Holtec do Brasil is an international division of Holtec International, registered and operated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Holtec do Brasil forms a key part of Holtec’s project execution team for the Angra Dry Storage Project with Eletrobras Eletronuclear, the first of its kind in the country. Holtec do Brasil’s scope of work includes project management, design engineering, manufacturing oversight, site construction (including operation of a materials test lab at the Angra Nuclear Power Plant) and site services. The operations center is managed by Mr. Luiz Celso, Program Manager. Dr. Rick Springman, Senior Vice President of International Projects, is the Holtec executive responsible for the operations and growth of the division.

Holtec Brasil

Rua Visconde de Inhauma
134, 20th floor
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
+55 21 3232 2640

Recent News

Multi-Purpose Canister Technology Debuts in South America

We are pleased to hail the arrival of the multi-purpose canister (MPCs) technology, originally espoused by the USDOE in the early 1990s as the most robust fuel packaging solution and embraced universally by the US nuclear plants, on the South American continent

Reprising 2018

At Holtec, 2018 will be remembered as the year when the Company’s four-year quest to launch its decommissioning program reached a successful milestone.


  • Eletronuclear begins transferring used fuels from Angra 1 to storage [Nuclear Engineering International] – Feb 22, 2022
  • Eletronuclear to transfer used fuels from Angra 1 [ExpertsNRG] – Feb 24, 2022
  • Used fuel in motion at Angra [World Nuclear News] – Feb. 22, 2022
  • Eletronuclear begins transfer of used fuels from Angra 1 to UAS [ABDAN.org] – Feb 17, 2022
  • UAS da Eletronuclear está em funcionamento [VIDEO]
  • Diretor-geral da AIEA conhece Angra 3 e UAS em visita à central nuclear [EletroNuclear] – Jul. 17, 2021
  • Brazilian dry storage facility begins operation [Nuclear Engineering International] – May 6, 2021
  • First fuel loaded into Brazilian dry storage facility [World Nuclear News] – May 5, 2021
  • Brazil's Angra plant receives first fuel store modules [World Nuclear News] – Apr. 6, 2020