Integrity Inspection of Dry Storage Casks and Spent Fuels at Fukushima Daiichi
Nuclear Power Station
16 November 2010
Tokyo Electric Power Company
TEPCO’s Decision for Further Storage
- In order to increase the flexibility for coping with increasing amount of the spent fuels, TEPCO decided to construct an off-site interim spent fuel storage facility.
- Establishment of RFS, Recyclable-Fuel Storage Company (a joint company with JAPC)
- RFS will begin operation of the Japanese first off-site interim spent fuel storage facility at Mutsu in 2012.
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