Acceptance of Relief Supplies (packaged Power Station) from the Republic of Korea
March 28, 2011
- In response to the Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake, four packaged Power Stations made by the Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. of Korea, are scheduled to arrive as relief supplies from the government of the Republic of Korea at the Port of Yokohama on Tuesday, March 29. Each of the packaged Power Stations is capable of generating 1.4 MW.
- Hyundai Heavy Industries and the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) made close coordination through the governments of both Japan and Korea for the acceptance of the packaged Power Stations. The packaged Power Stations will be used in power plants within the jurisdiction of TEPCO.
- From the government of the ROK, H.E. Mr. Lee Myung-bak, President, and H.E. Mr. Kim Sung-hwan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, H.E. Mr. Choi Joong-kyung, Minister of Knowledge Economy and others expressed their condolences and sympathy and sent messages that the government and the people of the ROK will offer their utmost cooperation to Japan. The Government of Japan deeply appreciates the cooperation of the Government of the ROK.
- (*This is a provisional translation. The above date denotes the date of the issue of the original press release in Japanese.)
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