The Nuclear Waste Partnership, LLC, following a rigorous procurement process, has established a supply contract with Holtec Government Services, a Holtec International subsidiary, for fabrication, testing and delivery of twelve HalfPACT Type B transportation containers for shipment of transuranic waste to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad, New Mexico. NFT-EPD, an experienced Carlsbad-based manufacturer, is the named subcontractor to Holtec Government Services on this project.
Holtec’s U.S. manufacturing facilities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio are gearing up for increased production rates of Holtec’s fleet of HI-STAR Casks upon receipt of recent regulatory approvals and new orders in Europe.
The winning HI-STAR 100MB cask also completes Holtec’s fleet of transport casks for relocation of used fuel from decentralized storage facilities to the HI-STORE Central Interim Storage (CIS) Facility.
We are pleased to welcome Brazil’s Angra 1 & 2 and Spain’s Cofrentes nuclear power plants to our ranks of international clients who have selected Holtec’s technology through rigorous international tendering processes.
We are pleased to announce the award of a contract by Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company (SKB) for the design, licensing and supply of an IAEA Type B Transport Cask for operational and decommissioning waste.
We are pleased to announce the first HI-STORMs have been loaded and placed on the ISFSI at ANAV’s Ascó Nuclear Power Plant in Tarragona, Spain.
We are pleased to announce that loading of MPC number 500 recently occurred and quickly receded into history as Hatch, Browns Ferry, Farley, DC Cook, and Salem continued their loading campaigns.
Holtec International is pleased to announce the signing of a contract with Ukraine’s government owned nuclear utility, “ENERGOATOM”, to establish a state-of-the-art central storage facility for the used nuclear fuel produced by the country’s VVER reactors.
We are pleased to announce that Energoatom, Ukraine’s National Atomic Energy Generating Company, has selected Holtec International to build the country’s Central Spent Fuel Storage Facility for long-term dry storage of the commercial spent fuel produced by its fleet of VVER reactors.