This section features videos that showcase the technological advances and contributions that Holtec International has made in the industry.
This is an update on decommissioning progress at Pilgrim
A progress update on decommissioning at Pilgrim.
As part of decommissioning, the transformers are being removed.
An update on decommissioning efforts at Oyster Creek
A generation ahead by design serving the energy industry with advanced power generation technologies since 1986
This video depicts the process of retrieving fuel from an existing storage facility and transferring it to an ISF-2.
How the first high-tech nuclear facility of national importance in Ukraine is to be built: Centralized Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel (CSFP).
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy thanks Dr. Singh for believing in the future of Camden, NJ.
In 2018, Dr. Kris Singh was recognized with a LEAP Distinguished Leadership Award. This video contains footage from the Rutgers/LEAP Alfredo Santiago Endowed Scholarship Fundraising Gala.
Innovators Walk of Fame honors the rich tradition of discovery and innovation in the Greater Philadelphia region. Biannually, the Science Center recognizes innovators whose groundbreaking contributions have revolutionized our local, regional and global landscape.
The Krishna P. Singh Technology Campus in Camden, New Jersey was featured on NBC10’s Growing Greater Philadelphia.
Watch this video to see the Digital Radiography Weld Inspection System at Holtec’s Advanced Manufacturing Division in action.
Watch this video to learn about Holtec’s Advanced Manufacturing Division’s Paint and Blast Booths.
Holtec’s Advanced Manufacturing Division’s Tanaka Laser is a laser cutting machine used to cut thick steel plates.
This video filmed at Holtec’s Advanced Manufacturing Division shows the PAMA VertiRam in action.
The large DAVI roller is used to transform a flat plate into a round cylindrical shape. Watch this video to see the process step-by-step.
At Holtec’s Advanced Manufacturing Division, the PAMA SpeedRam and PAMA VertiRam are equipped with several automatic head attachments to provide maximum flexibility and extended machining capabilities. Watch the video to see these machines in action.
On September 7, 2017, Holtec International opened its Technology Campus on the Delaware River at the foot of the Walt Whitman Bridge.
The SMR-160 small modular reactor is a next generation design prioritizing safety, simplicity, reliability and affordability to meet the world’s growing energy needs.
In this video, we take a close look at improvements to weld quality through the use of robotic welding.
This 60-second vignette from an upcoming episode of “Growing Greater Philadelphia” features Dr. Singh speaking about the impact Holtec is having on the Camden community.
Flyover view of the Holtec Technology Campus in April 2017.
Holtec’s new Davi ZA-40 Plate Roll makes quick work of 3”x96”x236” steel plate
On the afternoon of Wednesday, April 5, 2017, Holtec and the Eddy-Lea Energy Alliance were joined by congressional and community leaders, in the Rayburn House Office Building of Washington, DC, to announce Holtec’s site specific license application submittal of HI-STORE CIS to the NRC.
Flyover video of the Holtec Technology Campus as it nears completion.
Lee Laurendeau, Director of Manufacturing for Holtec International, describes hiring Camden County College students through their Corporate Training Institute.
A quarter scale model of the cask was subjected to three successive punishing drops in three discrete orientations.
The Holtec Technology Campus under construction in August 2016.
On August 11, a milestone was reached when the first weld arc was struck by a trainee in the Light Fabrication Shop training facility for new recruits at the Holtec Technology Campus.
Holtec International’s dry fuel storage canisters were featured in this iTV story about Sizewell B.
The Holtec Technology Campus under construction, filmed in March 2016.
Holtec International Senior Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer Pierre Oneid joins host Marty Cohn to talk about the work Holtec is doing for Vermont Yankee as well as plants all across the world as they look to move their spent fuel safely into dry cask storage.
Holtec International and inventor Krishna P. Singh, Ph.D.received an Edison Patent Award in the public safety category for “Systems and Methods for Storing Spent Nuclear Fuel” (U.S. Patent 8,625,732 B2).
Holtec International’s Manufacturing Division was featured on National Geographic’s “Shrink-Wrapped and Boxed Up.”
On August 28, 2013 Holtec International performed an ‘Aircraft Crash Test’ on a scaled model of a HI-STAR 180 transport/storage cask at the United States Army facility, Aberdeen Proving Ground, located in Aberdeen, Maryland. The test was a huge success; all of the body bolts in the containment boundary of the cask remained elastic and there was no breach of the containment boundary.
This video shows the process of taking the used fuel from the spent fuel pools, located inside the Diablo Canyon Power Plant’s fuel handling building and safely transporting it to the on-site dry storage facility.
Holtec International was featured on the Discovery Channel’s “How Its Made,” Season 9, Episode 11.
Time-lapse video of the construction of the Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania
Plea by Kris Singh (President and CEO of Holtec International) for help to create jobs for American workers in the nuclear power industry in a US Senate Subcommittee hearing.
Pierre Oneid, Holtec International’s senior vice president and chief nuclear officer, and SMR’s president, explains that small reactors need to be economical to compete with coal power and natural gas in the future.
Pierre Oneid, Holtec International’s senior vice president and chief nuclear officer, and SMR’s president, explains that small reactor designs will incorporate safety lessons learned from the Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear accidents.
Gov. Nikki Haley is getting together with leaders in the nuclear industry to talk about how small nuclear reactors can bring jobs to South Carolina.