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Energy

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction owns core technologies and ongoing performance with the three core components of the power generation business - boilers, turbines and generators. Doosan is also making substantial inroads into the eco-friendly power generation business including wind power, ESS (Energy Storage System) and microgrid.

Nuclear Power

Nuclear Power

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction is writing the history of nuclear power development in Korea.

We have supplied the major equipment to numerous nuclear power plants in Korea (23 in total), beginning with Hanbit nuclear power plants units 1 and 2. We have also supplied main equipment for total 12 units of the OPR1000, beginning with Hanbit nuclear power plants units 3 and 4, by participating in the development of the first domestic model, OPR1000. Furthermore, we have successfully localized the nuclear power plant by developing a design/manufacturing technology for Reactor Coolant Pumps (RCP) and Instrumentation and Control (I&C) System in 2012, and beginning with Shin Hanul nuclear power plant units 1 and 2, we completely localized the entire equipment of APR1400, which is the next generation of the OPR1000, from design to manufacturing.

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction is now taking the lead in exporting to the global nuclear power plant market based on its outstanding technological accomplishment.

We have been recognized globally for its technology and quality after supplying the Replacement Steam Generator (RSG) for Sequoyah in the U.S., and the AP1000® Reactor Vessel (RV) and Steam Generator (SG) to China and U.S., beginning with the contract to supply steam generators for the Qinshan Phase III nuclear power plant units 1 and 2 in China in 1997. We participated in the Barakah nuclear power plant units 1,2,3 & 4, which were first exported with the APR1400, as a member of Team Korea in 2010.
We have also earned recognition for its technological excellence among overseas customers by supplying all major equipment “on time and within budget”. The APR1400 is considered the most cost-effective nuclear power plant model. We plan to provide safe and reliable maintenance services by signing a Maintenance Service Agreement (MSA) for the Barakah nuclear power plants, based on its equipment supplying know-how.

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction aims to be the best in the world while refusing to become complacent about its current success.

We are speeding up the development of technology related to spent fuel transportation and storage casks and nuclear facility decommissioning, and are expanding the scope of its participation to the service market at home and abroad. We have also announced strategic cooperation in supplying the main equipment for America’s first small modular reactor. Thus, we are constantly developing technology and diversifying its business areas in a bid to become a global leader in the nuclear power plant market, and actively supports local supplier recruitment and technology transfer in order to strengthen the nuclear power industry of any country that introduces a nuclear power plant.

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Brand Cues

Brand Cues

Brand cues stand for all the methods of expression that Doosan employs to deliver its brand, including its logo, corporate identity, slogans, and communication activities.

Global Performances

Global Performances

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction plays a significant role in driving the nation's economic development by supplying casting and forging products for industrial facilities, power generation facilities for nuclear and thermal plants, desalination plants as well as material handling systems to domestic and global plant markets.

Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction strives to become a company respected by communities through a blueprint that can enhance community competitiveness while establishing Doosan’s social contribution identity that instills pride in Doosan people.

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