Read more about the article Mourning the Chernobyl Tragedy’s 33rd Anniversary, Ukraine Views the Rise of Central Spent Fuel Storage Facility as the Harbinger of a Robust Nuclear Future
Ukrainian dignitaries inspect CSFSF, Prime Minister Groysman to the right of Energoatom President Nedashkovsky (in yellow jacket)

Mourning the Chernobyl Tragedy’s 33rd Anniversary, Ukraine Views the Rise of Central Spent Fuel Storage Facility as the Harbinger of a Robust Nuclear Future

Ukraine’s Central Spent Fuel Storage Facility (CSFSF), world’s first, is being constructed only a few miles from the site of the Chernobyl accident. The CSFSF, designed for 100-year service life, will receive and store used fuel in a robust confinement system shipped from nine of Ukraine’s reactors.

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Final Confirmatory Functional Testing of Chernobyl’s Used Fuel Storage Facility Begins Today with Handover to the Owner Expected this Summer

We are pleased to announce the start of final system-wide trials for Chernobyl’s dry store facility today. These functional dry runs follow a long series of exhaustive tests of the individual systems, structures and components within the spent nuclear fuel processing and storage complex called ISF-2.

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Read more about the article Holtec to Team with BGV Group of Ukraine to Expand the Nation’s Mineral Extraction and Processing Infrastructure
From left to right: Dr. Kris Singh (Holtec) and Mr. Gennadii Butkevych (BGV)

Holtec to Team with BGV Group of Ukraine to Expand the Nation’s Mineral Extraction and Processing Infrastructure

The BGV Group of Ukraine and Holtec International are pleased to announce their decision to enter into a joint venture to develop Ukraine’s untapped mineral resources by building a range of mining, processing and manufacturing facilities to help accelerate the country’s industrialization. 

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The Holtec Advisory Council Meeting on SMR-160 Marked by Several Major Milestone Developments

The winter meeting of the Holtec Advisory Council for SMR-160 was attended by invited industry experts from several leading organizations, including Bruce Power, Energoatom (Ukraine), Entergy, Exelon Generation, Southern, Talen Energy, NEI, SNC-Lavalin, Mitsubishi Electric, and several major suppliers which constituted a robust review team encompassing virtually all aspects of the SMR-160 program.

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Read more about the article Ukraine’s National Energy Company, Energoatom, Reaches a Major Milestone Towards Implementing a Central Storage Facility for the Country’s Used VVER Fuel
Multi-Purpose Canister (MPC-31) qualified to store and transport 31 VVER-1000 fuel assemblies

Ukraine’s National Energy Company, Energoatom, Reaches a Major Milestone Towards Implementing a Central Storage Facility for the Country’s Used VVER Fuel

Representatives from Ukraine’s government, parliament, and various sectors of industry witnessed the culmination of a successful series of tests at the Rivne Nuclear Power Plant that validated the various critical functions of Holtec-supplied equipment.

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Read more about the article Holtec’s SMR 160 Poised to Help Meet Ukraine’s Carbon-Free Energy Generation Needs
Members of the National Investment Council, Ukrainian Government ministers and officials assemble for a group photo in front of the historic Mariinsky Palace.

Holtec’s SMR 160 Poised to Help Meet Ukraine’s Carbon-Free Energy Generation Needs

On May 25, 2018, President Petro Poroshenko chaired the first meeting of Ukraine’s National Investment Council. This select group of the country’s leading industrialists and bankers convened to discuss their plans and visions for accelerating Ukraine’s industrial growth.

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Energoatom and Holtec Sign Historic Memorandum to Build SMR-160 Plants in Ukraine

We are pleased to announce that Holtec International and NAEK Energoatom, Ukraine's national nuclear operator, have signed a Memorandum-of-Understanding that envisages Ukraine to adopt the SMR-160 technology to meet its projected needs for clean power in the latter half of the next decade.

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Read more about the article Reprising 2017: A Watershed Year for Holtec International
PSEG’s Sewaren 7 Combined Cycle Plant in Woodbridge, New Jersey

Reprising 2017: A Watershed Year for Holtec International

The year 2017 will be remembered as a momentous year for our Company; it is the year when our 50-acre technology campus consisting of two heavy manufacturing plants and a modern seven-story office building on the Delaware River waterfront in the city of Camden opened for business.

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Read more about the article Groundbreaking Ceremony to Construct Ukraine’s Central Storage Facility Highlights the Nation’s View of Nuclear as an Indispensable Clean Energy Source
Ceremonial shovels in the ground.

Groundbreaking Ceremony to Construct Ukraine’s Central Storage Facility Highlights the Nation’s View of Nuclear as an Indispensable Clean Energy Source

On November 9, 2017, Ukraine’s national nuclear operator, NAEK Energoatom, led by its perspicacious President, Yuri Nedashkovsky, hosted the groundbreaking ceremony for the site construction of the Central Spent Fuel Storage Facility.

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Read more about the article The HI-STAR 190 Universal Transport Cask Licensed by the USNRC and SNRIU (Ukraine)
HI-STAR 190 transport package without support saddles and personnel barrier

The HI-STAR 190 Universal Transport Cask Licensed by the USNRC and SNRIU (Ukraine)

We are pleased to report that HI-STAR 190, designed with the lofty goal to transport used nuclear fuel produced by any commercial reactor, has received its initial certification from the USNRC and the Ukrainian regulator, SNRIU.

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