HDI is a wholly owned subsidiary of Holtec International headquartered at the Krishna P. Singh Technology Campus, Camden, NJ. HDI functions as the licensed operator for Holtec owned nuclear power plants. HDI provides the licensee oversight of Comprehensive Decommissioning International (CDI), Holtec and SNC-Lavalin’s jointly owned decommissioning general contractor. HDI additionally, manages the decommissioning trust fund and other owner interests, such as licensing strategy, insurance, land and government interface.
The Nuclear Power Division (NPD) is Holtec International’s second largest subsidiary after the Holtec Manufacturing Division (HMD). NPD implements Holtec’s business strategy of insuring utmost quality, safety, and client satisfaction through a vertically integrated supply of goods and services. NPD possesses all necessary technical resources to complete a turnkey project with the manufacturing carried out by its sister division HMD.
The Heat Transfer Division (HTD) provides custom engineered equipment such as tubular heat exchangers and pressure vessels for the power generation, petro-chemical and chemical industries. The main focus of HTD’s business concentration is the large and complex heat transfer equipment essential to the operation of a power plant.
SMR, LLC is a Holtec subsidiary established in 2011 to manage the development of Holtec’s small modular reactor, SMR-160 (power output :160 MW(e)) envisaged to be the transformative nuclear generation technology heralding the safety maturation of commercial nuclear energy in the 21st century.
Holtec Asia is a Holtec International subsidiary based in Pune, India. Holtec Asia provides design and analysis services to its U.S. parent and also executes turnkey equipment supply contracts for projects in South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, and North Africa.
Holtec Africa, a Holtec International subsidiary established in 2014, is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, to deliver cutting edge Holtec technologies in commercial nuclear, solar, and fossil power, and chemical/petrochemical sectors of sub-Saharan Africa’s economy.