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Date 2018-12-28
Subject Visit by the Deputy Director-General of ITER
Content Seminar on ITER Construction Progress 기념 사진

Dr. Iske Tada, Deputy Director-General of ITER, and Dr. Jung Ki-jung, Director of Korean Projects, visited KEPCO E&C on December 27.

KEPCO E&C is participating in key areas such as construction management service and cable engineering support service in ITER, an international joint R&D project by seven member countries including Korea, United States, European Union, Japan, China, Russia, and India for the practical use of nuclear fusion energy.

Mentioning the current ITER construction status and future plan to reach the first plasma, Dr. Iske Tada met Jin Tae-eun, head of the Nuclear Division at KEPCO E&C, and encouraged KEPCO E&C to participate and support ITER projects more given its extensive experience in nuclear energy.

“We plan to dispatch more personnel with extensive experience in nuclear energy to ITER sites through the momentum established to carry out the ITER construction management service. We want to participate in the ITER Tokamak test operation,” Jin Tae-eun said.

KEPCO E&C plans to contribute to the nuclear fusion demonstration reactor to be constructed in Korea by participating in a series of projects in phases from design, construction, test operation, and O&M of  ITER.
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  • Date
    2018-12-28
    Subject
    Visit by the Deputy Director-General of ITER
    Content

    Seminar on ITER Construction Progress 기념 사진

    Dr. Iske Tada, Deputy Director-General of ITER, and Dr. Jung Ki-jung, Director of Korean Projects, visited KEPCO E&C on December 27.

    KEPCO E&C is participating in key areas such as construction management service and cable engineering support service in ITER, an international joint R&D project by seven member countries including Korea, United States, European Union, Japan, China, Russia, and India for the practical use of nuclear fusion energy.

    Mentioning the current ITER construction status and future plan to reach the first plasma, Dr. Iske Tada met Jin Tae-eun, head of the Nuclear Division at KEPCO E&C, and encouraged KEPCO E&C to participate and support ITER projects more given its extensive experience in nuclear energy.

    “We plan to dispatch more personnel with extensive experience in nuclear energy to ITER sites through the momentum established to carry out the ITER construction management service. We want to participate in the ITER Tokamak test operation,” Jin Tae-eun said.

    KEPCO E&C plans to contribute to the nuclear fusion demonstration reactor to be constructed in Korea by participating in a series of projects in phases from design, construction, test operation, and O&M of  ITER.

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