Annual cost from the current 80 billion yen due to the most difficult nuclear fuel removal operations to 300 billion yen or so
According to Japan's Kyodo News Agency on November 30 revealed that the latest estimates of the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima first nuclear power plant reactor scrap costs of 8.2 trillion yen (about 501 billion yuan), compared with the previous idea of about 2 Trillion yen increased by about 3 times. Compensation and decontamination charges have increased, the total amount of accident handling fee increased to 22.6 trillion yen. In order to avoid the huge cost burden caused by the East power crisis, the Japanese government will explore the "reactor scrapped to accelerate the" in the name of the new billions of dollars in electricity each year to support the East. As the construction method of removing the molten nuclear fuel polymer has not yet been finalized, it is difficult to estimate the reactor scrap rate. Earlier comments indicated that it would increase the trillions of yen. The prerequisite for estimates by the province is: the annual cost from the current 80 billion yen due to the most difficult to remove the nuclear fuel operations to 300 billion yen or so, the operating time takes 30 years. The compensation costs increased from the expected 5.4 trillion yen by nearly 3 trillion yen to 8 trillion yen. The current costs borne by the East and other power giants, but in the future to be asked the new power companies also bear part of the increase in costs. Originally estimated for decontamination and transitional storage facilities construction, operating costs were 2.5 trillion yen and 1.1 trillion yen, respectively, but the total estimate increased to 6.4 trillion yen. Reactor scrap costs originally planned by the East Electric in principle, the full burden, but in view of the huge amount, the Japanese government that a company alone is difficult to bear, and intend to pay the same costs, joined the power and power giant power transmission and distribution charges (transmission and distribution Price), the requirements of the new power companies to bear. Prior to the proposal put forward only to the East power supply area of the transmission and distribution price, but the government hopes to accelerate the reactor to retire as a whole national issues and seek understanding. Other power giants and new power companies participating in electricity retailing will also be the target of household spending or growing. Removal of nuclear fuel polymer operations scheduled to start in 2021, the reactor will be a substantial increase in scrap costs. The government is discussing the mechanism for creating a provident fund system and managing scrap costs from "support agencies such as atomic damages and reactor scrapping."