We are pleased to announce the successful development of Holtec’s Green Boiler technology, which can be deployed to repurpose the existing coal-fired plants into on-demand clean energy generators.
Holtec International is pleased to announce that, following the record-breaking defueling of the Oyster Creek and Pilgrim Nuclear spent fuel pools, both facilities’ high-level waste parts have been safely and successfully loaded into Holtec’s HI-SAFE storage systems and securely stored at the respective sites.
We are pleased to announce that Holtec International and Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC) have signed an agreement to cooperate in the area of nuclear plant decommissioning.
Holtec International is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement with Mitsubishi Electric Corporation’s U.S. subsidiary Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc. to design and engineer the digital instrumentation and control systems (I&C) for its SMR-160 small modular reactor.
Holtec is pleased to report that Hyundai Engineering and Construction (HDEC) concluded a week-long workshop at Holtec’s Krishna P. Singh Technology Campus in Camden, New Jersey last week to advance the SMR-160 Balance of Plant Design.
We are pleased to announce that our Pune, India based subsidiary, Holtec Asia, has received an order for two transport casks from Mumbai-based Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) to serve the away-from-reactor storage facility for the country’s Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) located on the east coast of the Tamil Nadu state.
We are pleased to report that the technology milestones achieved over the past three years in our decommissioning program, which is moving apace at three nuclear plant sites, is winning kudos from regional publications.
Holtec International’s efforts are nearing completion to obtain a Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) license to operate the HI-STORE consolidated interim storage facility (CISF) in southeastern New Mexico on land owned by the Eddy-Lea Energy Alliance (ELEA).
Our corporate annals would proudly record certain consequential achievements amid the Covid-19 tribulations that defined 2021 for our people and our company.
On December 13, the last multi-purpose canister containing Pilgrim’s spent nuclear fuel was placed in dry storage emptying its Reactor Building of all fissile material and setting a new industry record for the speediest transfer of the plant’s used nuclear fuel to on-site storage.