development, all to be bolstered by legislative and financing support from the Japanese Government.

http://www.mhi.co.jp/en/news/story/100706en.html  


Governmental Agencies


Agency for Natural Resources and Energy

Atomic Energy Commission of Japan

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency

Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan


Research Institutions


Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry

Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Radiation Effects Research Foundation

Research Organization for Information Science & Technology

The Institute of Applied Energy


Electric Power Related Organizations


Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.

Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc.

Hokuriku Electric Power Co.

Japan Nuclear Fuel Ltd.

J-POWER/Electric Power Development Co.,Ltd.

Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.

Shikoku Electric Power Co., Inc.

The Chugoku Electric Power Co., Inc.

The Federation of Electric Power Companies

The Japan Atomic Power Company

The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.

Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.

Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc.


Subsidiaries


Energis Co.,Ltd.

MHI Nuclear Engineering Co.Ltd.(Japanese)

Mitsubishi Electric Co., Ltd.

Mitsubishi FBR Systems, Inc.(Japanese)

Mitsubishi Nucler Fuel Co., Ltd.

Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems, Inc.

Nuclear Development Corporation(Japanese)

Nuclear Power Training Center, Ltd.

Nuclear Plant Service Engineering Co., Ltd.(Japanese)


Others


Hitachi, Ltd.

Japan Atomic Energy Relations Organization(Japanese)

Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.

Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization

Japan Nuclear Technology Institute

Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan

Radiation and Health(Japanese)

The Japan Electrical Manufacturers' Association

Toshiba Corporation


http://www.mhi.co.jp/en/nuclear/introduction/link/index.html  


Mitsubishi quality assurance (QA) system


With an extensive experiences accumulated over forty years, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.(MHI) is in a position to provide a comprehensive service which includes basic planning design, manufacture, construction, and post operational services for the nuclear power plants.

The Nuclear Energy Systems Headquarters of MHI acts as a point of contact for customers, and controls the various nuclear energy departments of the Mitsubishi Group.
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
The Nuclear Energy Systems Headquarters of MHI
acts as a point of contact for customers, and controls the various nuclear energy departments of the Mitsubishi Group.
Under the Headquarters, various MHI divisions, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Mitsubishi Nuclear Fuel Co., Ltd., Each the share of project.

Through the close-knit organization, Mitsubishi provide reliable products in the fields of PWR power plants with high performance and reliability, nuclear fuels, advanced reactors, nuclear fuel cycle systems.
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
Through the close-knit organization, we provide reliable products in the fields of PWR power plants with high performance and reliability, nuclear fuels, advanced reactors, nuclear fuel cycle systems.
Furthermore, we respond to whatever required in such maintenance services as periodical inspections, repair works with consistent system works on our own responsibility.

Mitsubishi established a consistent quality assurance (QA) system.
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
Based on extensive experience in construction of nuclear power plants, Mitsubishi established a consistent quality assurance (QA) system for basic planning, design, procurement, manufacture, installation, trial operation, and maintenance service, complies with applicable laws, regulations and standards, and provides a safe and reliable nuclear power plant of high performance that meets customers' requirements.

Nuclear Energy Systems Quality & Safety Management Dept. take a leading part in the QA activities, develops basic policies and action plans for the quality assurance of nuclear power plants, and controls various QA activities of the Mitsubishi group companies.

In addition, QA promotion meeting are set up as QA functions.
With these close cooperative structure, well-coordinated QA activities are being developed.

http://www.mhi.co.jp/en/nuclear/introduction/quality/contents.html  


Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems Inc.


Office location: USA, Washington, D.C.

President: Kiyoshi Yamauchi
(concurrently serving as MHI Executive Officer and Senior Vice President of Nuclear Energy Systems Headquarters)

Business startup: July 2006

Number of employees: 12 (6 Japanese and 6 Americans)

The US-APWR
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
Scope of business:


• Local activities relating to application for NRC Design Certification of the US-APWR

• Activities to attract orders for the US-APWR from U.S. electricity providers

• Activities to attract orders for large-scale replacement components: replacement reactor vessel closure heads, steam generators, etc.

• Local PR and sales promotion activities for MHI's nuclear business


The business system in U.S.
Photo: Mitsubishi
 
The US-APWR
is the slightly modified design to comply with US requirements based on technology accomplished of APWR.

High performance

• The world's largest electrical output: 17,000,000 kWe
• The world's highest level of thermal efficiency: 39%


http://www.mhi.co.jp/en/nuclear/introduction/contents/global.html  



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