- Ōma Nuclear Power Plant
Ōma Nuclear Power Plant Country Japan Location Ōma, Aomori Coordinates Coordinates: Construction began May 7, 2010 Commission date November 2014 (planned) Operator(s) Electric Power Development Company Reactor information Reactors under construction 1 x 1,383 MW Reactor type(s) boiling water reactor Power generation information Installed capacity 1383 MW As of 15 March 2011
The Ōma Nuclear Power Plant (大間原子力発電所 Ōma genshiryoku hatsudensho ) is a future nuclear plant in Ōma, Aomori currently undergoing preliminary ground work that will be operated by the Electric Power Development Company. The reactor will be unique in that it will be capable of using a 100% MOX fuel core, as requested by the 1995 decision by the Japanese Atomic Energy Commission.
Reactors on site
- Type: ABWR
- Begin of operation: November 2014 (planned)
- Electric Output: 1,383 MW
- Fuel: MOX fuel or U2O fuel
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