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Hitachi Works

Serving Humanity Through "Tomorrow' s Energy"

The Hitachi Works was founded in 1930 with the goal of building technology in Japan. The Works has consistently demonstrated its pioneering spirit and has provided the world with many products through its sophisticated technologies, precision skills and cutting-edge facilities.
The Hitachi Works will continue to push the envelope in order to contribute to society through various products that enrich people's daily lives.

Area
434,000 square meters
International Certifications
ISO 9001 Quality Management System
ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

Main Products

Gas Turbines

H-25 Gas Turbine
H-100 Gas Turbine

Steam Turbines

Thermal Power Steam Turbine
Nuclear Power Steam Turbine

Generators

Thermal Power Turbine Generator

History

1910 Started machine manufacturing and repair business as an ancillary business of Hitachi Mine, Kuhara Mining Co., Ltd.
1912 Started product sales as Hitachi Seisakusho Kuhara Mining Co., Ltd.
1918 1,000kVA Steam Turbine Generator completed.
1920 Incorporated as Hitachi, Ltd. with ¥10 million paid-in capital.
1930 Kaigan Factory established.
1933 2.8MW Land Steam Turbine completed.
1945 Kaigan Factory destroyed.
1956 The Electrical Machinery Repair Shop at the time of the foundation was restored in site of Kaigan Factory and named as the "Initial Workshop".
1972 The first Nuclear Turbine (138.6MW) completed.
1988 The first H-25 Type Gas Turbine (25MW class) completed.
1993 Gas Turbine Research & Development Center completed.
1997 70MW Class Superconducting Generator completed.
2010 Celebrated its 100th year in business.
2011 Kaigan Factory damaged during Great East Japan Earthquake. (Declaration of full restoration made after two weeks.)
2014 Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd., a joint venture company formed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Hitachi, integrating thermal power generation systems and other related businesses, established. Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems' Hitachi Works was formed as a result.

Address

Address 1-1, Saiwai-cho 3-chome, Hitachi City, Ibaraki, 317-8585, Japan
Phone +81-294-55-0111
Directions Take the JR Joban Line to Hitachi Station. About 10 minutes' walk from Hitachi Station.