Ignalina/Alzenau, 13th October 2017. After Lithuania’s Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) was granted industrial operation license for the Interim Spent Fuel Storage Facility (ISFSF) – B1, in April 2017, as well the successful start of the B2-project, Solid Waste Retrieval Facility (SWRF) in June 2017, the next major decommissioning milestone for Lithuania has been achieved.

Ignalina/Alzenau, 9th June 2017. After Lithuania’s Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) was granted industrial operation license for the Interim Spent Fuel Storage Facility (ISFSF) – B1, in April 2017, the next major decommissioning milestone for Lithuania has been achieved.

Ignalina/Essen/Alzenau, 18th October 2016. On 14th October 2016, the Ignalina NPP Interim Spent Fuel Storage Facility (ISFSF) in Lithuania was officially inaugurated by placing the first spent fuel cask for storage.

Essen/Alzenau, 22 September 2016. On 20 September 2016, the Nuclear Safety Inspectorate of Lithuania (VATESI) granted an operating license for the interim storage facility for spent fuel (ISFSF) at the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant. This operating licence is a major step towards the decommissioning of Ignalina NPP.

Alzenau, 15 January 2016. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries of Japan have awarded a contract of four Feasibility Studies to NUKEM Technologies (NUKEM). The Studies are part of a National R&D Project, which the Japanese Government launched in order to develop suitable technologies for the dismantling of the damaged reactors in Fukushima. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will be a major contractor to perform the execution works on the Fukushima site.