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Fukushima Daiichi Decontamination & Decommissioning Engineering Company

Fukushima Daiichi Decontamination & Decommissioning Engineering Company was established in April 2014 in order to clearly define the responsibilities and authorities for decommissioning and measures against contaminated water, to accelerate decision-making, and to implement similar decommissioning tasks.
Following that, work related to measures against contaminated water and decommissioning progressed, with its organizational structure being revised in November 2017 due to the significant changes in the business environment of TEPCO.

Organizational Overview

Fukushima Daiichi Decontamination & Decommissioning Engineering Company was established in April 2014 in order to clearly define the responsibilities and authorities for decommissioning and measures against contaminated water, to accelerate decision-making, and to implement similar decommissioning tasks.
Following that, work related to measures against contaminated water and decommissioning progressed, with its organizational structure being revised in November 2017 due to the severe changes in the business environment of TEPCO.

The Appointment of Vice Presidents (VP)

We invited four Vice Presidents (VP) from outside the company to utilize their rich experience in the nuclear power industry and to collect and share manufacturer's technology and knowledge. In addition, we also appointed VPs from within the company to oversee the site, continue to coordinate with the government, and lead our efforts.

Naoto Moroo, The Japan Atomic Power Company

Years of experience in nuclear power plant maintenance and operation and extensive knowledge regarding the decommissioning of reactors. In charge of waste countermeasures, safe maintenance of Units 5 and 6, as well as radiation and chemical management.

Shigemitsu Suzuki, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

An expert in nuclear fuel and waste. In charge of cooling, PCV inspection, debris removal, projects targeting waste, as well as instruction and supervision focusing on plant traversal facilities.

Takuji Takayama, Toshiba

Over 25 years of experience in work related to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. In charge of the removal of pool fuel, projects to improve the decontamination infrastructure of the site, as well as instruction and supervision focusing on Units 2 and 3.

Hiroshi Arima, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy

Comprehensive troubleshooting and maintenance work at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. In charge of contaminated water countermeasure projects, as well as instruction and supervision focusing on Units 1 and 4.

Katsumi Ogawara, Internal appointment

Support for the President's managerial decisions from administration's point of view.

Tomohiko Isogai, Internal appointment

Instruction of on-site work as the director of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.

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