The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Incorporated (TEPCO) has established its
"Fiscal 2010 Business Management Plan."
In FY 2009, TEPCO restarted the commercial operation of Units 6 and 7 of
the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Station and has tackled urgent cost
reduction. As a result, we expect that, in FY 2009, TEPCO will move into
the black for the first time in recent three years. In the sense, TEPCO
is close to the breakthrough of the crisis after the Chuetsu-Oki
earthquake, but still we have uncertain elements to worry about surrounding
the TEPCO group, such as the delay of recovery from electricity demand,
fluctuations of fuel costs and movements toward the prevention of global
warming, in addition to the risk factors in the restoration process of the
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Station.
Based on this situation, the Plan the TEPCO group has established this time
includes two parts: one is the effort to be tackled mainly in FY2010 as
mop-up activities for the breakthrough of the crisis the group has been
facing, and the other is the effort to be tackled in next three years of
FY2010 to FY2012 towards the growth and development after the breakthrough
of the crisis, with the consideration of new Management Vision which will
be announced in the near future.
Main points of the Plan are as follows;
[I. At the Final Stage of the Breakthrough of the Crisis](PDF 16.8KB)
1. Efforts for the Establishment of Nuclear Power Stations Resistant
2. Efforts to Secure Stable Electricity Supply
3. Continuous Efforts to Reduce Costs
[II. Towards Growth and Development after the Breakthrough of the Crisis](PDF 763KB)
1. Efforts to Realize a Low-Carbon Society from Supply Side
- Low-Carbonization of Energy Sources -
2. Approaches to Realize a Low-Carbon Society from Demand Side
- Promoting "Totally Electrified Houses"
Leading to a Low-Carbon Society -
3. Development of New Business and Overseas Business
[III. Towards Much Stronger Management Bases](PDF 11.3KB)
[IV. Outline of Electricity Supply Plans](PDF 130KB)
1. Outlook for Electric Power Demand
2. Power Generation Facility Plan
Please note that the above purports to be an accurate and complete translation of
the original Japanese version prepared for the convenience of our English-speaking
audience. However, in the case of any discrepancy between the translation and the
Japanese original, the latter shall prevail.