The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Incorporated (TEPCO) has established its
"Fiscal 2008 Business Management Plan" that organizes challenges and targets
to be intensively addressed for the next three years.
Although we are steadily working for checkout and recovery of equipment,
the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Station has been out of operation since
the Niigata-ken Chuetsu-Oki Earthquake on July 16 of last year. In addition,
fuel costs are sky-rocketing and the business environment surrounding TEPCO
is the severest in its history.
The Plan, based on this situation, consists of mainly two components, which
are "the most important plans to overcome business challenges confronting TEPCO,"
and "the plans to establish a new TEPCO Group having much stronger business
Main points of the Plan are as follows:
[I. The Most Important Plans to Overcome Business Challenges Confronting TEPCO](PDF 117KB)
1. Establishment of Much Safer and Securer Nuclear Power Stations Resistant to Disaster
2. Efforts to Secure Stable Electricity Supply
3. Thorough Execution of Cost Reduction
[II. The Plans to Establish a New TEPCO Group Having Much Stronger Business Structure](PDF 122KB)
1. Win the Trust of Society
2. Compete and Succeed
3. Foster People and Technologies
[III. Outline of Electricity Supply Plans](PDF 171KB)
1. Outlook for Electric Power Demand
2. Power Generation Facility Plan