TEPCOTokyo Electric Power Co. (Japan)
TEPCOTechnical Porcelain and Chinaware Company (El Cerrito, CA)
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In the face of intensifying conditions within Japan's electricity industry, TEPCO has been working to turn renewable energy into one of its primary energy sources to increase the company's corporate value.
Concurrently, Moody's has withdrawn TEPCO's B1 issuer rating, in line with our practice on other speculative grade issuers.
During previous months, TEPCO, mostly due to the improvement in its financials, has been critically included in Japan's JPX-Nikkei 400 index despite several protests.
The cooperation agreement follows a November 2014 meeting between the CEA and Tepco. Both organizations concluded that mutual information exchange would contribute to the safe and stable decommissioning of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi plant, as well as sites in France for which the CEA is responsible.
In October 1993 Tepco signed a 25-year SPA to raise volumes to 4.3m t/y of LNG and 700,000 t/y of LPG.
None of the water, which was flowing into the basement of the reactor building, has leaked outside the building so far, TEPCO said.
1 plant have risen to 8 millisieverts per year, surpassing the government standard of 1 milliseviert per year, reports news site Asahi Shimbun citing Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO).
8 January 2014 - Dutch pension fund ABP announced the sale of its shareholding in Japanese electricity supplier Tokyo Electric Power Co (TYO:9501), or Tepco, as the latter had continuously failed to address certain concerns over safety and environment protection.
Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) Chairman Shunichi Tanaka addressed Tepco President Naomi Hirose at a meeting on Monday expressing serious concerns about the frequent problems occurring at the troubled reactor, ABC News reports.