100 million Yen
The KANSAI Electric Power Co.,Inc・・・56％
Nuclear Fuel Industries,Ltd・・・ 44％
264(at the end of March 2021)
Standing Corporate Auditor
1-3-7 Tosabori, Nishi-ku, Osaka City 550-0001,Japan
TEL 06-6446-1141 FAX 06-6446-1218
3-9-6 Saiwaicho, Naniwa-ku, Osaka City 556-0021,Japan
TEL 06-6568-5410 FAX 06-6568-5430
13-2-1 Goichi, Mihama-Cho, Mikata-Gun, Fukui Prefecture
TEL 0770-32-3150 FAX 0770-32-3152
●Wakasa office hongo Branch Office
119 Hongo, Oi-cho,Oi-gun, Fukui Prefecture
TEL 0770-77-1563 FAX 0770-77-1564
c/o Kansai Electric Mihama NPP.66-5 Niu, Mihama-Cho, Mikata-Gun, Fukui Prefecture 919-1201,Japan
TEL 0770-39-1902 FAX 0770-39-0174
c/o Kansai Electric Takahama NPP, 1 Tanoura Takahama-Cho, Ohi-Gun, Fukui Prefecture 919-2362,Japan
TEL 0770-76-1835 FAX 0770-76-1836
c/o Kansai Electric Ohi NPP,1-1 Aza-yoshimi, 1 Ohshima，Ohi-Gun, Fukui Prefecture 919-2101,Japan
TEL 0770-77-2436 FAX 0770-77-2437
●Shimane Branch Office
654-1 Kashimacho Kataku, Matsue, Shimane Prefecture 690-0393,Japan
We will make contributions to the society through outstanding technologies and innovation in the energy supply field.
- ①Aiming at providing consistent and comprehensive engineering services from construction to decommissioning of nuclear power plants.
- ②Aiming at maintenance and improvement of the world-level excellent techniques by exploiting and utilizing overseas technologies and promoting R&D.
- ③Making a consistent effort to continuously improve the quality management system to enhance customer satisfaction.
- ④Making the most of quality and the talents of individual employees while encouraging self-enlightenment.
- ⑤Complying with laws and internal rules to maintain advanced corporate ethics and build reliable corporate culture.
- ⑥Assuring appropriate profits and strengthening the financial base for permanent development.
|1985||Established by Nuclear Fuel Industries, Inc. and then Japan Information Services, Co., Ltd. (The Japan Research Institute, Ltd.).
Started business operations mainly in the fields of fuel/core-related services, domestic/overseas information services and development of analysis tools and software.
|1989||Kansai Electric Power Company participated in capital investment.
Established Wakasa Office and started routine core management work.
|1991||Entered into full-scale operations of design of reload core and core physics test.|
|1992||Delivered Operating Condition Monitoring System (OPMS).|
|1993||Started integrated management of reload core design.|
|1994||Commenced services for periodic inspection of steam generator tubes.|
|1997||Commenced services of fuel/non-fuel bearing components inspection.|
|1998||Entered into technical cooperation agreement with Westinghouse.
Started development of probabilistic risk assessment models.
|2000||Commenced operation of Radioactive Waste Management System.
Commenced full-scale support for ageing management technical evaluation for aged plants.
|2001||Acquired permission for the designated constructor (installation of mechanical devices).|
|2002||Acquired ISO9001 qualification.
Acquired qualification of Tough Joint resin application technique from JAPEIC and started application of Tough Joint for prevention of leakage.
|2003||Acquired qualification of X-probe for SG tube inspection from JAPEIC.|
|2004||Acquired qualification of RVH nozzle inspection technique from JAPEIC and implemented inspection (~2007).|
|2005||Implemented reactor vessel in-service inspection (~2006).
Commenced support services for secondary system piping wall thickness management.
Stocks were shared between Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc. and Nuclear Fuel Industries, Inc.
|2006||Delivered full-scope simulators for operator training.
Delivered on-line core monitoring system (GARDEL).
|2007||Commenced advanced plant maintenance work.
Developed unique smart array probes for SG tube inspection and manufactured probes at a domestic shop.
Renewed memorandum for technical cooperation with Westinghouse.
|2008||Acquired general construction license (piping work and telecommunications work).
Began selling of risk monitoring system (COSMOS).
Introduced advanced flaw detection system for SG tube inspection.
|2009||Established Innovative Center as the base of R&D.
Started contract work for operator’s inspection on welding.
|2010||Entered into technical cooperation agreement with Tecnatom, Spain.|
|2012||Delivered multi-physics reactor simulators for universities.|
|2013||Commenced full-scale support service for nuclear operators to meet new regulatory requirements (Support for application of approval of design and construction of nuclear power plants, seismic analysis, structural analysis, licensing PRA, safety improvement review, fire and flooding maintenance management, etc.)|
|2015||Began selling of simulator for educational purpose (GRAPE).|
|2016||Donated simplified reactor simulator for educational purpose to the IAEA.|
|2017||Dispatched our resident researcher to EPRI (North Carolina, the United States).|
|2020||Applied SG secondary system cleaning technique (ASCA).|
Acquired ISO qualification.
Nuclear Engineering Limited has acquired ISO9001.
Qualification “ISO9001” granted by International Organization for Standardization
All business divisions
Location of headquarters
1-3-7 Tosabori, Nishi-ku, Osaka-city
Quality Management, General Affairs Department
Date of ISO registration
May 10, 2002
Organization for accreditation
Scope of registration
Investigation, design & development, test & inspection, analysis,
assessment, project planning, installation and maintenance for
nuclear and other affiliated facilities
Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR)Charter
We are committed to the fulfillment of corporate social responsibility through all the aspects of our business activities conducted under the principles below :Kansai Electric Power
Group Code of Conduct
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