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Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc (9501.T)

9501.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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22 Mar 2017
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Tokyo Electric Power Co and Chubu Electric Power agree to fossil-fuel power integration-Nikkei
Thursday, 2 Mar 2017 02:42pm EST 

Nikkei :Tokyo Electric Power Co and Chubu Electric Power to fully consolidate fossil-fuel power businesses to shore up earnings through economies of scale.  Full Article

Cameco CEO says may review uranium production levels
Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017 10:35am EST 

Cameco Corp CEO Tim Gitzel, speaking at an investor conference in Florida: Said Cameco could review uranium inventory, production and purchasing this year after a major customer cancelled contract Further company coverage: (Reporting By Rod Nickel) ((rod.nickel@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

R&I affirms Tokyo Electric Power's rating at "BBB" and announces stable outlook – R&I
Wednesday, 1 Feb 2017 01:32am EST 

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc <9501.T>: Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "BBB" – R&I .Rating outlook stable– R&I.  Full Article

Plan to remove spent nuclear fuel from Fukushima Daiichi power plant delayed- Nikkei
Wednesday, 25 Jan 2017 04:37pm EST 

Nikkei: Plan to remove spent nuclear fuel from Fukushima Daiichi power plant hit by march 2011 tsunami postponed again due to delays in preparation .Timeline changed as it is taking longer than expected to decontaminate buildings & clean up Debris; Work is now set to begin in fiscal 2018 at earliest.  Full Article

Tokyo Electric Power to remain under government control for at least three more years- Nikkei
Thursday, 12 Jan 2017 03:03pm EST 

Nikkei:Tokyo Electric Power Co Holdings will likely remain under government control for at least three more years.  Full Article

Japan's estimate of total compensation for Fukushima nuclear disaster will nearly double to 21.5 trln Yen - Nikkei
Thursday, 8 Dec 2016 12:22pm EST 

Nikkei: Japan's estimate of compensation for victims of Fukushima nuclear disaster, scrapping of plant's reactors will nearly double to 21.5 trillion Yen - Nikkei . Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will peg compensation costs at 7.9 trillion Yen, up from 5.4 trillion yen - Nikkei .Fukushima Daiichi operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings will revise its turnaround plan in the spring to reflect the new projection - Nikkei.  Full Article

Tokyo Electric Power seen to pursue partnerships with peers - Nikkei
Monday, 5 Dec 2016 12:28pm EST 

Nikkei: Tokyo Electric Power Co expected to pursue partnerships,consolidation with peers on electricity distribution,nuclear power under rehabilitation plan-Nikkei .Tokyo Electric Power Co already has sought a partner in thermal power, fuel business, resulting in an alliance with Chubu Electric Power - Nikkei.  Full Article

No irregularities at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant after quake-Kyodo
Monday, 21 Nov 2016 04:10pm EST 

: Tohoku Electric says no abnormality found at its Onagawa nuclear power plant after Japan earthquake . No irregularities at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant after Japan quake-Kyodo . No irregularities at Tokai Daini nuclear plant-Kyodo Further coverage: [nL4N1DM4SN] (Reporting By Chris Gallagher) ((chris.gallagher@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Tokyo Electric Power Co's unit parnters with Energy Pool Developpement - Nikkei
Monday, 14 Nov 2016 05:09pm EST 

Nikkei: Tokyo Electric Power Co's unit is partnering with Energy Pool Developpement, unit of Schneider Electric -Nikkei .Under partnership with Schneider's unit, participating plants will be financially compensated by Tepco for costs connected to production cuts - Nikkei.  Full Article

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Japan's Tepco seeks peers' help in bid to restart nuke plant

TOKYO Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) plans to seek the cooperation of domestic nuclear operators to improve the safety of its Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear plant in an attempt to restart it and help meet the costs of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.