The Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc. is now executing the tasks of the Project Management Office for the “Project of Decommissioning and Contaminated Water Management” on behalf of the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy.
In this release, we are pleased to announce that we are preparing for solicitation of subsidized entities to implement “Project of Decommissioning and Contaminated Water Management.” Detailed information is going to be released on our website at time of the commencement of solicitation.
1. Purpose of Project
In this project, the projects which will support development of technologies contributing to decommissioning and contaminated water management of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station of Tokyo Electric Power Company will be conducted, so that the decommissioning and contaminated water management of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station can be implemented smoothly; and that the level of science and technology in Japan can be enhanced.
2.Subjects of Solicitation (tentative)
I. Development of Property Assessment/Analytical Technologies of Fuel Debris
II. Advancement of Retrieval Method/System of Fuel Debris/Internal Structures
III.Advancement of Fundamental Technologies for Retrieval of Fuel Debris/Internal Structures
IV. Development of Sampling Technologies for Retrieving Fuel Debris/Internal Structures
V. Development of Storage/Transportation/Repository Technologies of Fuel Debris
VI. Research and Development of Disposal/Repository of Solid Waste
Late February to Early March 2017 : Commencement of Solicitation
Early to Middle of March 2017 : Information session
Venue: to be determined
Late March 2017 : Deadline of Solicitation & Evaluation
Detailed information on and application to the information session shall be released on our website at time of the commencement of solicitation.
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